Barrier Super Plus Fly Repellent Gel 500ml (Equine)
What should Barrier Fly repellent gel be used for?Super Plus Fly Repellent is your best form of defence against air borne attack. Designed to deter all those nasty flying insects such as MIDGES, BOTS, HORSE FLIES, BLACK FLIES, FACE FLIES, STABLE FLIES AND BLACK FLIES on horses and ponies by direct application, whilst calming and soothing the effects of midge bite. Our strong formulation with incredible staying power is ready to fight even larger, blood sucking and repellent resistant bugs, ensuring it is your only choice to help your horse live comfortably and happily in a bug free environment.
Why Barrier super plus fly repellent?Your Horse Award Winner (See it in the July 2011 Issue) Super Plus Fly Repellent: BIG TEST FLY REPELLENTS GEAR AWARD WINNER - SUPER PLUS FLY REPELLENT Your Horse Magazine put 19 products to the test so you don't have to waste your money trying them out! Your Horse Magazine Gear Award, Winner Tags are only awarded to the very best products in their comprehensive gear tests. The Your Horse team and readers put 19 fly repellents to the test - including sprays, creams and gels - so that they can recommend the best. Each fly repellent was tested for Ease of Use, Effectiveness & Value for Money. Your Horse Magazine quote - 'We take our testing very seriously - look out for the Your Horse awards in the magazine, and as swing tags on products in the shops. If it's good enough for an award, it's good enough for your hard-earned cash.' Super Plus Fly Repellent scored 30/30. Ease of use: 10/10, Effectiveness: 10/10 & Value for Money: 10/10. Your Horse magazine quote 'Our winner for this test goes to Barrier Animal Healthcare for its Super Plus Fly Repellent - our tester couldn't fault it.' fully HSE Approved - Licence No. 8725 & 8726: Full HSE Approval - Licence No 8725 & 8726. In accordance with the Biocidal Products Directive, regulations require any product which holds itself out as any form of repellent to secure an approval and licence number from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). This approval requires the active ingredient (Ai) to be listed on the label together with the amount of Ai being used. In April, 2006 Barrier Animal Healthcare secured the necessary approval and the licence numbers for this product. Ai is Citriodiol 1.5% W/W.
|Testimonial||My dark bay thoroughbred Jet is another sensitive soul who attracks flies, so wears a flysheet. I used the gel before hacking, schooling and dressage competitions. It is very good value for money and brlliant, but I'd like to see how effective it is against horse flies as Jet has a very bad reaction to them. This gel is quite strong smelling, but was easy to apply with a sponge and lasted several hours. I liked that you could apply it exactly to vulnerable areas and rub it in and the horse took no notice. It worked very well and score it 8 out of 10. - Debbie McNab.|
|Warnings||Care should be taken to ensure that the gel is applied sparingly, as all gels attract sunlight and cause burning|
|My Horse Has...||A Fly Problem|
|Instructions for use||Apply sparingly to the areas requires. Caution should be taken as gel can attract sunlight and cause burning if not applied sparingly|
|Ingredients Label||A blend of concentrated herbal oils, volatile essential oils and pure avocado oil. Fly repellents can have a drying effect, which is why we include pure and concentrated Avocado Oil, the very best quality skin and coat conditioner for equine use. In the warmer weather the skin tends to become flaky and the hair dry and coarse. High in Vitamins A, D and E it deep conditions hair and nourishes the skin.|