Natura Pets - Eye Cleaner for Dogs & Cats: Chemical free ultra-gentle soothing pet eye cleanser Grooming Products Natura Pets - 4aPet

Natura Pets - Eye Cleaner for Dogs & Cats

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 All-natural eye cleanser for your fur companions

Pets Eye Cleanser by Natura is 100% natural. With a gentle wipe, safely and gently clean your pet's eyes while protecting not only against eye infections and allergies but also help relieve discomfort and reduce irritation from dried mucous, foreign material, dust, and pollen. With no artificial ingredients included, makes this cleanser safe for both your pet as well as the environment! This cleaner is useful after swimming in chlorinated pools or salt water.

Product Benefits: 

  • 195ml
  • 100% natural ingredients
  • Chemical-free ultra-gentle soothing pet eye cleanser with 100% plant extracts and minerals
  • Help relieve discomfort and reduce irritation from dried mucous, foreign material, dust, and pollen
  • Use to cleanse the eyes after swimming in chlorinated pools or saltwater
  • Made in South Africa

Ingredients: 

  • Aqua, De-ionized Water, Aloe Vera, Boric Acid

How to Use:

Use a new cotton pad for each eye. Soak the cotton with the cleanser and gently apply on your dog or cat's eyelids and wipe gently below the eye area. Remove excess matter from eye corners. For irritated eyes, apply several drops into 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 saltwater. 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.

Disclaimer: This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist. 

 


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