Have you tried every mud fever treatment in the book for your horse? It’s time to try Kyowave, the blue light boot for horses!
Mud fever, pastern dermatitis, greasy heels and cracked heels: All are names given to a condition that can take over your life as a horse owner. Usually seen in the wet winter months, mud fever can be a problem year-round. Heavy dew on summer mornings can cause skin lesions known as dew burn. Mud fever can become a major issue, especially when it is hiding unnoticed on hairy legs. The resulting soreness and swelling can cause obvious discomfort to your horse.
Kyowave is tried, tested and proven to kill the bacteria known to cause mud fever. Our mud fever boots utilise blue light technology to offer an innovative alternative to conventional mud fever treatments. Kyowave is simple to use: Just wrap, strap, switch on and leave for 30 minutes.
Don’t let mud fever take over this winter. Arm yourself and your horse with Kyowave blue light boots by Cryochaps.
How to use Kyowave Mud Fever Boots:
- For best results we advise that you gently remove the scabs before use. This can be done by placing your horse’s leg in a bucket of warm water with hibi scrub added. Let the scabs soften and then in a circling action slowly agitate the scabs so they come away. It is important to try not to make the skin bleed as this will damage the outer skin layer further.
- Dry with a clean towel and clip the area, trying to not take off too much hair in the surrounding area as this also serves to protect the horse’s leg against more abrasions from the mud.
- Then apply Kyowave for 30 mins.
- If you are also using an antibiotic cream then apply this after Kyowave application.
- This should be repeated daily until the skin stops scabbing and the hair begins to grow back in the infected area, which could take several weeks.