Proper ocular hygiene is a key step in breaking the cycle of ocular surface inflammation and of preventing tear stains.

i-lid ‘n lash® Vet is the safest and most effective way of cleaning the lid and lashes, reducing the bio-burden, helping remove extra-ocular debris and preventing the formation of tear stains on the fur surrounding the eyes. It can also be used to prevent odors when used to clean facial folds in breeds like pugs and bulldogs.

i-lid ‘n lash® Vet - Cleans and Prevent Tears Stains

 i-lid ‘n lash® Vet is the safest and most effective way of preventing tear stains and treating ocular inflammation; one simple daily application without the risks of systemic antibiotics or harsh chemicals.

Daily hygiene for lids and lashes, reduces inflammation, and gently removes residue and secretions. No need to rinse! Uniquely formulated to provide a gentle and comfortable daily hygiene experience, i-lid ‘n lash® Vet delivers superior performance by reducing the bio-burden on lids and lashes while effectively reducing and preventing tear stains and odors.

Uniquely formulated to provide the utmost efficacy and comfort, i-lid ‘n lash® Vet:

  • Effectively cleanses the lid and lashes and prevents tear stains
  • Hinders recurrence by reducing the bio-burden
  • Soothes and hydrates the lids and skin
  • Has no irritating residue
  • Does not burn or sting


Eliminates Facial Fold Odors A simple and effective way to eliminate unwanted odors

This unpleasant issue can most often be found in Bloodhounds, Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, Chinese Shar-peis, Cocker Spaniels, Springer Spaniels, Neapolitan Mastiffs, Saint Bernards, Pekingeses and Pugs.

Facial fold odors can be eliminated with a once a day application of i-lid ‘n lash® Vet to the affected area. Simply apply the product in between the folds, no need to rinse it off, where it will work to reduce the bio-burden while hydrating the skin.

Ocular Hygiene

“Good ocular hygiene (.i.e. frequent cleansing of discharges) is essential to minimize the accumulation of debris with degradative enzymes that contribute to ocular surface inflammation and ulceration,” (Gelatt, Kirk N. Essentials of Veterinary Ophthalmology, 2000).

Clinical trials in humans demonstrate that daily hygiene increases corneal health (measured as a decrease in corneal permeability), prevents the recurrence of symptoms and prevents complications from blepharitis (eyelid inflammation), and enhances the effectiveness of lubricants like i-drop® Vet.