Fluker's Repta Rinse Reptile Eye Rinse, 2-oz bottle

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Description

In captivity, it is very important for reptiles to get their daily vitamins and minerals in their diet or else health complications may arise. Fluker's Repta Rinse Reptile Eye Rinse is an antimicrobial solution that helps wash out irritated, swollen reptile eyes and remove discharge, substrate or other foreign materials. Eye disease is common in captive reptiles and can lead to swollen eyelids, ocular discharge and limited vision. This eye rinse is a non-irritating solution that has antimicrobial properties to irrigate the affected eyes and eliminate some microbes.

Key Benefits
  • An antimicrobial solution that helps wash out irritated, swollen reptile eyes and remove discharge, substrate or other foreign materials
  • Contains antimicrobial properties used to combat bacterial eye infections
  • This eye rinse is a non-irritating solution that has antimicrobial properties to irrigate the affected eyes and eliminate some microbes
  • Eye disease is common in captive reptiles and can lead to swollen eyelids, ocular discharge and limited vision
  • Helps prevent further infections
Precautions

HAZARDS TO ANIMALS: Not for human use.

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  • Item Number
    98620
  • Reptile Type

    Lizard, Tortoise, Aquatic Turtle

Ingredients
Ingredients

Distilled Water, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Benzalkonium Chloride, Sodium Chloride.

Instructions

Instill 1-2 drops in each eye 1-3 times a day. The treatment frequency will depend on the severity of the disease. If no improvement is observed within 5-7 days or the eye(s) appears abnormal consult, a veterinarian. Fluker Farms Reptile Eye Rinse can also be used to rinse foreign material (dust from substrate) from a reptile's eyes.

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  • Saved my leopard gecko's eyes ..MUST HAVE

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    By the photo you can see my leopard gecko had stuck-on eye caps from not being able to shed properly . I had rescued him off of Craigslist and he had always had issues with going off-food, shedding , and keeping weight on. My other 3 geckos I have all in separate 20 gallon tanks have always been fat , healthy , and shed with no problem. This had been the longest fast he had gone on and he had gotten so skinny and weak that his eye caps were stuck and he was unable to see . I had tried shed ez from the bottle , I had tried filtered water and q-tips but nothing would get the stuck shed out of his eye . I was skeptical , and wasn't sure if these would even work but THEY DID . I was able to get By the photo you can see my leopard gecko had stuck-on eye caps from not being able to shed properly . I had rescued him off of Craigslist and he had always had issues with going off-food, shedding , and keeping weight on. My other 3 geckos I have all in separate 20 gallon tanks have always been fat , healthy , and shed with no problem. This had been the longest fast he had gone on and he had gotten so skinny and weak that his eye caps were stuck and he was unable to see . I had tried shed ez from the bottle , I had tried filtered water and q-tips but nothing would get the stuck shed out of his eye . I was skeptical , and wasn't sure if these would even work but THEY DID . I was able to get a single drop into his eye and MAGICALLY the piece of skin covering his eye floated and made its way to the outside of the bubble that sat on his eyeball. I then took the tip of a q-tip to the outside of the bubble and it SO EASILY grabbed the piece of skin and soaked up the drop . I did the same with the other eye and with 2 drops it came out all in one piece as well. He had not been able to see for a couple of weeks . I believe this is a MUST have for every leopard gecko owner . It saved his eyes , and I am positive it will save other reptile eyes . The fact it flushes debris and helps prevent bacteria infections from occurring is amazing ! I will always keep this in my cabinet . … more

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  • Helps My Leo's Eyes

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    So my little Leo has problems shedding all over her body including her eyes and this stuff works like a charm to help with the dryness of her eye. They used to get stuck together and now the eye drops have been helping a lot

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  • I recommend this!!

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    My bearded dragon's swollen eye got better within a week. :)

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  • Worked great

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    Worked in about a week to clear up an eye injury. A sterile rinse to flush the eyes & clear them of any foreign material.

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  • It works well

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    It worked exactly like it was supposed to on my bearded dragon who had dried mucus on its face

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