New Spray Helps Soothe Blepharitis, Dry Eyes, Styes, And More
Eye Love is releasing their brand new Heyedrate Lid and Lash Cleanser to the public! This proprietary, pure Hypochlorous Acid spray is a natural complement to the body’s healing capacity. Originally used as an antibacterial wound care product, this spray is safe for twice daily use to treat inflamed, dry eyelids. If you’ve tried everything to heal your blepharitis, meibomian gland disease, and dry eyes and have yet to find an answer, this product is a must-try!
By using this spray twice per day, you’ll find relief from dry, itchy, inflamed skin conditions because it is a natural, organic remedy for blepharitis, itchy eyelids, dry eyes, acne rosacea, eczema, and even sunburns. The Heyedrate Lid and Lash Cleanser fights bacteria on the eyelids...and everywhere else. It works well to deep clean around the eyes, ensuring that the eyes stay clean, hydrated, and moisturized.
If you’re wondering about irritation, this spray is designed to be completely non-irritating. The Hypochlorous Acid is at a low but effective concentration, is organic, and a completely vegan product. It contains no alcohol, fragrance, parabens, sulfates, or preservatives, and it’s also safe enough for pregnant women and for use on your baby’s delicate skin.
With each purchase of Heyedrate Eyelid and Lash Cleanser, as with every other product sold, Eye Love gives back by providing an eye examination, glasses, and sunglasses to a Jamaican in need. Their mission to decrease preventable blindness can be accomplished through the sale of this product. This innovative cleanser will ensure that your eyes not only look good, but feel good as well. If you suffer from dry, itchy, scratchy eyes and nothing has seemed to help, do yourself a favor and check out this product. We can’t get enough of it!
Early Reviews are in
Drs. Jenna and Travis Zigler
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