QuickDerm QuickFix (By Chloe)

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When your skin is already flawless it is quite difficult to review equine skincare products, but alas I am only a horse, and there is the occasional issue that pops up here and there. In fact, for purposes of this review, Andrea would use the QuickDerm Wound Technology on me whenever anything remotely looked like it could be a skin issue.

I didn’t receive QuickDerm until end of summer and so I couldn’t fully test it on my pesky scratches that strike my legs every spring, but I look forward to keeping a bottle handy in 2019 for that purpose. There were a few times early fall I was able to use it for some early signs of the reappearance of the scratches on my back legs, particularly after heavy rains, and the QuickDerm seemed to head off anything more serious from forming. Andrea would clean my legs with soap, towel dry them and then spray the scabs with the QuickDerm bottle spray.

There was also a time when there was a 2 inch cut on my right cannon bone. I like to tell others it was from a barn fight but really I just nicked myself stomping at a fly. After cleaning the cut, Andrea applied the QuickDerm (this time from the tube for easier application) and some AluShield Aerosol to help keep the flies away from the area. After the 3rd application (over 3 different days) the wound was pretty much healed and eventually the hair grew back just fine. Phew! Modeling crisis avoided.

There also was a time Andrea used the QuickDerm tube on the area under my front underarms. Andrea thought it was rain rot but since I would never be seen in public with rain rot, we decided that it was just Andrea’s failure to properly clean me after a sweaty lesson. After two rounds of the QuickDerm and better rinsing after riding on Andrea’s part, the two infected spots near that tender area were gone.

QuickDerm is strong enough to use just once per day. As mentioned, it comes in two different applicators: a tube (which has 200 applications) and a spray bottle (which has 300 applications). It has a bit more thickness to it than other similar skin and wound ointments, which was nice because you do not end up wasting a bunch of product due to it coming out too quickly. I appreciated having both the tube and the spray bottle. When Chloe does get scratches, they pop up all over her legs overnight. The spray makes it easier to soak the entire area. The tube applicator let me get smaller areas, like Chloe’s cut, with more precision. It also fits great in the tack trunk for shows and other traveling.

There are no steroids or antibiotics in QuickDerm, so there is no worry with competition testing. The active ingredients in QuickDerm are the naturally occurring ions Potassium, Rubidium, Calcium and Zinc. These natural occurring ions have been shown to regulate protease imbalance and stimulate the body’s natural healing defense. To see a list of other ingredients please click here. Typical uses of QuickDerm are: Proud Flesh, Scratches, Rain Rot, Burns, Cuts, Lacerations, Cracked Heels, Quarter Cracks, Sarcoids, Wire Cuts and so forth. Barn Bonus: QuickDerm can also be used on your barn cats and dogs on all of their skincare and wound needs!

Thanks QuickDerm for keeping a girl’s coat and skin looking good!

 

 

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