I just recently became the proud new owner of an ex-therapy horse that happens to have a lot of pink skin. When outside she is covered from nose to tail with a fly mask and fly sheet. Her old fly mask from her previous home has left the bridge of her nose, the top of her cheek bones, just under her eyes, and behind her ears rubbed raw. I bought her a cashel fly mask that has the fleece and softer material, but I can't imagine that her face feels too good, especially since I ride her in a figure eight and the bridle basically touches all those raw spots. Is there anything I can put on her face to make it heal up and the hair grow back?