One-step topical eye wash that cleans wounds, treats infection and kills bacteria including antibiotic-resistant MRSA. Use to treat irritated eyes and provide relief from burning, stinging, itching, pollutants and other foreign materials. This steroid-free, antibiotic-free, no-rinse solution is non-toxic and speeds healing. Vetericyn® Eye Wash is based on Microcyn® Technology. This revolutionary antimicrobial treatment kills antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria as well as fungi, viruses and spores. An oxychlorine compound similar to that produced by the animal’s immune system, Vetericyn is non-toxic and won’t harm healthy tissue. Having the same pH as normal tear fluid, it will not sting when applied.
eye wash seems to sting by mom of kitties from Alvaton, KY12/09/2013
In all fairness, I still use the product to clean my cat's eye lids and surrounding area. I ust do not put it directly into his eyes anymore. I can't tell that it is any better than water. Other Vetricyn products are great. Maybe it is just not suitable for my cat's eyes.
by from 07/26/2013
This eye wash cleared up the eyes of two of my cats, where the Vets drops DID NOT.
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miracle product by Cevanne from seattle, eastside area, WA01/11/2012
I have 2 kittens who were severely sick when they were little. Vet says a virus, possible Feline Herpes type virus that never entirely goes away & occasionally shows symptoms. One of them has severe eye weeping that is reddish in color & his eyes would stay inflamed when not being treated. You are NOT supposed to be using steroid type eye drops for Feline Hepes virus treatment but it was the only thing that kept his eyes clear & not puffy or pink. After years of being on Neo-poly-Dex I decided to try this used in cunjunction with Vetericyn's Opthalmic gel & boy am I glad. His eyes are as clear as using the RX drops & this is without steroids. I'm thrilled. I hope this product never gets discontinued for my cat's sake. If your cat has similar chronic eye issues from a virus, ask your vet about trying this. Costwise this is a bit more expensive at 1st, but is a larger bottle which will last 10x as long, so it's cheaper in the long run & doesn't require a prescription.