Corona cream for a rash on muzzle?

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    08-27-2011, 06:24 PM
Corona cream for a rash on muzzle?

My white nosed pony has developed "diaper rash" (from all the dew in the pasture at night/am) on his nose. Would Corona cream work or should I buy some diaper cream ointment? Thanks for the help :)
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    08-27-2011, 08:47 PM
Originally Posted by Camillion    
My white nosed pony has developed "diaper rash" (from all the dew in the pasture at night/am) on his nose. Would Corona cream work or should I buy some diaper cream ointment? Thanks for the help :)
May as well try what you already have right? If it doesn't seem to respond to that, then try the diaper cream. My guess would be that Corona cream would work just fine though. I have used it for similar problems.
    08-27-2011, 09:14 PM
My chestnut has a white nose and it gets chapped by the dew and get very red. I use Corona cream and it clears it up pretty quickly. However, he hates the smell of it, so he does not like it when I put it on.
    08-28-2011, 09:53 AM
That's was exactly the reaction I got last evening when I tried the Corona. So now "plan B" - a lady at the barn said she uses "BalmX" which is like diaper rash ointment but has no smell. I'll keep you posted!

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