Eye Care & Stain Removers

Eye Care

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Tropiclean Spa Facial Scrub
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ShowSeason Blueberry 3-in-1 Facial
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Espree Tear Stain Wipes
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Professional Pet Products Tear Stain Remover 118ml
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Professional Pet Products AromaCare Tear Stain Remover Wipes
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Espree Optisoothe Eye Wash
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Warren London Cucumber Melon Foaming Facial Gel
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Pet Care by Groom Professional Pet Care Sparkle Bright Eyes 250ml
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Professional Pet Products Eye-Safe Eye Protectant
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ShowSeason Focus on Felines Foaming Facial Cleanse 251ml
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Tropiclean Tear Stain Remover 236ml
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Earthbath Facial Wipes
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Earthbath Eye Wipes
  
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Eye Care

Pets eyes can be a source of discomfort for them if not looked after properly. From small things like the build-up of tear stains to more serious issues like damage to the cornea. The more simple problems can be aided with one of our tear stain removers or wipes but although these items are useful for clearing up discharge from the eye if the problem persists then it is best to have a vet look at it because it could be a serious problem which if left could result in blindness or loss of the eye.