NutriScience NutriBalm Cooling Gel (Equine)

Horses legs can get hot and tired after a hard work out. NutriBalm Cooling Gel is a unique and superior alternative to traditional clay compression. Please note packaging may vary, as per images shown.
RRP £15.18 From £12.00
Not only does it give the cooling effect of clay treatment, but it also helps reduce stiffness and sensitivity following intensive physical activity. NutriBalm Cooling Gel is easy to apply and to wash off afterwards. How NutriBalm Cooling Gel Works: MSM (a key component in NutriBalm) has significant cooling properties and can be utilised in the formation of disfulide bonds in skin and connective tissue. The arnica in NutriBalm produces a naturally stimulating sensation. NutriBalm Cooling Gel is helpful for: - Hot, tired legs - Hard working joints - Muscle strains and sprains - Insect bites - diluting and using as a brace/wash - suitable for sensitive skin as it contains no alcohol astringent
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Manufacturer NutriScience
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Presentation Gel
My Horse Has... An Event, Filled Legs
Recycling Recyclable Plastic
Instructions for use Use routinely after exercise, or for knocks and bumps. Use every three to four hours as required.
Ingredients Label Methylsulphonylmethane (MSM), Arnica Montana, Calendula Plant Extract
Key Ingredients MSM
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