How HOCL® Equine provides healing for horses.

How HOCL® Equine provides healing for horses.


HOCL for Equine provides a great way to ensure that your horses are free from infection and that whenever they have wounds that they are healed fast, and that from these wounds there is no infection that could prolong the healing process.

So please have a read below to understand how HOCL can help with providing solutions to bacteria-led problems that you are facing with your horses.

Why hypochlorous acid is so good at healing wounds 

HOCL® Hypochlorous Acid is a powerful yet safe and natural disinfectant that has been proven to be highly effective in promoting the healing of wounds. HOCL® has excellent antibacterial properties due to its ability to effectively reduce bacteria on the skin without causing any damage or irritation. HOCL® also helps encourage wound healing by promoting cell growth and repair, as well as reducing inflammation at the site of injury. 

How does HOCL® heal? 

 HOCL® for Equine helps to promote wound healing in horses through antimicrobial properties that can eliminate bacteria and other microbes from the wound area. This then helps with tissue repair, inflammation reduction, and modulating the immune system. HOCL® has been used in horse wound care for decades, proving to be an effective way to speed up healing time and reduce the risk of infection. HOCL® for Equine helps to create an environment conducive to cell regeneration and repair, enabling tissues to heal more quickly. HOCL® is also known to reduce the risk of tissue necrosis and limit scarring, helping your horse heal faster and with less discomfort. HOCL® is a safe and natural way to help speed up wound healing and reduce the risk of infection in horses. 

Horse wound care is essential for the health and well-being of your animal. Wounds can happen anywhere on a horse, from minor scrapes to serious lacerations. Whether they are inflicted by another animal or caused by an accident, all wounds should be taken seriously as they can potentially become infected and cause serious illnesses if not treated properly. 

Typical wounds that could happen to your horse 

- Lacerations and abrasions from trauma 

- Wounds resulting from insect bites or stings 

- Deep puncture and penetrating wounds  

- Infected wounds caused by bacteria, fungi, or parasites 

- Skin lesions such as proud flesh, sarcoids, and equine melanomas. 

So if you need more information, please don't hesitate to call on one of our specialists via email or phone.

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