Active: Hypochlorous Acid (0.010%). Inactive: Electrolyzed Water, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hypochlorite, Lithium Magnesium Sodium Silicate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Phosphates, Sodium Sulfate.
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My dog returned from boarding when we were on vacation with a minor eye infection. He had a little bit of puss, but since it didn't seem to be bothering him too bad I figured I would try this before a trip to the vet. I generally don't have good results with these types of products but this one worked great! It cleared up all signs of an eye infection in just a few days. Maybe it was his immune system, or maybe it was this. Either way I'm keeping this on hand at all times in case this happens again, as my doggo gets boarded a few times a year. 🐶
Itchy eye, this was easy to use. gave her a greenie treat after. I used the medicine 3 times a day and after 4 days almost completely normal
I have used this before so I expected a gel, but the product I received is much thicker than what I used in the past. It's so thick that even with very vigorous shaking (which is necessary), it comes out in a huge glob. My dog hates it and it doesn't seem to be working very well because the glob tends to slide out. I will be trying the eye wash next.
Been using it as instructed on my kittens eyes for over a week and have not seen any kind of improvement. Others may have had better results but I personally won't purchase this product again
Can’t speak yet to how well these work in the long term but wanted to write a review in the meantime to say that these are DEFINITELY a gel, as it says, pretty thick and therefore not totally easy to just drop into an eye, it took a bit of practice. Luckily they do not seem to produce any stinging so although our puppy did not LOVE getting eyedrops, they were tolerated. I’d highly recommend getting the eyewash as well, as the instructions say, I wish I had. They recommend doing an eyewash and following it up with the ophthalmic gel, and although ghat sounds great in theory, I think we will probably have to work our way up to two sets of eyedrops per eye lol. There is clearly a lot of the solution in the container and the first two times we used them on her eyes a LOT of gunk was flushed out, but again speaking to the texture it was probably not as efficiently as a thinner eyedrop liquid would be. No weird smell.
This stuff is so thick you have to squeeze hard and then way too much comes out, all over my poor cat's eye. I wonder if it sat in heat too long or something.
My Standard Poodle Kayleigh has a growth on her inner eye lid this helps sooth he eye.
I am testing the product on myself before administering to my pets. It works for me!
It’s been my experience that dogs don’t care to have their eyes cleaned-even when the “goopy stuff” presents itself during allergy season, which now seems to last all year long. The gel is easy and quick to apply and my 15 year old good boy tolerates it well. His beautiful, clean eyes gaze into mine and you know, it’s puppy love!
I gave this 2 stars as the gel is difficult to use. We had trouble getting the gel to come out of the applicator.