Simply Gentle Sting-Free Ear Cleanser
It's a good idea to routinely check your dog's ears and gently cleanse them. But it can be uncomfortable for your dog if the cleanser stings from alcohol. We created our Simply Gentle formula with alcohol-free witch hazel and added both Aloe Vera and Vitamin E for a soothing experience.Some notes on use:
- Inspect your dog's ears. If you see excessive redness, bumps or discharge (especially if it smells) speak to your vet.
- Shake bottle gently and apply generously to a cotton ball or wipe (not a swab)
- Gently wipe debris from folds and crevices (avoid ear canal)
Or irrigate the ear canal, massage the base of the ear for 30-45 seconds & use cotton balls to remove loosened wax & debris. Don't force cotton into the ear canal. (Your dog is very likely to shake his/her head when you least expect it so be ready to duck if you choose this method.)
Our ingredients naturally cleanse, moisturize and protect your dog's skin & coat. We also research the EWG** database to confirm they're safe for you and the planet. Ingredients grouped by benefit for your dog:
Cleanse & condition: aloe vera, vitamin E, witch hazel (alcohol-free)
Aromatics: rose, black pepper, peppermint*
Other ingredients: purified water, plant-based polysorbate 20 (emulsifier), citric acid (preservative)
No alcohol, parabens, phthalates, sulfates, phosphates, DEA, synthetic color or synthetic fragrance.
Safe for dogs 8 +weeks. Not for cats. Flea-treatment compatible. pH balanced. Cruelty-Free. Vegan.
** Environmental Working Group - an American activist group that specializes in research and advocacy in the areas of agricultural subsidies, toxic chemicals, drinking water pollutants, and corporate accountability.
* naturally repels pests
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
This is a minimum risk pest control product and qualifies for exemption from EPA registration under Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). The effectiveness of this product may not meet the level of protection required for EPA-registered pesticides.