Hilton Herbs Bye Bye Itch for Horses

Hilton Herbs Bye Bye Itch for Horses
Lotion » 250ml Bottle

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  • Lotion » 250ml Bottle £8.16
  • Special Offer Lotion » 500ml Bottle £13.12
  • Lotion » 1 litre Bottle £31.22
  • Special Offer Powder » 2kg Bag £27.37

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Description

Hilton Herbs Bye Bye Itch has been formulated to maintain skin integrity and help soothe irritation. This is likely to be more of a problem in summer when seasonal allergens are in the air. Containing essential fatty acids and a blend of specially selected herbs, Bye Bye Itch is available as either a powder supplement or liquid lotion.

Powder Supplement

The powder supplement is designed to be fed to horses & ponies in the months prior to and throughout the 'itching' season, however, it can be given through the winter at a reduced rate. The mix has been extensively trialled in the UK where 93% of the trial participants reported that feeding Bye Bye Itch had significantly helped their horse or pony.

Contents:

  • Linseed
  • Brewers Yeast
  • Vegetable charcoal
  • Buckwheat
  • Nettle
  • Diatomaceous earth

Lotion

Some horses or ponies are prone to prolonged and repeated itching, rubbing, and scratching, which can result in damage to the mane, tail, or sensitive areas of the body such in conditions like sweet itch. Bye Bye Itch lotion should be applied onto the appropriate area and massaged well, to help soothe irritation and encourage healthy hair re–growth.

Contents:

  • Coconut oil
  • Aloe Vera
  • Rosemary essential oil
  • Lemon Grass essential oil

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Reviews (18)

Summary of Reviews for Hilton Herbs Bye Bye Itch for Horses

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
18 out of 18 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (15 reviews)
4 stars (3 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
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55 So far so good on my old Shetland pony (33yearsold)
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By on 19 June 2021

For the first time in weeks he’s been out without his sweet itch rug on . I’ve applied generously to his mane & tail
So fingers crossed

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55 Amazing!
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By on 7 June 2021

Used this on my horses tail as he kept rubbing it, the skin became really dry and the hair was coming out. After less than a week, what a difference!! The skin was moisturised and looked much more healthy, a few weeks down the line and the hair has started to grow back. Will definitely buy again!

Customer recommends this product

55 Quick effects!
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By on 31 May 2020

Within a couple of days of being on HH bye bye itch my mare showed a reduction in itching. Now she's only bothered when she's in season and in between times I can even leave her rug off.

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55 Best lotion ever
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By on 25 June 2019

Another beauty from Hilton Herbs, and it really did help the hair grow back too. I would not want to be without it during the sweet itch months. It has helped both my ponies maintain more hair on their tails, they are normally nearly bald at this time of year, and not as itchy

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55 A life saver
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By on 25 June 2019

My dartmoor pony gets terrible sweet itch during the summer months and normally has to wear a rug. Bye Bye Itch powder has revolusionised our summer months, she is much less itchy and her coat is gleaming, what a change from last year, I would not be without this product!

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Hilton Herbs Bye Bye Itch for Horses, including answers from our team.

24 September 2020 at 9:13am

Itchy Mini Shetland Mare

Jan Rees

I have an 18 yr old companion mini Shetland mare. She has been with me since May this year. She has clearly been a sweetitch sufferer, ( mane and tail rubbed and the skin in some areas is thicker and crusty due to rubbing over time I guess. Regular soothing baths and creams applied. As Autumn coming on her coat is thickening.
Ould you suggest a product I could give her as a supplement to try to ease her itching?
Would like to help the skin repair as such. She seems to like marmite so am assuming she will take to sups with breads brewers yeast?

  • VioVet Staff

The most important treatment for Sweet Itch is to prevent against the midges/flies setting off the allergy in the first place. If you would like specific advice on fly repellants then please contact [email protected].

A supplement like 'Bye Bye Itch' is a good choice to help the skin repair alongside preventing the underlying cause. There are other brands available, such as Dodson & Horrell Itch Free and Science Supplements Skin & Coat. In general these provide nutritional support to the skin, strengthening the skin barrier can help reduce the signs of the allergy.

31 March 2015 at 5:16pm

Feeding guide

sally

When and how much do you need to feed in the summer

  • VioVet Staff

Bye Bye Itch is designed to be fed to horses & ponies in the months prior to and throughout the season. It can be given through the Winter at a reduced rate. Hilton Herbs supplements should be added to normal feed on a daily basis with the recommended amount being split between two feeds. Introduce gradually as with any new feed or supplement and build up to the maximum amount for your horse or pony's height over a period of several days. Allow 3-4 weeks for the herbs to be completely absorbed by the animal's system.

Here are the recommended feeding amounts:

(50ml scoop included)

  • Up to 12.2hh : 1 level scoop daily
  • 12.2hh to 13.2 : 2 level scoops daily
  • 13.2 to 15.2hh : 3 level scoops daily
  • 15.2hh to 16.2hh : 4 level scoops daily
  • 16.2hh+ : 5 to 6 level scoops daily

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