Choosing dog eye care products that are made of natural ingredients is important because they are generally considered safer, gentler, and more effective for the delicate eye area of dogs than synthetic ingredients. Natural ingredients have been used for centuries to care for the eyes, and have been proven to be effective in treating common eye problems in dogs.
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice* - Aloe vera is highly valued for its moisturising and regenerating properties. Perfect for dry, stressed, and sun-damaged skin.
Propanediol - Propanediol is a plant-based moisturiser with antibacterial properties. It is derived from corn sugar.
Glycerin - Vegetable glycerin is produced during the saponification of vegetable oils. Glycerin helps the skin to retain moisture.
Xanthan Gum - Xanthan gum is a natural thickener and obtained by fermenting substances containing sugar. Xanthan gum has a moisture-binding effect and is also suitable for sensitive skin.
Maris Sal - Sea water regenerates stressed skin. Numerous publications describe how sea salt can alleviate skin irritations due to the composition of its minerals. The skin is mineralised which supports processes of skin renewal.
Euphrasia Officinalis Extract* - Eyebright is one of the old medicinal plants. It is said to provide relief from eye and eyelid rim problems, burning of the eyelid corners and styes. It is still highly valued today as a traditional medicinal plant for use in the eyes.
Hamamelis Virginiana Extract* - Extract made from leaves and bark of the witch hazel tree. Witch hazel is native to North America and has been valued by indigenous people in the care of inflamed skin conditions. It is rich in specific tannins and flavonoids that have astringent, anti-inflammatory effects and soothe itchiness.
Sodium Citrate - The sodium salt of citric acid regulates the pH value. In contrast to the skin of humans, the pH value of canine skin is in the rather neutral range (7.5). Shampoos designed for humans are therefore completely unsuitable for dogs.
Citric Acid - Citric acid regulates the pH value of the products. In contrast to humans, dogs have a pH value in the rather neutral range, which is why care products designed for humans are completely unsuitable for dogs.