Ranvet White Healer Antiseptic Cream
Astringent, Anti-bacterial & anti-fungal cream for horses.
Suitable for: treatment of superficial skin wounds and infections in horses
Ranvet White Healer is a broad spectrum antifungal, antibacterial, astringent cream suitable for the treatment of a wide variety of fungal and bacterial skin conditions as well as first aid for wounds and abrasions. The zinc based cream is non toxic and helps to protect wounds while they heal.
- Powerful anti-bacterial and antifungal activity.
- Strong astringent and germicidal action.
- Safe, effective and easy first aid for all skin damage and infections.
- No added pharmaceutical drugs.
- Smooth, easy to apply zinc cream base.
- All natural ingredients.
- Protects a wide variety of wounds and abrasions.
- Controls infection of skin wounds.
- Controls fungal skin infections.
- Protects skin wounds whilst simultaneously encouraging healing.
- For use on a wide variety of skin ailments including minor skin wounds, rope burns, greasy heel, rain scald, mud fever and skin irritations associated with girth galls and cracked heels.
- Able to be used in conjunction with Ranvet Dermaguard Wash to control fungal infections in horses and camels.
Directions For Use
Clean dirt or dried discharge from the area of application. Apply Ranvet White Healer liberally to the affected area once or twice daily until the condition is resolved.
Nil Meat Withholding Period.
A world leader in equine nutrition, Ranvet was founded over half a century ago by the late Dr Percy Sykes, AM, MRCVS, MACVSc, a highly respected veterinary surgeon who worked for many years with legendary trainers such as Tommy Smith and Bart Cummings.
Ranvet was founded in response to the observations Dr Sykes made about horses being trained in an unnatural environment, fed very high carbohydrate diets and subjected to extended periods of physical and mental stress. Ranvet now produce an extensive range of supplements and medications for horses internationally that are based on continual research and development.