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Proven support for horse skin and coat even when challenged by wet or bites.

187 reviews. 4.8 / 5
Guest - 14/07/2024 00:01
To be honest, the jury is still out on this one. There is a lot of product if you feed at the recommended rate for the weight of the horse. With our girls being older horses (18, 31 and 33) and natives, they don’t need ( and they don’t get big feeds) which means the ratio of supplement to feed is very high. If you have a fussy eater or one with a suppressed appetite because she’s on Prascend, it can lead to her not  eating what’s put in front of her. So we feed at a lower rate. It hasn’t really stopped the younger horse itching and rubbing her dock nor has it done anything to reduce the scurf of one of the older mares. I think we will stop feeding it for a while and review. All of that said, the oldest mare was losing her mane and forelock, and all of a sudden, it has started to really thicken up. The only thing that has changed is the addition of the EquiDermis🤷‍♂️
Guest - 12/07/2024 20:16
I’ve used equidermis on both my horses for over a year and has helped their skin a lot.  I’ve definitely noticed they scratch in the stables very little now compared to how much they used too.  Would definitely recommend.
Guest - 11/07/2024 22:28
Seems to have helped my shire with his itching this spring/summer
Guest - 11/07/2024 21:56
Since using EquiDermis my horses coat looks amazing and he suffers from feather mites so  with care and now EquiDermis his legs are looking really good ,I am now in my 2nd month of using this product,  very happy with results
Guest - 11/07/2024 16:35
Have been using this product for about 2 years now, after being recommended by feed mark. My horse suffers with sweet itch, and since using this product with other things  ( fly repellent) he has been much much better and doesn’t itch nearly so much.
I feed it all year round.
Amelie - 08/07/2024 22:21
I have a mare who suffers from sweet itch and just general itchy skin every summer. This supplement has made so much difference.  A nice glossy coat and no itchy skin.
Guest - 07/07/2024 10:57
My very fussy mare absolutely licks her bowl clean with this supplement. So that’s a definite plus to start as she’s refused brewers yeast on its own. She’s been on it one month and I feel it’s starting to make positive impacts on her itching and general coat condition. I’m very hopeful she will continue to experience improvements and plan to keep her on it.
Guest - 06/07/2024 13:47
Been using this supplement for couple years now and all the equines have taken it readily in their feed. The horse I particularly bought it for has a fantastic coat and skin condition now. I am continuing to use it.
Rebecca - 30/06/2024 21:03
Thank you so much to Abbie and Steph for this recommendation. Has literally changed my pony's healing process. She suffers regularly with Mallenders. Since adding Equidermis but keeping the same maintenance routine in 2 weeks we have good new skin regrowth under scabbing meaning smaller area of mallenders. Cant wait to see the transformation going forward. This summer has been really awful for itchiness and the last 2 weeks on equidermis has reduced this as well. Amazing product with great results and such great value for money.
Lesley - 27/06/2024 16:23
Since using this supplement, my horse had had no more symptoms and his coat, mane and tail are looking fantastic.

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Nutrition Information

EquiDermis™works from the inside out by providing nutrients required for healthy skin.  It has been specifically formulated to provide natural support to the skin tissue, promoting a shiny, glossy coat and soothing challenged skin.

EquiDermis™is a rich source of alpha-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid (Omega-3) that has various health benefits that are particularly suited for skin support.  Omega-3 has natural soothing properties that calm irritated and aggravated skin.  Linseed supplies amino acids that are also necessary for healthy resilient skin, whilst the herbs support the internal systems.  Burdock root helps to maintain a healthy functioning liver, whilst Nettle and Clivers are added for their general tonic effects.  Chamomile gently soothes dry and damaged skin.

Key Ingredients: 

  • Brewer's yeast (23%): to support optimal health of hooves, skin and coat
  • Burdock root: to promote healthy skin, counteracting dry skin and scurfy coat
  • Chamomile flowers: to soothe the skin
  • Clivers: high silica content strengthens hair and coat
  • Cold pressed linseed oil: to promote coat condition and shine
  • Micronised linseed (53%): rich in Omega-3 fatty acids to maintain healthy skin
  • Nettle leaves: to encourage dappling and sheen of the coat, tonic properties


The Horse's Skin

The skin is the horse's largest organ, and its main function is to act as a protective barrier to the internal systems.  Healthy skin is resilient and elastic with a smooth glossy coat and is an indicator of your horse's general health.  Both Omega-3 and Omega-6 are essential fatty acids that are required for good general health but that cannot be made in the horse's body.  As a result these fatty acids must be supplied in the diet in the correct balance, however many diets fed to horses are high in Omega-6 and low in Omega-3. Supplementing with Omega-3 will help to readjust this balance and promote healthy skin and a shiny coat.   

Feed EquiDermis™:

  • To promote healthy skin and coat
  • To those exposed to wet or muddy conditions
  • To soothe dry, scurfy skin
  • To add a healthy, glossy sheen to any coat


Micronised linseed (53%), Brewer's yeast (23%), Linseed oil, Nettle leaves, Burdock root, Clivers, Chamomile flowers, Calcium carbonate.


Crude protein 24.3%
Crude oils & fats 29.6%
Crude fibre 13.2%
Crude ash 5.6%
Sodium <0.1%

Feeding Guide


Weight of Horse/Pony Amount per day                                                   
Up to 250kg ¾ scoop
250kg - 400kg 1 ½ scoops
400kg - 600kg 2 ¼ scoops
Over 600kg 2 ¾ scoops


1 level (150ml) scoop of EquiDermis® weighs approximately 70g

Feed supplements should be fed according to body weight. Introduce to the horse's diet gradually, splitting between feeds (when applicable).

EquiDermis® is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals. Feedmark uses nothing in the formulation of this product that contravenes competition rules.