Net-Tex Itch Stop Salve Summer Freedom

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Net-Tex Itch Stop Salve Summer Freedom

Nettex Itch Stop Salve/Summer Freedom repels midges with up to one application per week. Soothes, sanitises and assists hair and skin regrowth. An advanced salve which helps repel and protect against insects and biting flies, this patented formulation is used successfully in over 20 countries worldwide every year. Preventative strategies are the key to itch control, so use early in the year before the season starts with a once weekly application. The salve soothes, sanitises and disinfects existing sores helping to break the itch, scratch and rub cycle. It repels against new bites and supports hair regrowth. Weather resistant and simple to apply it will not matt the animal's hair. A 600ml tub can last for up to 6 to 8 weeks. Can be applied around sensitive areas such as eyes, ears, sheath and teats. Made in the UK.

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