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Cavalor Switch

Skin care spray for horses prone to skin irritations and/or itching

Cavalor Switch

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  • Relieving liquid spray
  • Fast relief and protection from itching. Keeps pests away.
  • Heals and hydrates wounds that caused by chafing.
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Cavalor SwItch contains propylene glycol. This relieves itching and conditions the skin. Cavalor SwItch also contains ingredients that prevent allergic reactions.

More information about this product can be found in the product data sheet. You can download this data sheet by clicking on “specifications”

Shake well until the product turns white.
Spray onto a cloth or apply directly to irritated skin.
Apply Cavalor SwItch 1 or 2 times per day until improvement is observed.
Use 2 or 3 times per week as a preventive measure before the start of the mosquito season.

Warning: For external use only. May cause allergic skin reactions. Wash hands after use. Harmful if swallowed.

More about this product

Cavalor SwItch was specially developed for horses that are susceptible to sweet itch, a recurring skin condition. Cavalor SwItch can also be used to relieve skin irritations caused by extreme weather. It can be used both preventively and as a treatment.

Cavalor SwItch works in several ways. It masks the horse’s body odour, keeping mosquitoes at a distance. This is an important step in preventing sweet itch. It also contains hydrating and nourishing substances that soothe irritated and itchy skin.

DID YOU KNOW?

Sweet itch is a condition that recurs annually during certain periods and is accompanied by dermatitis (an inflammation of the skin). This inflammatory reaction is caused by an allergy to the saliva of Culicoides, a type of mosquito which is active mainly at sunrise and sunset during warmer months (March to October).

This reaction causes a constant itch at the dock of the tail and around the mane, head, and ears, which the horse then tries to relieve by rubbing. This can lead to skin injuries and in turn to secondary bacterial infections.

Not all horses are allergic to this mosquito, so reactions will vary from horse to horse. Breeds like Icelandics, Shires, Welsh Ponies and Friesians seem to be more prone while some blood lines within a breed may be more prone than others. This means that the degree of allergic reaction is a genetic factor.

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Lauren
Fantastic

Only thing that has seemed to work for my horses sweet itch. Hardly scratches. Very happy with product

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Dale Roberts
SW ITCH

Not effective in anyway for my dressage horse , very disappointing.

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Isobel Scruton
Relief once inflammation kicks in

I love this product as it really does make a difference if inflammation and irritation has kicked in.. bringing relief to your horse

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Emma K
Lifesaving spray

Tried every product on the market but switch is the only one that works!

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Andi
The best on the market

Does actually what it’s made for, stopped my mare itching her mane out from day 1, she now has a full mane back in just days.
This product is definitely the best on the market.