The cosmetics and fragrance company BioWare, the makers of the BioWare line of face masks, has issued a statement to say it no longer uses the eye wash product for its products.
BioWare said the eyewash, which was developed to treat the facial pain caused by rashes and inflammation, was a popular ingredient for its cosmetics, but now the company is no more likely to use it in its products, according to Reuters.
The statement says the eye care products will not be sold through BioWare online or through other retail outlets.
While the company did not say what the eye washing was used for, it said the ingredients included glycerin, sodium stearate, glycerine, sorbitan, sorbic acid, sodium hyaluronate, sorbetan, and sodium alginate.
According to the company, the eye soap has not been approved for human use in the United States, but is approved for use in veterinary and cosmetics testing labs.
At the time of publication, BioWare said it was working with a veterinarian to determine if the product was approved for animal use in a clinical setting.
The company did say that the product had not been tested in humans, but that it was in testing for the treatment of nasal infections and allergies.