Scarlet Oil Wound Dressing
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(5.0 out of 5, based on 12 reviews)

Scarlet Oil Wound Dressing is a non-drying oleaginous dressing for use as an aid in the treatment of simple wounds, cuts and abrasions. For use on animals. Scarlet Oil Wound Dressing is non-aerosol and economical.
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Helen M.
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Rating: 5

Wonder product

posted 5 years ago

This really is a great product but I don't care for the smell much! It's easier than using cream, and seems more effective in my opinion.

Pros: Very effective

Cons: A bit whiffy

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Mary L.
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Rating: 5

I love this stuff!

posted 5 years ago

This stuff is great, it can be sprayed, or if your horse is afraid of spray, you can dab it on. It stays on and shortens healing time and it does not burn.

Pros: Easy to use

Cons: a bit messy

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