Well Gel is made using pure aloe vera gel, tea tree, lavender, roman chamomile, yarrow and carrot seed. It can be used on cuts and mud fever and when applied to the cleaned affected area once or twice daily it may help the skin’s natural healing process.
Simply Well Gel is made using pure aloe vera gel, lavender, roman chamomile, yarrow and carrot seed. It can be used on bumps,scrapes and sensitive skin areas. It may help the skin’s natural healing process to aid healthy skin and hair re-growth.
Well Gel Foot Spa contains tea tree and myrrh essential oils which are both antibacterial and ant-fungal so may help combat thrush and aid the maintenance of healthy frog and sole.
Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe vera is known for its ability to treat wounds and burns, and is found to be helpful with sunburn and due to its nutritional qualities it is a natural skin healer.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea Tree is well known for its antibacterial, anti-infectious and antifungal properties. So it is useful when used for cuts and especially mud fever.
Lavender is very safe oil and it has great antiseptic properties and is ideal for treating burns and all kinds of wounds. It also has the ability to promote rapid healing and prevent scar tissue.
Roman Chamomile is antiseptic and anti-inflammatory as well as soothing and calming for inflamed skin conditions. It can also promote hair growth.
Yarrow is anti-inflammatory and antiseptic and especially useful for painful skin conditions and can encourage skin healing.
Myrrh has been used since ancient times in both Eastern and Western medicine for slow healing wounds. Its antibacterial and anti fungal properties are very effective in the treatment of thrush.
Carrot Seed is also antiseptic and promotes healthy skin and hair growth. Helps reduce proud flesh and scar tissue.
Avoid contact with eyes, if product gets into eyes rinse well with warm water. For external use only, keep away from children. This product is made in the UK with pure aloe vera gel and uses 100% pure essential oils. It is recommended that you should check the FEI website if competing under FEI Competition Rules