the science behindour eye spray
Developed by some of the world's leading professors and surgeons at London's best eye hospital, it has no phosphates or preservatives, just the moisture your eyes need to stay healthy., all our products are based on proven science and clinical studies.
They protect and care for your eyes, all day, every day.
Our planet-friendly products contain everything the experts – and research – say your eyes need; nothing they don’t.
“Our Eye Spray with liposomes restores the natural moisture in your eyes. It helps with dry, itchy and tired eyes.”
Hold it about 10cm away from your face and spray 2-3 times onto the inside corner of your closed eyelids.
Blink a few times to let the moisture gently seep into your eyes. The liposomes in our spray will strengthen the top layer of your tears, stopping the inner water layer from evaporating – the cause of most dry eye conditions.
If you're wearing makeup, close your eyes and spray from about 20cm away.
The spray makes contact lenses feel more comfortable.
You can use the spray as often as you like (around 4 times a day is good). Don't spray onto open eyes.
For normal use, we recommend using the spray 3 to 4 times per day. For more severe conditions, you can use the spray more often or combine with the Eye Drops.
The bottle has about 100 sprays (10ml), which should last you about 4-8 weeks (depending on how often you use it).
The Eye Spray is good for up to 6 months from first use.
Refreshing tip - put the Eye Spray into a fridge for an hour or so before using it. Your eyes will feel extra refreshed. (Make sure the fridge is no cooler than 2°C.)
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- Efficacy of lipid-containing tear substitutes.
- Role of the tear film in the optical quality of the human eye. (Robert Montés-Micó, Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery 2007).
- The relief of dry eye signs and symptoms using a combination of lubricants, lid hygiene and ocular nutraceuticals. (Ngo W, Srinivasan S, Houtman D, Jones L., Journal of Optometry Jan - Mar 2017).
- Computer vision syndrome: a review of ocular causes and potential treatments. (Mark Rosenfield, Ophthalmic & physiological optics: the journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians (Optometrists) - Sept 2011).
- Blink rate, incomplete blinks and computer vision syndrome. Portello J, Rosenfield M & Chu C., Optometry and vision science: official publication of the American Academy of Optometry - May 2013).