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Neachai

Dublin Dip

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Neachai Dublin Dip Anti-biotic Ointment

A creamy combination of shea butter, aloe vera gel, colloidal silver, neem and coconut oils mixed with essential oils to create a powerful healing cream.

  • Use on wounds, rashes, mud fever etc.
  • Available in 8oz or 16 oz jar
The Dublin Dip is the product you didn't think you need, but once you have it, something you won't want to live without.

Inventory Last Updated: Nov 25, 2020

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09/14/2020
Jackie
Canada Canada
Only thing that works for my mare

I have a grey mare in her twenties with a melanoma under her tail that is fairly large now. Since starting to use this it breaks less often and when it does it heals back up faster. She seems much more comfortable. I have used it on all of their nicks and cuts since I got it with super results.

BF
09/05/2020
Barb F.
Canada Canada
Magical

I purchased Dublin Dip at the recommendation from someone who’s worked in the horse industry for many years. My Warmblood tends to be prone to mud fever and other skin irritations/rashes etc. I have tried multiple different approaches, some costly, some messy but nothing was helping. Although I was skeptical, for his sake, it was worth giving it a try. After the first day, I thought I saw a difference but convinced myself it was just wishful thinking. After a couple of days, the improvement was incredible. Within a week, everything had cleared up and the hair was starting to regrow! I keep both the anti-bacterial wash and Dublin dip in my locker for all to borrow at the barn. We refer to it as “the magic potion” and use it on all abrasions and skin issues now. I bought a jar for home and used it on my dog’s hotspot...and even on myself! This stuff is incredible! My barn friends joke that I should be a spokesperson for Dublin Dip!