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Hilton Herbs Mud Defender Lotion for Horses

  • 500ml Bottle £24.49
  • 1 Litre Bottle £46.00

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Hilton Herbs Mud Defender Lotion is a gentle cream which should be applied to sore skin as it offers both anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.

It can help support skin cell and hair regeneration, and soften scabs due to its contents of Aloe Vera, Coconut Oil, Echinacea and Propolis.


Aloe Vera gel, Coconut Oil, Propolis Infused Oil & tincture, Echinacea, Liquorice, Myrrh, Goldenseal & Calendula tinctures, Calendula & Hypericum Infused Oil, Tea Tree & Rosemary Essential oils.

Directions for use

Our Mud Defender lotion can be used on any area of the body. Use at the first sign of sore, damaged skin. Lightly brush off mud if dried, or wash area with cold water and gently pat dry. Apply to clean dry skin working well in and leaving a thin film of lotion on top of the skin. If skin is scabbed, apply the lotion over the top of the scabs and work well in. When the scabs soften try to gently remove them and apply more lotion. The lotion should be applied to clean dry legs prior to turnout or stabling.

Mud Defender Lotion is safe to apply to broken, sore, scabbed skin and should not sting when applied. The lotion is not designed to be used as a barrier cream, but does contain oils that should help deter water penetration.

As with any new product, we advise patch testing prior to general use if your horse has a sensitive skin.

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