I use a unscented baby wipe on their eyes, ears and nose ropes (their nose ropes aren't very deep, so don't get gucky) about two or three days a week. Dozers ears tend to more waxy than Blossoms, and he tends to get goopy eyes still but to as much as he did before. I lean their faces with the wipes, and when I bath them, I wash their faces and ears with a wash cloth and shampoo, and then I wash their bodies. I rinse them both with equal parts of white vinegar and warm water.
LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.
If rarely my bulldogs wrinkles get really bad I use malacetic ultra. Works amazing! They hate it though, so I keep them distracted for a bit after using it. I usually only have to use it once or twice to clear the irritation up completely.
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I use hydrogen peroxide for daily cleaning or witch hazel. I wipe dry then follow it with desitin. I tried making a paste once. I had found instructions somewhere online. That was just too messy. Blue desitin works good for Ace, but he doesn't have very deep wrinkles. I have also seen quite a bit of members use Duoxo Pads. I have yet to try them.
Ace! Come here boy...
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