What Do I Clean My Eyelids With Instead?
With all of the bacteria that naturally live on our eyelids and skin, it is so important that those who suffer from blepharitis keep their eyelids clean. Eyelid cleansing should be done twice per day, similar to when you brush your teeth. Thankfully, there are much more effective ways of cleaning than using harsh baby shampoo, and a hypochlorous-based cleanser is a wonderful option. Hypochlorous acid is made naturally in your body by neutrophils, and its function is to fight bacteria and other microorganisms that can cause immune responses and other issues within the body. When used outside the body, a hypochlorous cleanser effectively cleanses the skin and mucous membranes, making it a great option for use around the eyes. This particular spray is effective yet super gentle, and it requires no scrubbing. If you want to keep it super simple, you can simply spray it on your closed eyelids and go (no need to use a cotton ball or round if you don't have one around!) There's no need to even rinse it off.
The Heyedrate Lid and Lash Cleanser contains just 3 ingredients:
Hypochlorous Acid, Electrolyzed Water, and Sodium Chloride