Eye Logic liposomal eye spray stabilises the lipid layer of the dry eye improving lubrication of the eyes and eyelids. Improves comfort for wearers of contact lenses. Can be applied when wearing make-up.
- Gives fast, effective comfort to dry eye sufferers
- Revolutionary spray delivery system
- Simply spray onto your closed eyes
- No more troublesome eyedrops or gels
- Ideal for contact lens wearers
- Can be used up to 3 years after opening
Directions for use:
You won't find a dry eye treatment that's simpler to use than the Eye Logic aerosol eye spray. Eye Logic eye spray is simply sprayed onto the closed eyelid which makes it particularly ideal for all of you who find drops inconvenient or difficult to use.
And don't worry if you are wearing make-up. So long as you hold the spray the recommended distance away it won't make your make-up run.
- Hold the applicator about 10cm from your eye (20cm if wearing makeup)
- Close your eye
- Spray once or twice on each eye
Eye Logic eye spray means goodbye to hard-to-use drops, gels or creams. And there's no blurring of vision either.
10ml - over 100 metered doeses.
Ingredients: - Soy lecithin 1.0% A phospholipid, a polar molecule consisting of a fatty acid component that is lipid-soluble, along with a charged phosphate group that is water-soluble. Phosphatidylcholine is the main lipid component of soy lecithin (94%), and also the most common phospholipid in natural tears. It is present in Eye Logic eye spray in the form of liposomes. - Sodium chloride 0.8% Present in natural tears. Renders the aqueous content of Eye Logic eye spray compatible with the user's tears. - Ethanol 0.8% A solvent to maintain the less water-soluble ingredients in the aqueous carrier. - Vitamin A palmitate 0.025% A lipid-soluble antioxidant component that is also closely associated with eye health. - Vitamin E (tocopherol) 0.002% A powerful antioxidant vitamin which is lipid-soluble and can therefore aid protection and stabilisation of lipids. - Phenoxyethanol 0.5% A preservative commonly selected for use in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics due to its effectiveness in very low concentrations and its low allergic reaction. Being volatile it evaporates from the aerosol state and does not impact on the user, so it can be safely used with contact lenses.