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Cliradex Natural Eyelid, Eyelash, and Facial Cleansing Towelettes, Box of 24

4.4 out of 5 stars 1,980 ratings

Price: S$89.99 (S$89.99 / count)
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  • Patented formulation with 4-Terpineol, the key ingredient of tea tree oil, Safe and effective.
  • Easy to use towelettes.
  • Alleviate the symptoms of Dry Eyes, Blepharitis, Demodex, and Rosacea.
  • Cliradex is the #1 doctor recommended solution for ocular hygiene and dry, irritated eyes.
  • Anti-inflammatory and miticidal. Kill Demodex mites.

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Cliradex, a preservative-free, all natural lid, lash and facial cleanser with 4-terpineol (derived from tea tree oil), is a game changer in your management of blepharitis, demodex, dry eye and rosacea. As is, tea tree oil could be harsh, especially on the face. Cliradex is the only commercially available product that isolates 4-terpineol, the active ingredient of tea tree oil. The patented and proprietary solution is a natural way to keep your eyelids and skin clean, comfortable and healthy. Backed by science: Cliradex is scientifically shown to be safe and effective to control lid margin diseases. The effectiveness of Cliradex formulation has been published in over a dozen peer-reviewed papers and studies. How much do I need? Cliradex is intended to be used once or twice daily. Your needs may vary based upon your condition. Consult your eye care provider if needed.

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Ingredients:

Cliradex is made of the best nature has to offer. The most important ingredients in Cliradex are water and 4-Terpineol, a natural organic compound found in melaleuca alternifolia. 4-Terpineol is the most important ingredient of Tea Tree Oil. The other ingredients in Cliradex are in less than 1 percent of the patented solution and are Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, Polysorbate 80, Carbomer, Triethanolamine.

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No rubbing! Cliradex is simple and easy to use. First wash hands and face prior to opening. Tear open packette at the perforated edge and unfold the towelette. Close the eye tightly, without squinting and gently cleanse the eyelid and surrounding facial area with a lateral side to side motion. Avoid formulation and towelette getting inside of the eye. Flip the towelette over, and repeat for the other eye. Detailed instructions on the box.


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Amazon.com: 3.8 out of 5 stars 907 reviews
maria
5.0 out of 5 stars Cannot believe what this did in only four nights.
23 September 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Colour: BasicVerified Purchase
339 people found this helpful
Michelle
5.0 out of 5 stars Dry eyes/Blepharitis/Relief
1 February 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dry eyes/Blepharitis/Relief
Reviewed in the United States on 1 February 2018
****update****
I used these nightly for about 40 days straight. I have cut down to once every couple weeks and my eyes are still doing great! Dryness symptoms and white build up have not returned.

I would like to start out by saying this is the first time I have reviewed anything on Amazon, or any website ever, and I will list every product I have tried. This maybe long and I do apologize, but I want to document everything I have tried in order to help others rule something out. I feel the need to, because I want to help others like others have helped me with their reviews. I started having really bad dry eyes beginning September 2017. I started waking up with dry eyes stuck together, then it got to the point where my eyes were drying out very badly throughout the day. I had a really bad panic attack, thinking my eyes were going to be like this for the rest of my life, because I had googled everything and figured I had gland dysfunction or something else that has no cure. I read post after post on "dry eye zone" and other websites where people are searching for help. Blinking was all I was able to focus on and notice, and studying for school became really difficult. I couldn't wear make up and contacts, which made me even more depressed.

The first doctor I went to said he didn't notice any problems with my eyes and sent me home with a sample of Systane eye drops. These didn't help at all. I started Flaxseed and Krill Oil Omega-3 supplements and an eye vitamin, but no noticeable improvements. I went to a second doctor and he diagnosed me with staph blepharitis. He prescribed me two antibiotics, Bacitracin ointment for one month and Moxifloxacin eye drops for 2 weeks. He also recommended Ocusoft lid scrubs. There was a little improvement, but not much. I went to a third doctor, a "dry-eye specialist." He took pictures of my glands and didn't see any issues and basically said the dry eye symptoms I was describing to him didn't match up to what he was seeing, and he didn't see any blepharitis. He prescribed me two weeks of hot compresses. There was a little more improvement, but I still needed drops to get me through the day. I tried Colliodal Silver spray, antibacterial wet wipes, petroleum jelly, castor oil, coconut oil (all things I had read on different websites), none of it worked. I went to my second eye doctor again, desperate for help. He referred me to a 4th doctor. This doctor said he saw a little blepharitis in my eye lashes but didn't know what was causing it. He prescribed me Avenova with Neutrox spray solution twice a day. I started using this on January 10th 2018, but after a few days didn't feel like my eyes were much different, but I used it for a whole 2 weeks, twice a day. I had gotten Cliradex in the mail (which I had put off buying because of the price) and started using them at night before bed, not washing it off and leaving it on my eyes/face over night. Like others have said, they do burn and they did dry out the skin underneath my eye quite a bit, but I started cleansing my face/eyes with alcohol free witch hazel when I wake up to help with the skin irritation. This is my holy grail routine. Cliradex wipe before I go to sleep, alcohol free witch hazel when I wake up (I use thayer's rose petal). I have 7 more Cliradex wipes left, and I have ordered two more boxes because I've read some people saying that they should be used for 6-8 weeks or 60 days, in the case of mites. Not sure if that's what causing my blepharitis/dry eye, but it kind of seems likely to me at this point. I'm hoping I won't have to keep using them for "maintenance" because of the price, but if I do, at least I'll have a solution. I'm truly thankful for finding these. I don't need or use any eye drops whatsoever. My eyes are not dry. And like another reviewer said, I don't think about my eyes or blinking. My heart goes out to those who have had to suffer for years and are still suffering <3

Aside from my eyes drying out, I would get white "flurries" on the tip of my lashes and white build up on the outer corner of my eyes. I have attached a picture, just in case it could help someone.

I wish everyone well <3
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Garrett Arizala
5.0 out of 5 stars As an optometrist, I recommend this for demodex
29 January 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars As an optometrist, I recommend this for demodex
Reviewed in the United States on 29 January 2014
This is a convenient product, if a bit pricey, for the treatment of demodex folliculorum (a tiny mite that lives in the meibomian glands or eyelash follicles of the lids). You should, of course, see your optometrist or ophthalmologist to confirm any eye related diagnoses. However, I must say that my colleagues often miss or mistake demodex for other conditions (e.g. seborrheic or bacterial blepharitis, for which I would recommend the less expensive OCuSOFT product).

The manufacturer recommended course is to use the wipes twice daily for one month. One box contains 24 packets. Instead of purchasing two boxes, I would cut each towelette package and save half for later use (should be more than adequate). As pointed out in the comment section, one box of 24 is not exactly a months worth, but don't get too hung up on that as 3.4 weeks should be fine in most cases.

Be careful not to touch your eye with the wipes, as it will sting a bit. Close your eyes and gently dab/swipe around the lid lash area. Even so, the vapors may be enough to cause tearing at first. This is normal and most will become acclimated after a few uses. Your lids may be mildly red, but this should be temporary. Significant swelling lasting more than an hour likely indicates an allergic reaction and the product should be discontinued.

For the do-it-yourself individual or those on a budget, try mixing a small 2oz bottle of pure tea tree oil (melaleuca alternifolia) into a 40oz shampoo (like a baby shampoo) and doing a 1-2 minute scrub of your lashes, once again taking care not to get any into your eye.
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