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NATURAL & ORGANIC PRODUCTS: Wholesale distributors South Africa
NATURAL & ORGANIC PRODUCTS: Wholesale distributors South Africa

Bye Fur Stain (Facial & Tear Stain Cleaner) | Pannatural Pets

Bye Fur Stain (Pet Facial & Tear Stain Cleaner 250ml) is gentle and non-irritating and will help to remove brown or reddish tear stains, beard stains and mucous in dogs and cats. It will leave the sensitive area around the face and eyes fresh, clean and nicely moisturized. Fragranced with mango scent.

  • Chemical free soothing pet tear stain remover gently removes residue build-up around your pets eye and beard and mouth area
  • NO MORE EMBARRASSING UGLY MESS around the eyes, mouth or paws from protein build-up, saliva, food stains or drool.
  • Gentle Mango scent - won't irritate sensitive nose or eyes
  • 100% natural ingredients - contains no bleach, soap, parabens, sulfates, petroleum-based Ingredients, artificial fragrances, SLS, DEA, synthetic dyes, perfumes or anything that would harm your pet or the environment!
  • Made in South Africa to reduce YOUR carbon footprint!


Purified Water, Aloe Vera, Coconut based cleaning agents,Vegetable Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Mango fragrance, sodium borate, sodium chloride, boric acid, natural preservatives (Ecocert approved). 

How to Use

Use a new cotton pad for each eye. Soak the cotton with the cleanser. Gently rub the stains, being careful to avoid direct contact with the animal’s eyes and abrasive rubbing. Wipe area with a clean, dry towel. Use daily until build-up is removed, then use weekly to keep fur clean & stain free. Don’t forget to reward with a treat!

Stains not removed after one week are “dyed fur”, this must be allowed to grow & then trimmed NOTE: This product is not an eye wash. If this product gets into the eye, flush with water. For external use only. If irritation persists contact a veterinarian. Store in a dark, cool place. Keep out of reach of children

Disclaimer: This product has not been evaluated by SAHPRA. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness.