Lubricant and humectant eye gel
For the protection of the canine and feline ocular surface in any condition where eye dryness and quali-quantitative changes of the tear film are a concern.
Oculvet® Gel isn’t a veterinary drug. It’s a product for the eye hygiene of dogs and cats.
Species: Dog • Cat
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Gently pull down the lower eyelid and apply a rice grain amount of gel into the conjunctival sac two or more times a day. Avoid touching the eye with the tip of the tube. Gently close the eye and massage the eyelid with a finger to disperse the gel across the eyeball. Before applying the gel, make sure that the eye area is clean. Gently wipe away any discharge with a sterile wipe (e.g., Oculvet® Wipes).
Inspired by the biological structure of tears, the formulation of Oculvet® gel restores both the aqueous and lipidic component of tears, giving relief in all dry-eye conditions. The combination of hyaluronic acid and carbomer gives the product an effective and prolonged lubricating and wetting action. The presence of medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) stabilizes the lipid layer of the eye. Traumatic acid helps to maintain the integrity of the eye surface. Adelmidrol, a palmitoylethanolamide analogue, performs a soothing action on ocular mucosa.
Functional principle Hyaluronic acid Carbomer Medium-chain triglycerides Traumatic Acid Adelmidrol
Aqua, adelmidrol (INN), caprylic/capric triglyceride, carbomer, sodium hyaluronate, sodium chloride, acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, 2-dodecenedioic acid, dipotassium phosphate, sodium hydroxide, sodium perborate, disodium edta.