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Sunscreen for horses?  Glad you asked!  Sunblock for your pets?  Yes!  This sunscreen for horses is a win/win!

The damage from sun exposure is a reality!  They drying affect of the sun can cause discomfort for your horses and dogs as well.  Horse sunblock is your answer!


INCI: Aqua, Decyl Oleate, Octocrylene, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Ethylhexyl Salicylate, Phenylbenzimidazole Sulfonic Acid, Vp/Eicosene Copolymer,Homosalate, Glycerin, Ceteth-2, Ceteareth25, Phenoxyethanol, Glyceryl Stearate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Lauryl Alcohol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Glyceryl Caprylate, Myristyl Alcohol, Disodium Edta, Sodium Hydroxide, Aloe VeraBarbadensis Leaf Juice Powder.

Sunscreen for Horses

SKU: 0026
  • PRODUCT INFO - About sunscreen for horses

    Protect the nose/mule and other sensitive skin areas from harmful sun rays with K9 Nose & Mule GuardK9 Nose & Mule Guard with high sun protection factor. Sunblock 50 provides a safe and effective protection against the sun and suits all skin types, even the most sensitive. Can be used both on the body and in the face. Contains Aloe Vera to repair and prevent skin damage that may be caused by the sun. Can be used on humans also. Fragrance Free. Avoid eye contact!

  • Is sunscreen for horses necessary?

    Unless your horse is indoors, your horse's nose needs horse sunblock!  Our Horse Sunblock is the perfect solution.  This is protection from the sun that EVERY horse needs!  Safe and effective!  Safe enough for humans as well!

    Our advice is to spray the horse sunblock into your own hand and then rub onto the horse's nose.  Unless you know your horse wouldn't mind having Sunblock sprayed directly on them.

    Our horse sunblock is your best layer of protection!

    Available in one size,

    100 ml / 3,38 oz.

  • Can you use human sunscreen on horses?

    The answer to that is a bit more complicated as sunscreen for horses is a bit different from regular sunscreen.

    Human sunscreen can be harmful to horses, as many of the ingredients are not safe for horses. In fact, some of the chemicals commonly found in human sunscreen can be toxic to horses. For example, zinc oxide, which is often found in human sunscreen, can be toxic to horses if ingested.

  • Is sunscreen for horses safe to use?

    Our sunscreen for horses is formulated with safe ingredients for horses. When applying sunscreen to your horse, make sure to cover all exposed areas, including the ears, nose, and any white markings. It's best to apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes before heading outside, and reapply every few hours as needed.


    In addition to using sunscreen for horses, there are other ways to protect your horse from the sun's harmful rays. Providing shade, such as a tree or a shelter, can help your horse stay cool and reduce their exposure to the sun. Using fly masks that cover the ears and nose can also provide protection from the sun and insects.


    In conclusion, sunscreen for horses is necessary, but it's important to choose a sunscreen that is safe for equine use. Don't use human sunscreen on your horse, as it can be harmful. Instead, choose an equine-specific sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 and make sure to apply it before heading outside. And remember, providing shade and using fly masks can also help protect your horse from the sun.

  • How to apply sunscreen for horses

    Sunscreen for horses might initially be a bit tricky to apply. Just like humans, some horses may not enjoy the process of applying sunscreen, but it's important to keep them protected from the sun's harmful rays. Luckily, there are some tricks you can use to make applying sunscreen for horses a more enjoyable experience (For both you and your horse).


    First, try introducing your horse to sunscreen slowly. Start by letting them sniff the bottle and getting used to the smell. Then, try applying a small amount to a less sensitive area, such as the shoulder or leg, and reward them with a treat. Over time, they will likely become more comfortable with the process.


    Another tip is to make sunscreen application part of your grooming routine. Brush your horse and spend some time bonding with them before applying sunscreen. This can help create a positive association with the process and make it a more enjoyable experience for both you and your horse.


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