What is the active ingredient in vetericyn?

What is the active ingredient in vetericyn?

hypochlorous acid
The active ingredient in Vetericyn Plus VF is hypochlorous acid (HOCl). The hypochlorous molecule is naturally produced by the body’s white blood cells. We created a synthesized version of the hypochlorous molecule to bring veterinarians a revolutionary and safe animal care product.

Can humans use vetericyn?

“Vetericyn products are non-toxic, they’re safe if licked or ingested, and can be used in and around a pet’s eyes, ears and mouth.” At Groom and Kennel Expo, Innovacyn will also highlight its Puracyn line of wound and skin care products for humans.

What are the ingredients in vetericyn eye wash?

Ingredients. Active: Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) (0.003%). Inactive: Electrolyzed water (H2O) (99.97%), sodium chloride (NaCl) (0.023%), sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) (0.004%).

Can vetericyn be used in ears?

Safe for use around mouth, nose, ears, and eyes. Not for inner ear infections. For daily maintenance, apply in and around ear with a massaging action once per day or as needed. Great for use after outdoor activities.

Is there bleach in Vetericyn?

Vetericyn Plus® Wound and Skin Care products are not and do not contain any bleach.

Is Vetericyn toxic if ingested?

Vetericyn Feline Facial Therapy helps management of common feline issues around the face, eyes, nose, mouth, ears, and chin. The liquid formula won’t sting or burn and helps clean and soothe. It’s completely safe if licked or ingested and is antibiotic-free and steroid-free!

Do I need prescription for vetericyn?

Vetericyn Plus® VF is a professional-strength formula that can only be acquired by veterinarians and animal health professionals. It cannot be purchased over the counter.

Why is boric acid in eye drops?

Boric acid ophthalmic solution is an eye wash used to cleanse or irrigate the eyes. Boric acid provides soothing relief from eye irritation and helps remove pollutants such as smog, chlorine, or other chemicals.

What can I flush my dog’s ears out with?

Use an over-the-counter ear cleaner or normal saline. Irrigation can be done without stressing out your dog. Hold the ear flap upright and fill the ear canal with the cleaning solution. To fill the canal, squeeze the bottle directly into the canal for about 5 seconds.

What is the difference between microcyn and Vetericyn?

In it’s original formulations, Vetericyn™ did contain the Microcyn® Technology. However, beginning in 2014, the Vetericyn™ brand was renamed VetericynPLUS. As part of that transition, the original and patented Microcyn® Technology was replaced by a lower-cost and lower-quality hypochlorous acid.

Is Vetericyn FDA approved?

Vetericyn Plus® products are manufactured in an FDA-cleared facility. The good news is that all products manufactured by Innovacyn®, makers of Vetericyn® for animals and Puracyn® for humans, are FDA-cleared.

Does Vetericyn have alcohol in it?

Vetericyn Plus® Wound and Skin Care is non-corrosive, non-toxic, non-irritating, non-staining, and safe to use on or around the eyes, nose and mouth. Vetericyn Plus® does not harm healthy tissue and does not contain steroids, alcohol, tea tree oil or antibiotics.

Can you rinse your eyes with boric acid?

Boric acid is often an ingredient in eye wash products. It’s predominantly used as a mild antiseptic and to maintain the pH of the eye wash solution. Boric acid eye washes can be used to clean and ease mild cases of irritated eyes.

Will peroxide help dog ear infection?

No. Don’t use hydrogen peroxide on your pup. This common household product can actually cause irritation to healthy skin cells. Ears contain very sensitive tissue, and extended use of hydrogen peroxide could eventually lead to damage of the ear itself.

Why is boric acid used as eyewash?