The battle-tested dry eye treatments we use.
Want to find dry eye relief? Or the best eye drops for dry eyes?
Dr Leigh Plowman, Optometrist, frequently tests new dry eye treatments.
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Dry eye friendly skincare and makeup range
Dr Plowman’s wife Alina loves this dry-eye-friendly skincare and makeup range. She uses the serum, cleanser and mascara. She loves the feeling of putting it on, and how easily it comes off at the end of the day.
Who is this product not for? People who rarely use skincare or makeup.
Warm compress that you don’t have to plug in!
I love the feeling of the warmth from this new heat system for dry eyes and MGD. For me, it gives soothing around my face and eyes. Here’s what I love about Tear Restore System:
- Warm lasts for ten minutes per mask (I like to use at least two for sustained heat)
- Easy to re-activate & disinfect (heat in a kettle or saucepan for about five minutes to reactivate)
- Keep doing your activities (see through the holes and enjoy the warmth)
Who is this product not for? People who prefer to close their eyes during treatment.
Home dry eye treatment to reduce blepharitis and switch on oil glands
I love the feeling of using Nulids. My favourite use is to apply a drop of Zocushield Gel to the silicon tip. Then switch on the device and use it on my eyelids. This combination offers significant relief from dry eye discomfort.
These are some of the products that I know and trust. I hope they give you relief too.