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  1. #1
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    Dec. 1, 2003
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    Tucson, AZ
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    Default ISP/cannon keratosis

    I just came in from running a groom mitt over one of my pasture ornaments and had a big surprise.

    About ten days ago I brought her in and bathed her. She has had cannon keratosis for years and without daily treatment never got any better, regardless of what I have used.

    I had bought some ISP Ointment because of something that I read on COTH and decided to give it a go on her. My intention was to slather some on and come back out in a day or two, clean it off and reapply. Life got in the way and I never got around to it.

    I went out today to run a groom mitt over her and check her shoes. When I ran the mitt down her cannons, I saw a lot of dead hair come off that does with KC and thought "oh well". Then I ran my hands down her cannons and they were smooth. This with just one treatment.

    I was pretty skeptical when I bought this stuff but have used it on me (eczema) and this mare. I am going to reapply it to this mare, try it on another one and see what the results are.

    I am pretty impressed with this product and that doesn't happen very often.

    I urge anyone struggling with KC to try it. It's absolutely no muss or fuss. I just slathered it on and left it alone.

    I can't wait to try it on something else.

    To whoever it was that posted about it here...THANK YOU!!!!!
    ~~Some things are true whether you believe them or not~~

    *Member of the "I hate the crest release" clique*



  2. #2
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    Thanks for the tip. It seems to have a lot of the same active ingredients (i.e., sulfur) as M-T-G , which I've had good luck with for this condition.



  3. #3
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    Mar. 9, 2006
    Location
    South-Central PA
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    You're most welcome. I discovered it completely by accident (knew I needed to slather something thick and gooey on it, and the ISP was the closest thing to grab). I absolutely couldn't believe my eyes 24 hours later!

    I'm so glad that it helped somebody else!

    How did it do with your eczema? My best friend's son has that pretty bad, and maybe it's worth a shot to smear some on him too!
    Cindy



  4. #4
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    Mar. 21, 2007
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    Sorry, but what is ISP?



  5. #5
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    Dec. 1, 2003
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    http://www.jeffersequine.com/isp-oin...1784/cn/25615/

    It worked very well on my eczema and reminded me very much of the stuff that I had to have compounded at the pharmacy when I was growing up.

    I'll probably be trying it on a lot more things as they present themselves.

    It is by far the best thing that I have ever found for CK and the easiest as well.
    ~~Some things are true whether you believe them or not~~

    *Member of the "I hate the crest release" clique*



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