Best Xmas Present for Dog - PawSafe Dog Eye Wipes With Tear Stain Remover
- See the difference after only one week of use!
- Plant based ingredients derived from coconut and palm
- Continued use will also eliminate future residue and staining
Keep Your Dog’s Eyes Healthy and Bright!
You want your precious pup to always look and feel her best, but sometimes even the groomer can’t remove those stubborn tear stains that appear under the eyes. This harmless occurrence is caused by gunk build-up in the corners of the eyes, but unlike hoomans- dogs can’t clean it themselves.
A natural, plant based eye solution is all you need to keep your pup’s eyes and facial area clean. With regular use, you can rid your dog’s fur of unsightly stains for good.
Introducing the PawSafe® Eye Wipes
Our plant based formula is gentle, yet effective at removing eye gunk that forms due to allergies, sleep, and residue build-up. Non-irritating and allergy-free, it works to fade tear stains around the eyes and the face while preventing new stains from forming.
If your pet suffers from conjunctivitis or blepharitis, it can also help reduce inflammation for clear, healthy eyes that shine. Soft cotton wipes make it easy to apply. Your best bud not only looks good, but feels pawtastic!
What You Get With Our PawSafe® Eye Wipes
Existing stains lighten within the first week of use and new stains are prevented from forming.
By regularly cleaning your dog’s eyes you protect them from infections such as conjunctivitis and blepharitis.
Sensitive & Safe
Our formula is made from plant based surfactants derived from palm and coconut. It’s fragrance-free, non toxic, and safe for dogs and cats.
Non-irritating formula can be used to wipe away leaky discharge from the eyes.
Loved By Hoomans And Their Dogs
How-to Use Your PawSafe® Eye Wipes
1. Shake, Shake, Shake
Start by holding the container upside down and shaking it vigorously for a few seconds. This will activate the formula and re-saturate the wipes for best results.
2. Wipe Residue, Tears, & Stains
Gently rub stained areas moving outwards from the eyes. Avoid direct eye contact and abrasive rubbing.
3. Continue Use
Continue to wipe the eyes once a day until all of the residue is gone and the stains have faded. If older stains persist, this is “dyed” fur and you’ll have to wait until it grows out to trim it away.
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