Two new eyedrops from the Body Doctor
The Body Doctor company has launched two new eye drops to relieve dry eye and irritated eyes, the Eye Doctor Daily Refresh Eye Drops and the Eye Doctor Intensive Relief Eye Drops, which are to treat more severe and persistent cases of dry eye.
Both eye drops come in 10ml bottles and have an innovative dispensing pump which is easy to use and dispenses the right amount of solution required.
The eye drops can be used by contact lens wearers and are recommended by television’s Dr Hilary Jones.
The new drops are preservative-free and last for up to six months. The Eye Doctor Intensive Relief Eye Drops contain 0.3% sodium hyaluronate and relieve dryness and irritation caused by heating or air conditioning, smoke, dust, pollen and after surgery on the eye.
The Daily Refresh Eye Drops contain 0.1% sodium hyaluronate and can relive dry eyes caused by increased screen time, as well as central heating and air conditioning.
They also soothe dust allergies and irritations.
Practice owner and dispensing optician, Adam Rushton, said: “I’ve been using these new lubricants which are providing excellent results. The dispensing mechanism is proving incredibly effective for the delivery of one drop which improves patient compliance, much better than any other drop mechanism.
“The lubricants are very soothing and provide long lasting relief. The density of the 0.3% (Intensive Relief) is greater than what I’ve used in practice before which patients like. I recommend these drops to all dry eye sufferers, both moderate and severe.”
The new eye drops will be showcased to practitioners at the Independents Day business symposium, iDay21, a one-day event on Sunday 4th July at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham.
The Eye Doctor range is distributed to the optical profession by Positive Impact.