Eye Envy Tear Stain Remover

Has anyone ever used Eye Envy Tear Stain Remover??

It said it was also good for chin stains!!

The web site shows lots of before and after pics, and they look very nice.

It said you apply it once a day for 1 week then use as needed. No bleach or peroxide is used.

If anyone has used this please let me know how it worked ......or didn't work. I might like to try it.
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I used eye envy on my Bichon Dog. It does work. You will see a slight different in a couple of days, but you must continue to use it or the stains will come back.

My dog had stains on his eye, upper lip and chin. The stains on his eye are gone, but the stain on his upper lip and chin are very light. I have used other products and this is the best. You must be patient and use it everyday.

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Hannah wrote:
Has anyone ever used Eye Envy Tear Stain Remover??

It said it was also good for chin stains!!

The web site shows lots of before and after pics, and they look very nice.

It said you apply it once a day for 1 week then use as needed. No bleach or peroxide is used.

If anyone has used this please let me know how it worked ......or didn't work. I might like to try it.
I've tried several of those and don't find that any of them work.... I think it is only because if you are using the stain remover regularly, you are cleaning it more often than you would without. A plain cotton ball with warm water does the trick well if it is used often. I also find a little rubbing alcohol on the cotton ball helps.
Ok you all can tell me fact or fiction. I was told years ago that OES breeders will often use Cornstarch in the beard. Apparently it will help to keep the area dry thus the stains will be less. Now, I can't imagine how this could possibly be a good thing for dog...cornstarch in his face all the time? But, it does absorb moisture. Anyone ever heard of such a thing or is person completely off the deep end? LOL!

I've tried the different products out there for stains....once it is there it is always there. That has been my experience.
Cornstarch does help prevent staining, and it doesn't hurt them if they eat it. I would think baking soda is better though, removes odor and stain..... and doesn't cake like cornstarch would.
Ahhhhh....see that was where I was going with this....caking. Ok so it does work. But try the baking soda. Ok.

I use cornstarch in the ear area when an ower wants the hair pulled. It tends to dry the hair enough for me to get ahold of it and gently pull it out. So I knew it was good for absorbing the moisture.

I get lots of customers asking me about stains and the products available. I've always told them to keep it clean and dry. Apply cornstarch with a Q-tip in the eye area to absorb it. Ok, I'll switch to the baking soda instead then.
I was at the Detroit Kennel Club show today and saw one of the handlers spraying something called "White Whitener" on the white parts of her Burmese Mountain Dog. It smelled a little antiseptic like and she couldn't tell me how well it worked because it was her first time using it. ANy one else ever used it? It came in a plan white aerosol can with blue writing.
Okay I bought and used the Eye Envy and it does work!!!!!!!!!

I have tried all the other things but this did improve the beard hair.

I used it 3 times and could tell a difference after the first use. If you want to try it, Don't buy the pads. Pour the solution into a spray bottle, and then brush on the powder.

I bought the puppy kit and it only lasted 3 times, so I will be buying larger amounts next time.
That's great to hear a product actually works... I'll have to give it a try.
Eye Envy is the Best Product for removing tear stains available. My Maltese had a purple face from staining. I tried everything out there then I heard about eye envy. I was so excited about the results I sent his pictures to eye envy and these pictures are posted on the site. Gabriel has his own section and he was one of the worst cases they saw and he doesn't look like the same dog! Gabriel loves me to put the cool liquid on his eyes and then I use the white powder and pat that on and just leave it on. You have to do this faithfully. I do it once a day because It keeps his face so clean and because he really likes it ! The people that work there are also wonderful to deal with.
Their shampoo is also a great product. Gabriel smells so nice when he is done having his bath.
Honestly, this product really works. It is worth every penny! When you stop to think about all the products you keep trying and none work, you are paying more for no results!
I don't work for this company and I am not related to anyone there just in case it sounds like advertising..Ha! ! I Just buy their product!
:) Sherry Cathcart
I use equal parts of hydrogen peroxide, philips milk of magnesia, and sprinkle in cornstarch to make a medium paste. I then wet down Murphs beard throughly, rub the paste in and let completely dry, or blow dry it. Then brush out throughly. It really does work :D
I'm going to have to try these suggestions. I'm having a terrible time lately keeping Beaureguard's beard clean. It seems like as soon as he's dry from a bath, it's dirty again. :oops:
my breeder told me to use cornflour and baby powder.It does work but alot of grooming to get it all out. The plus side of using the baby powder it makes them smell alot nicer :D
I rcently tried hydrogen peroxide to whiten the coat. I'm not sure if it's the hydrogen peroxide or if Roger is transitioning his coat, he will be 2 in July. But within a week of using it his coat is in the worst shape it has ever been it seems to have made it brittle and very very suspectable to matting. I will not use it again.
Peroxide will make human hair very porous and brittle, which makes it easier for dirt and stains to stay in later. It sounds like Roger might be experiencing that from the peroxide too. I've never used it on a dog though so you may be right about transitioning too.
I've been using the eye envy for a couple mths now, and it does work. But man oh man does it stink!!!!!!!!!!!

At first I could not figure out why my dog smelled sour. I thought her beard was sour or she had eaten a dead rat. After a couple times with the same smell a figured it out.

Now I only apply it right before I give her a bath and just hold my nose. I really hate it smells so bad but it really does make a difference.

Anyone else have a problem with it's smell??
hehehe...no, I haven't had any problems smell wise, but I haven't tried it on my OES. With our OES, we religiously wipe her mouth with a towel after she drinks water and then with a baby wipe then washed off after a meal. Works fine for us!


Anyway, I ALSO use Eye Envy on my Maltese.

I...have tried pratically EVERY solution on the market. If there's a recipe for it, the maltese boards HAVE it.

Eye Envy is the only thing that I found to immediately work.

As said, it must be done daily. SO....it gets expensive since the bottle is so small (keep in refrigerater and has expiration date).

2 paws up for those wanting to try it.
You mentioned that the eye envy product smelled. It has to be refrigerated and if it does smell you need to contact the people at eye envy and they will replace it without question. In all the years I have been using this product and kept it refrigerated it never smelled.
[info@eyeenvy.com] - Send an E mail to them and they will give you a new bottle. :)
hmm I think london will hate me for the next few days after I test his beard with all of your whitening tips. :) thanks .. his beard and chest is so red.


and no i wont use all at once. :)
london wrote:
hmm I think london will hate me for the next few days after I test his beard with all of your whitening tips. :) thanks .. his beard and chest is so red.


and no i wont use all at once. :)


Lol. Just keep in mind, for the most part, it's a losing battle-- it really does require constant upkeep. I've just learned to accept it because Clyde is a messy drooler who just wasn't meant to be clean!
Eye Envy Works! I have a Maltese with chronic rusty color under his eyes. I used this on him and noticed the difference the first time. Within a week it was pure white fur! I recommend using before bed so that your dog doesn't rub at it, then in the morning just brush out. Don't be worried about how much you use, it works better if you cake on the powder to make a paste. Fur stays soft. I have used the peroxide and corn starch also, it worked a little but left fur very dry like barbie doll hair. Don't hesitate to use Eye Envy, it really works perfect.
Sherry Cathcart wrote:
I don't work for this company and I am not related to anyone there just in case it sounds like advertising..Ha! ! :) Sherry Cathcart


O...K... Sure
Actually I wouldn't be surprised if it was someone with a maltese since will be the one reason someone will join a maltese community many times. Most of them have the same story (which is identical to above). It's not like there was some link included noting a special discount or anything. Just sayin'!! :)

BTW, I prefer Angel Eyes now. 100x better imho! Although next time I'm going to just get the active ingred when I run out (which may be never).
I use a few drops of fairy liquid - washing up liquid - to full bottle of water in a spray bottle.

Harmless to the dog and very gently cleans - enough to break down the dirt - no bleaching, just cleaning, not fantastic results in an instant but helps clean his beard and remove some of the pong.
Hi,
I use warm water, dry the beard and then use cornstarch and all stains/pong etc is removed.

The is a beard wash that you can use daily but it can be costly after a while.


Val
ButtersStotch wrote:
I was at the Detroit Kennel Club show today and saw one of the handlers spraying something called "White Whitener" on the white parts of her Burmese Mountain Dog. It smelled a little antiseptic like and she couldn't tell me how well it worked because it was her first time using it. ANy one else ever used it? It came in a plan white aerosol can with blue writing.


I know Luca's breeder will use the White Whitener from time to time...I personally don't like to spray anything like that in thier face becasue of the chemicals.

This product should really only be used as a finishing product as I don't think it helps for longer than a few hours really.

I would recommend either washing your dog's face every day with an enzyme based shampoo like EZ-Groom crytal white I think it's called that? or using the self rinse PUR PAWS as this seems to work quite well.
hi london,

As an ex angels eyes user (now using Angels Delight instead- well I don't want Inspector Knacker knocking on my door and dragging me off to the scrubs!!!) I have never needed to try eye envy and hadn't realised that it can be quite smelly sometimes.

Although i use the food additive powder for my bichons, Angels Delight do also have a paste that you might want to check out. I recommend the paste rather than the powder because I dont know how much the powder would cost for a dog the size of yours.

You can get it from Bichon Hotel in london, bichonhotel.co.uk in thier shop section.

Best of luck
We have many Maltese customers that are extremely happy with our product, Naturally Tearfree Canine. It is a 100% blend of organic herb supplement that you sprinkle on your dog's food and it cleans out the digestive system/eye ducts which prevents the staining from coming back. Our ingredients are FDA approved and this product is ALL NATURAL. Please check out our website. www.naturallytearfreecanine.com
It really works!
Posts like this one above always cause me a headache.

Yes, it's SPAM, but they were nice enough to be very up front and honest that they weren't posting a fictitious customer review.

Should the SPAM stay?
Not that fussed unless there gets to be heaps of them clogging up the place. :D
used Naturally Free Canine. It does not work.. Another product that doesn't work on tear stains..
I was in the pet supply store the other day, and the owner (very knowledgeable about all his products) mentioned that he was not thrilled with most of the whitening products he sells. I thought it was nice he was being honest with me. Instead, he says that many of his customers have reported back to him that they give their dogs multivitamins, it seems small dose of vitamin C helps reduce the staining. 8O

Is this crazy talk or has anyone else noticed this?? I have never given any of my dogs vitamins, so I don't have an opinion.

peg & pup howie (just starting to stain)
pegspup wrote:
I was in the pet supply store the other day, and the owner (very knowledgeable about all his products) mentioned that he was not thrilled with most of the whitening products he sells. I thought it was nice he was being honest with me. Instead, he says that many of his customers have reported back to him that they give their dogs multivitamins, it seems small dose of vitamin C helps reduce the staining. 8O

Is this crazy talk or has anyone else noticed this?? I have never given any of my dogs vitamins, so I don't have an opinion.

peg & pup howie (just starting to stain)


More than likely, your pup will grow out of eye staining-- at least enough that it wouldn't be worth bothering to use any products. My youngest boy had pretty good tear stains when he was a few months old but within a few months, they lightened and stopped reoccurring. Now he's one of the whitest faced dogs I've ever seen.

Or are you talking about beards? That's a whole different story!
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