Dry Eye - Dr. Zigler discusses signs, symptoms, treatment — hypochlorous acid eye wash
What is Hypochlorous Acid? 0
What is hypochlorous acid?
Results from lab studies have showed that a stabilized hypochlorous acid is very fast-acting broad-spectrum against microorganisms found in the external ocular flora, which is just your skin on your eyelid surface and this includes MRSA, or methyl methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus.
Plus it has the ability to disrupt biofilm. Biofilm harbors bacteria and it's a collection of microorganisms in a film.
Hypochlorous acid has been shown to not be toxic to human tissues and it's non-irritating.
It's part of our immune system and it helps break down bacteria.
Dr. Jenna Zigler and Dr. Travis Zigler