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    Hi everyone,

    Bubu got some tear stain recently, I have bought Douxo Chlorhexidine 3% ps pads, Desitin and AVC.
    As I found in other post that the step should be:
    1. Filter water - Purified water. Daily
    2. Chlorhexidine 3% pads> first time in the morning and cotton pads to dry it
    3. Desitin after Chlorhexidine
    4. Apple Cider Vinegar with a cotton pad at night
    5. Desitin before bed

    Now I am wondering after I apply Desitin on his wrinkle, do I need to use a cotton pads to dry it?

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    Default Re: Tear Stain Question

    One more question, should I use baby wipe to clean first or just apply desitin on his face?

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    Default Re: Tear Stain Question

    Use a babywipe to wipe clean first then dry with a cottonball/napkin and then apply the destine. My guys still get them and none of that helps with them. Emma's bad right now. What I did notice is that I have cut out her salmon oil and her face is whitening up. I now need to change her food to another protein base.

    Buba's might tear up through the teething process too. Wilson did this and he actually dried up at about a 1 old. The filtered water, along with a stainless steel bowl will really help with the rusty face.

    Buba's cute!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeannieCO View Post
    Use a babywipe to wipe clean first then dry with a cottonball/napkin and then apply the destine. My guys still get them and none of that helps with them. Emma's bad right now. What I did notice is that I have cut out her salmon oil and her face is whitening up. I now need to change her food to another protein base.

    Buba's might tear up through the teething process too. Wilson did this and he actually dried up at about a 1 old. The filtered water, along with a stainless steel bowl will really help with the rusty face.

    Buba's cute!!!
    Thank you so much! I just want to have a try, hope it's useful!!

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    Default Re: Tear Stain Question

    i use witch hazel its work really well,
    instead puried water get him natural spring water (ozarka)
    food is the most important thing.

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    Default Re: Tear Stain Question

    Quote Originally Posted by bububaby View Post
    Thank you so much! I just want to have a try, hope it's useful!!
    Oh you got to try. I think why it doesn't work with Emma so much is that she's not yeasty. I too keep trying.
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