This ultra-gentle Pet Eye Cleanser from Natural Pets is made with 100% natural plant extracts. You can use this eye cleanser as an eye wash to wash tear stains and the bacteria away. Aloe Vera is healing and anti-bacterial for a number of eye diseases. Boric acid eye solution is very beneficial in fighting eye infections, irritations caused by foreign particles in the eye and air pollution (smog). Chemical-free eye wash brings back bright eyes and bushy tails.
- Gently cleanses the eyes and surround to help relieve discomfort
- Reduce irritation from dried mucus, foreign material, dust, pollen and ragweed after swimming in chlorinated pools or salt water
- Finest 100 % natural ingredients
- Clean, non-sticky ingredients
- Nasty Chemical and Alcohol-free
- Eco-friendly, biodegradable
There are several ways to reduce the risk of eye irritation:
Keep your pet away when you are mowing the lawn, dusting or doing other activities that cause an excessive amount of debris or particles in the air. Don’t let your dog hang his head out the car window. Sure it looks like fun, but the wind can carry objects that could cause serious infection or damage. Secure all household chemicals where your dog will not be exposed to them, such as on a high shelf or in a cabinet and keep your dog outside when you are using toxic cleaners, such as bleach and ammonia. Trim your pet’s fur if it is getting into his eyes regularly. If you don’t feel comfortable doing this, seek the assistance of a professional groomer. Eye-cleaning is a fairly simple process and there is no set schedule of how often it should be performed. Just keep on eye on your pet and his behaviour and sit him down for an eye-cleaning on an as-needed basis.
Directions for use:
Use a cotton pad. Soak the cotton with the cleanser and gently apply on your dog’s eyelids. Remove excess matter from eye corners. For irritated eyes, apply several drops in the eye to clean and refresh. Use several drops daily to reduce irritation from dust, pollen and ragweed or after swimming in chlorinated pools or salt water. Use a NEW cotton pad for each eye so as not to transfer infections from eye to the eye. Wipe away debris with a clean cotton pad. Don’t forget to reward with a treat! Repeat daily for best results. If irritation persists contact a veterinarian. Store in a dark, cool place.