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SOLUTIONS FOR DRY EYES

BRUDER EYE MASK:

 

Our patented BRUDER Moist Heat Eye Compress opens oil glands and allows natural oils to flow back into the eye relieving discomfort from aging, contact lenses, use of digital devices and more.

The easy-to-use compress delivers an effective moist heat treatment. Simply microwave for 20-25 seconds and apply for 10 minutes or as prescribed by your doctor.

The compress helps stabilize the tear film, improves oil gland function and slows tear evaporation. Properly hydrated and lubricated eyes can expel bacteria and debris more efficiently so your eyes will feel refreshed and rejuvenated.

  • Safe for frequent use
  • Self-hydrating – no need to add water
  • Anti-bacterial and non-allergenic

Washable and reusable.

TEA TREE EYELID FOAMING CLEANSER:

Use our multi-purpose Tea Tree Oil Foaming Cleanser to soothe your dry eyes by washing away dirt, allergens and makeup residue. Leave those eyes looking whiter and brighter. Safe to use with eyelash extensions.

IDEAL FOR:

  • Itchy eyes.
  • Red eyes.
  • Improving contact lens comfort.
  • Tired eyes.
  • Computer eyestrain.
  • Morning eye crusties.
  • Pink eye.
  • Eyelash extensions.

Cleaning false eyelashes.

TEA TREE EYELID CLEANSING OIL PRO:

For dry eye and eyelid symptoms, xo.

Formulated with a higher concentration of tea tree oil, this potent little cleanser gently removes bacteria, allergens, greasy debris and demodex without the toxins. Recommended for people with dry eyes or blepharitis, all while still removing makeup.

IDEAL FOR:

  • You've been diagnosed with "blepharitis" by an eye doctor.
  • Itchy eyelids, especially if worse in the morning (think: demodex).
  • Feeling like there is something in your eyes.
  • Bumps on the eyelid margins.

History of styes.

TEA TREE EYELID & EYELASH MAKEUP REMOVER OIL:

Sleeping in your eye makeup is a dirty habit and also a common source of eyelid inflammation. Use our gentle, all natural Tea Tree Makeup Remover Oil to remove stubborn eyeliner & mascara. Even the waterproof stuff, xo.

IDEAL FOR:

  • Safely removing eye makeup without the use of chemicals.
  • Waterproof mascara.

More comfortable contact lens wear.

VITAMINS

ProOmega:

Supports joint and heart health*


Double-strength EPA+DHA for increased omega-3
   benefits in fewer soft gels

 

ProOmega® provides exceptionally high levels of the omega-3 fats EPA and DHA. It is ideal for people wanting high-intensity, therapeutic support in a smaller serving. Our most popular concentrate, ProOmega has been shown by original research to support healthy glucose levelshealthy lipid levels in professional athletesbronchial health, and the body's ability to respond to stress in a healthy way.*

LID WIPES

CLIRADEX:

Naturally Fresh, Healthy Eyes

Cliradex® is a natural, preservative-free lid, lash and facial cleanser. Blepharitis, meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), rosacea, dry eye, Demodex, chalazia and other lid margin diseases are associated with poor eyelid hygiene. Unlike traditional cleansers derived from man-made chemicals, Cliradex is a natural way to keep your eyelids and skin clean, comfortable and healthy.

CONTACT LENS CARE

CLEAR CARE PRO:

In fact, CLEAR CARE® PLUS has been proven to give you cleaner-feeling lenses, better overall lens comfort and more hours of comfortable lens wear versus multi-purpose solutions.

That’s because CLEAR CARE® PLUS Solution deep cleans your lenses with the power of peroxide, then neutralizes into a gentle saline solution — much like your own tears — but without the irritating preservatives and harsh chemicals found in other solutions. You can even see it working!

OPTI-FREE PRO MULTI-PURPOSE DISINFECTING SOLUTION:

About the Product
  • HydraGlyde® Moisture Matrix surrounds your lens in a cushion of moisture that provides all-day comfort.1
  • It is a multi-purpose disinfecting solution, which contains POLYQUAD and ALDOX dual disinfectants that reduce harmful microorganisms that can cause eye infections.
  • It disinfects soft contact lenses, including silicone hydrogels.
  • It forms a cushion of moisture across the surface of the lens, which creates a barrier that reduces deposits and removes debris.

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  • "Everyone is so friendly and very helpful. The doctor was absolutely great. Super nice and informative!"
    Lauren P.

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