Eye Envy Tear Stain Removal Starter Kit

Eye Envy Tear Stain Removal Starter Kit

$28.99 USD was

Vendor: Lola & Penelope's
Type: Wellness
Tags: Eco-Friendly, Pampered Pet,

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Product Details:

Does your dog suffer from tear staining? Eye Envy is the topical, non ingested solution! This starter kit should last for 30-45 days depending of tear stain severity and dog size. Each Kit contains:

  • Eye Envy® Tear Stain Solution for Dogs, 2oz

  • Eye Envy® Tear Stain Powder, ½oz

  • Eye Envy® Gentle Action Applicator Pads for Dogs, 30 count jar

Eye Envy® Dog Starter Kit contains both steps in the two-step system that removes unsightly tear stains by combining natural ingredients, which effectively attack the root of the problem. Externally applied, this safe, non-irritating and effective cleanser removes unsightly tear stains and inhibits dark staining.

Step one is the application of the Eye Envy® Tear Stain Solution for Dogs, which cleans the affected area. It uses a natural astringent to close the hair shaft and to fight bacteria. It also includes a broad spectrum natural antibacterial that mimics the properties of an antibiotic. This key mineral helps control and stop the growth of bacteria that leads to unsightly, smelly tear stains. Use the Gentle Action Applicator Pads for Dogs to help clean and treat the area.

Step two is the application of the Eye Envy® Tear Stain Powder, which contains a mild cleanser and antibacterial to inhibit the growth of bacteria and help remove tear stains. It also absorbs excess moisture and helps to repel new tears. It is NOT a chalk or cover up, but a natural silk-like powder that safely keeps your pet’s eye dry, stain-free and full of luster.

Eye Envy® Tear Stain Solution and Tear Stain Powder are topically applied and NOT ingested. They do not contain bleach, peroxide, whitening agents or harsh chemicals. Nor do they contain macrolide antibiotics (such as Tylosin), which with continued use may be harmful to the liver and build up antibiotic resistance.