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Eye Envy Powder Tear Stain Remover for Dogs & Cats

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Description

Eye Envy’s Powder Tear Stain Remover for Dogs & Cats is an application powder that should be used as the second step in removing tear stains. You’ll want to use the popular Eye Envy solution to clean the area, and then follow up the process with this enhancing powder. It helps treat the cause of the problem by repelling tears to keep the area dry and preventing the regrowth of bacteria that leads to tear stains. This powder is recommended for all breeds with white or light coats and does not contain bleach or steroids.

Key Benefits
  • Does not contain bleach, cornstarch or steroids
  • Works great for white or light coats
  • Use after applying Eye Envy solution
  • Helps repel tears that cause stains
  • Keeps eye area dry and helps stop bacteria
Precautions

HAZARDS TO HUMANS: Do not ingest. Do not pour into eyes.

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  • Item Number
    102468
  • Weight
    0.5 ounces
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Product Form
    Powder
Ingredients
Ingredients

Pharmaceutical Grade Cleanser & Euphraisia (Eye Bright).

Instructions

The Eye Envy Tear Stain Remover Powder for Dogs and Cats is the second step in the tear stain removal process. The application powder is strongly recommended to use as an enhancer in conjunction with a tear stain solution (not included). Use this application powder to help repel tears to keep the area dry and to prevent the regrowth of tear stain causing bacteria. Highly recommended for all breeds, especially whites and light colored coats.

After using a tear-stain solution or pre-soaked pads, gently work the Eye Envy Powder into your dog or cat's fur, working around the eyes and working powder against the hair growth. You can use a small brush or your fingertip. Allow to dry. You can apply the powder immediately after applying the solution. Avoid getting powder in your pet's eyes or nose.

Continue this process daily for one week. After one week, apply as necessary.

FAQ

What causes excessive tearing and staining?

Staining can be caused by a variety of factors:* Clogged or Shallow Tear Ducts: Studies indicate that 20-25% of small dogs and cats are born with closed or shallow tear ducts. Tears overflow because in certain breeds the eyelid space is not deep enough to contain them.* Excessive Tearing: When the facial hair is wet from excessive tearing, it becomes a breeding ground for bacteria and yeast infections (AKA: Red Yeast, which causes deep reddish-brown stains); Low grade bacterial infections may also cause excessive tearing.* Cutting Teeth: Cutting teeth may cause changes in the head & mouth structure of your pet, placing pressure on the tear ducts.* Irritation & Allergies: Some animals get hair or eyelashes into their eyes causing irritation. Many breeds are susceptible to allergies. Shampoos and other chemicals can also irritate their eyes. Some foods cause allergic reactions and pets could also build an allergic reaction over time to a type of food.* Water: Water with high mineral levels causes staining.Food & Treats: Diet can play a significant role in tearing. Many commercial foods contain additives, preservatives and food coloring which could lead to staining.* Fleas: Fleas survive in moisture, which they get from the eye or mouth area. This could cause irritation and in addition red stains left behind may be from flea feces. These are just a few reasons, yet there are potentially many more.* Ear Infections.

Why is Eye Envy so different than all the other products that I've bought that don't work?

Eye Envy works directly at the source of the true problem - bacterial infection. Eye Envy contains a cleanser, an astringent (to dry the area), an herbal flower extract (acts as a natural antibiotic) and an antibacterial.Eye Envy is a topical tear stain remover. Other products are often masked as palatable supplements, taking months to work and requiring your pet to ingest antibiotics (e.g. tylan, tylosin as tartrate).

What if I've used bleach or peroxide to clean the area around the eyes?

Bleach/Peroxide can make the hair shaft very porous, causing the stain to set into the hair. Eye Envy will only lighten the areas previously damaged by bleach or peroxide, but all future regrowth will be clean.Be aware that any products containing whitening or brightening agents, such as bluing, blueberry, cranberry or other antioxidants, mimic the properties of bleach or peroxide. The ingredients will initially clean the hair shaft, but causes the hair to become porous. Next time the area stains, those stains will set, making it almost impossible to clean completely. If you have used bleach, peroxide or any of these types of products, the stain area will maintain some slight discoloration, but regrowth will be white.

Is Eye Envy safe to use on my pregnant dog or cat?

Yes. Since Eye Envy is applied externally, it is 100% safe to use on pregnant, lactating and even small kittens (over the age of 7 weeks).

Is Eye Envy applied inside the eyes?

No. Eye Envy is to be applied externally only.

What happens if a small amount gets into my pet's eyes?

There is nothing to worry about if some solution gets into your pet’s eyes. The ingredients are safe, human grade, non-irritating and therefore safe for your pets.

How many pads come in a jar?

There are 30 pads per jar. Our pads are made of special material to avoid any "fuzz" from getting into your pet's eyes.

Can I use Eye Envy Off the Beard on my dog/cat's legs, tail, mouth area? Is it safe?

Yes, Off the Beard is specially designed to remove facial stains. The ingredients will not harm your pet. Also, Eye Envy Off the Beard can be used for chin acne and urine stains.

I have a white dog - do you recommend the powder?

Yes! With any white animals it is recommended to use both the solution and the powder.

Does Eye Envy fade/bleach colored animals?

No. The product does not contain any peroxides or bleaching agents. Your pet's hair will not discolor.

Rating: 3.6 of 5 stars 39 Reviews 39 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 3.6 of 5 stars 3.7 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Like a Miracle

    By Hermie on Mar 25, 2021

    Herman's eyes were always weeping red stuff. I would clean his eyes twice a day with a wash rag and water because he had allergic reactions to just about every tear removing solution. Even the Eye Envy solution made him drool uncontrollable. This powder though, is a game changer!!! I bought the brush specially made for Hermie's flat little face and this brush works perfectly. The powder has stopped the red stuff and his beautiful eyes are now nothing but crystal blue and he is so much happier now that his eyes aren't weeping. I love this product!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Egh...........

    By JenK on Mar 30, 2021

    The first time I used this I noticed an improvement in kitty's eyes - two cats had improvement after first time. This didn't work at all on our third cat. We followed the directions... But after about a week or so, both cat's eyes returned to looking like they always did...teary and stained. The tear stain remover just didn't do as promised for us. The product didn't work for our three kitties.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Looks like it is working!

    By EnglishBulldog on Mar 14, 2021

    I have an English Bulldog with severe eye stains. I have used this product 1x daily for about 2 weeks. Though they are not gone, I can see improvement, and white hairs are returning where they used to be stained. My hope is with more time it will be gone completely.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Does not work

    By Coty on Feb 1, 2021

    This is just another item tried to help eliminate my dogs tear stains. I see no difference using this product. Waste of money.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    No more yucchy eyes!

    By Gracie on Nov 26, 2020

    Thank you. My little poodle- bichon mutt has had black ,gooey sleepies- staining her eyes for years. This powder really works. Her eyes are clear and it must feel good to Gracie because she never puts up a fuss. She seems to enjoy getting powdered!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product

    By Bjkh on Dec 13, 2020

    I have a Persian cat and have tried several products for tear stain and have not had results. This is the first product that stops the oxidation and whitens the fur. This was a great purchase!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Didn't work well

    By Cindy4431 on Dec 18, 2020

    My Cavapoo (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle) gets very bad eye stains and this didn't really help.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    works good for my persian

    By sam11 on Aug 11, 2020

    I wipe my persian cat eyes and follow with this powder and it works good to keep the area dry, clean and bright. I apply it with small eyeshadow brush.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    This Stuff Really Works!

    By JennysMom on Aug 15, 2020

    This eye powder really helps limit, stop my cat’s eye tearing and I use it after I use the wipe pads also made by Envy.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Dont buy!!!

    By Rams on Aug 6, 2020

    Horrible would not use made me dog get a bit of irritation as soon as i put it on:/

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