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We use evidence-based science to create safe and optimal treatments for many conditions where your eyes and lids may need some extra care.
Keep scrolling to discover more about some of the symptoms and conditions where dry eye relief and lid hygiene are essential to your eye health.

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Dry eye relief


Are your eyes are itching, burning, tearing, or you feel like something is stuck inside your eyes? It is no secret that dry eyes can negatively affect our performance, our mood, and our quality of life.


Discover which important characteristics you should be looking for in lubricating eye drops to guarantee optimal lubrication. 

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Did you know that it can be difficult to differentiate between a dry eye and an allergic eye? This happens because both can present similar symptoms. 


Discover how, with the intuition of nature, you can protect your eyes against allergens and retain lubrication. 


Screen Fatigue


Did you know that we tend to blink less while looking at screens? Not blinking enough while watching a screen may be causing your tears to evaporate faster and compromising both your work and leisure time. Discover the powerful combination of optimal lubrication and the reduction of excessive tear evaporation.



Did you know that dry eye can be one of the most common complications following eye surgery?


Pre- and post-surgery lubrication can be important for your recovery, as it may help the healing process of the injured tissues of the eye. Discover how to be on the safe side before and after an ophthalmological procedure. 

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Lid hygiene


Healthy lids are necessary for your eyes to be healthy and lubricated. Our lids are responsible for producing the outer (oily) layer of the tear film, which helps reduce the excessive evaporation of our tears.


Learn how to safely care for eyelids and lashes and the importance of soap-free cleansers. 



Sjögren’s syndrome is among the common causes of dry eye disease. In Sjögren's syndrome, the mucous membranes and moisture-secreting glands of your eyes are usually affected first — resulting in decreased tears.


Learn how to achieve optimal lubrication and lessen the effects of Sjögren’s on your eyes. 

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