Herbal Skin Healing Spray for Horses

Natural herbal-recipe skin spray suitable for horses and ponies

Natural ancient herbs  promote healing.

Helps heal minor cuts, lacerations,

abrasions and skin irritations.


Natural herbal-recipe skin spray suitable for horses and ponies



• Herbal formula helps skin heal naturally

• Non-toxic if ingested or inhaled during application

• Sprays onto skin easily – ideal for hard to reach areas

• Allows touch-free treatment for sensitive areas

• For external use on horses of all types and ages

• Safe for use with pregnant or nursing mares and their foals

• No steroids – no alcohol – will not sting


Oasis Herbal Skin Healing Spray is Ideal for use when contact with a wound may produce defensive reaction... simply spray on from a safe distance!

This spray is suitable for use on minor cuts, lacerations, abrasions, burns, skin irritations and bites. Useful when used for allergies and dermatitis. Also effective when used on muck-itch, summer itch, rain rot, mud fever, scratches and surface ear plaque.

A human liquid treatment such as first aid sprays, mercurochrome or merthiolate should never be used on a horse. Drying sprays (such as those containing gentian violet that are used on cattle), should be avoided on horses since they promote skin-edge drying and can cause horses to create more scar tissue. All species react to treatment elements differently – so what might be safe for use on a human or other species can in theory be the wrong choice for use on a horse.


Oasis Herbal Skin Healing Spray is suitable for all minor surface injuries, suture sites upon veterinarian approval, and older healing areas that are scabbed over. This spray is safe to use careful application on the face.

Oasis Herbal Skin Healing Spray for Horses is effective when used on dry-to-semi-moist skin dermatitis conditions such as girth itch, summer itch and salt scald (the dry flaking skin across a horses back caused by over exposure to heat and sweat.) This spray is also helpful for cases of sunburn on the face at or around the eyes and muzzle area. Apply on the inner surface of ears for irritating crusty fly bites or the occurrence of those flat, round itchy areas known a s ear-plaque.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Clean the affected area as best you can. Spray is usually the better option  to use in place of cream in areas that are hard to clean or cannot be shaved so that cream can reach he skin.  This spray allows the healing herbs to penetrate the hair and reach the skin in need of treatment. Apply Herbal Skin Healing Spray as often as necessary, keeping the healing skin coated during the healing process. This spray is foal-safe: in case of nursing mothers, foals may come into contact with the sprayed areas during nursing – this is normal and harmless.

For mud-fever: remove horse for muddy area, and hose legs clean with clear water.  After allowing the lower legs to dry, apply spray onto all hairless areas until thoroughly wet and up into the hair for at least 1 inch.

For the condition known as "scratches”: this is the condition where the skin cracks and opens across the back of the pastern and fetlock.  If horse is in muddy conditions, follow treatment above for mud-fever. If condition occurs in dry conditions, soften the crusty area by wrapping with a towel soaked in warm water for several minutes, and allow area to air-dry. Follow with an application of the spray. This treatment procedure will also work well for cracked heals. 

Over-reach and interference injuries to the heels: apply spray as soon as injury is noticed and any bleeding has stopped.  Use two to three times daily until completely healed.

Rain-rot treatment: spray all areas where hair loss is evident on face, neck, shoulders, back and legs.  Work the spray up into the remaining hair for 1 inch by spraying up against the growth direction of the hair using a massaging circular motion. Apply spray twice daily and continue application until a 1/8” long fuzz of new hair growth is evident on the entire area.

Suitable for external use on horses, ponies, mules, donkeys and other livestock.


Water, Comfrey leaf and root, Echinacea Angustifolia root, St. Johns Wort, Calendula, Yarrow, Dang Gui, Citronella, and potassium sorbate. Also contains filtered water and EtOH.

This product is not a medication and is not intended to replace medications or instructions issued by a certified veterinarian.

WARNINGS: For external use only. For animal use only. Do not use on deep wounds or serious burns. If redness, irritation, or swelling occurs or persists, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian


Keep tightly capped.

Store in a cool, dry place…. Avoid excessive heat.

Not intended for human use or consumption… however contact with human skin during application is safe.


Item No. 86317  - HERBAL SKIN HEALING SPRAY for Horses - 8 ounce bottle – (256 mL)