Equiderma Neem and Aloe Natural Horse Spray 32 oz

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Neem and Aloe Horse spray by Equiderma is an all-natural insect repellent. Eco-safe formula that is great for the environment, your horse and other animals. Contains neem, aloe and natural oils (neem, citronella, eucalyptus, tea tree, lemongrass, lemon peel and lavelder) to protect against blood-sucking insects. 

Product Details:

  • Stop the maturation of insect larvae, mating of adults
  • With consistent use the overall population in and around your barn will diminish over time
  • Inhibits ticks
  • Citrus botanical scent
  • Leaves coat shiny and healthy
  • Inhibits fungal and bacterial skin problems

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 5 reviews)

July 15, 2020
"Love love love this spray! It not only works well but does condition the coat of my senior TB. Equiderma products are the best, and you have peace of mind knowing you are not poisoning your horse with chemicals."
June 22, 2020
"Works really well for most of the annoying bugs, the only thing it hasn’t kept away really well is some of the larger flys, mostly the ones with green heads (not super familiar with the different types of flys yet). Overall great product though!"
June 16, 2020
"My favorite fly spray! Love the smell! I also like that it does not contain a bunch of processed chemicals that I am putting on my horse. "
Spring Valley, CA
June 08, 2020
"This fly spray smells nice and has no nasty chemicals to worry about if you get it on yourself or in your horses face a bit. It’s really good stuff! The Neem oil in it will eventually kill off all the flies that land on your horse even!!! Great product and my fave Fly spray. "
Bath, OH
July 09, 2019
"Has worked great on my horse who reacts badly to bug bites and who has sensitive skin in general. Skin and coat have cleared up since using. Flies will still land on him though, but far less bites seen."