Facial staining is typically caused by over productive tear ducts, causing the fur (beneath the eyes) to become discoloured. It’s common with a variety of breeds including the Shih Tzu, Maltese, Lhasa Apso and Bichon and, most prominent with light-coloured coats. Discolouration can be either dark red or brown, sometimes suggesting infection, which should always be diagnosed and confirmed by a qualified veterinarian.
Facial stain cleanser is a great way for your customers to keep on top of staining or sleepy eyes grime and to really get the best out of the product – see a difference when they come back after using it regularly at home!
Although there are many reported home remedies for the condition, the most effective begin with keeping the face meticulously clean and, any unkempt facial hair, including lashes, suitably trimmed and removed to avoid eye contact and irritation.
‘Facial Stain Cleanser’ has been specifically developed to help undertake this task, unblocking tear ducts and removing any unsightly eye mucus build-up. The anti-bacterial formula helps prevent cross infection for safe and effective use in the salon or at home.
How Do I Use It?
Shake well before use and apply generously to cotton swabs. Wipe affected areas, whilst avoiding direct eye contact. Always use clean swabs for each eye to avoid cross infection.
For heavy staining or congealed hair, repeat application and use a small (tooth) brush to gently agitate the hair.
ALWAYS KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
If allergic reaction occurs, discontinue use of the product.
MAY PROVE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED
Avoid inhalation – though very unlikely, should inhalation occur, seek medical assistance if breathing becomes laboured
MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION AND RISK OF DAMAGE TO EYES
Avoid eye contact – if contact occurs rinse thoroughly with water until irritation subsides.
USER ASSUMES ALL RISKS OF USE, STORAGE & HANDLING FOR PURPOSES OTHER THAN THOSE DESCRIBED
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