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Dermal Skin & Allergy


Helps Maintain Normal Histamine Levels

Ovvet Dermal Support is a potent formula that can be helpful in horses with skin or respiratory sensitivities. This formula works by helping to maintain a healthy immune system and providing ingredients like Omega 3 and beta glucans all help to support skin and immune health.

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Dermal Skin & Allergy is scientifically formulated to support a healthy skin and coat. The horse’s skin may occasionally be affected by parasites, fungus, pathogenic microbes, sweet itch, allergens and metabolic imbalances. Dermal Skin & Allergy is a scientifically formulated Functional Food designed to support skin health and immune system health at all times.
Carefully selected natural ingredients within Dermal Skin & Allergy support cellular immune health within the skin and whole body, and supports tissue anti-oxidant activity. Scientific research shows that these ingredients are associated with improved skin condition and a healthy coat.

Additional Information


• Golden Flaxseed- ALA (beneficial fatty acid)
• Laltide® – Proprietary yeast source of nucleotides, peptides and amino acids
• Levucell – Saccharomyces cerevisiae
• Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA+ DHA (from fish oil)
• Ganoderma lucidum
• Freeze Dried Melon rich in SOD and Catalase
• Vitamin D2


Crude Protein 26%
Total Fat 10%
Crude Fibre 5%
Ash 3%
Moisture 6%
Carbohydrates 31%

Feeding Instructions:

One scoop (10g) mixed into the feed (not hay), add water and ideally allow to soak for 30 minutes before feeding. Dry feeds should be wetted to minimise the risk of choke. For existing conditions such as sweet itch feed 2 scoops per day with the feed for the first 10 days.
Thereafter 1 scoop per day for as long as needed, with the advice of a veterinarian.

Cautions / Contraindications:

A feed supplement for horses not intended for food. Consult your veterinarian if using medication or for general advice. Do not exceed recommended dose.
Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset.