|Volume||0.01 Fluid Ounces|
|Age Range Description||Adult and Children|
|Item model number||BT-Y1P5-V5HO|
|Product Dimensions||6.68 x 5.41 x 7.62 cm; 36.85 Grams|
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Ocusoft Retaine MGD Ophthalmic Emulsion, Milky White Solution, 30 count Single Use Containers, 0.01 Fluid Ounce
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- Retained mgd is a revolutionary preservative-free ophthalmic emulsion that moisturizes, lubricates and protects moderate to severe dry eyes
- Provides long-lasting relief utilizing nova orb,
- Proprietary cationic oil emulsion technology that effectively delivers ingredients through electrostatic attraction between positively charged droplets and the negatively charged ocular surface
- Retained MGD is a revolutionary preservative-free ophthalmic emulsion that moisturizes, lubricates and protects moderate to severe dry eyes.
- Provides long-lasting relief utilizing Nova orb,
- proprietary cationic oil emulsion technology that effectively delivers ingredients through electrostatic attraction between positively charged droplets and the negatively charged ocular surface.
- The hypo tonicity of the emulsion adds moisture by lowering the salt concentration of tears while the lipid component lubricates and protects the surface of the eye.
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I tried every kind there is. Eye drops are not inexpensive, so when my budget was tight, sometimes I just had miserably sore eyes.
I've never heard of these drops, but since I am forever looking for that perfect drop, I can put in a few times a day and not give it any more thought, I decided to buy a box. Along with the other $150 in drops I purchased in the same order.
These are hands down the best drops I've ever used. The white cloudy liquid was normal, but a bit odd. These are on the high end price wise (that said, they are a whole lot cheaper than the drops, gel drops, gel, and ointment in my regular order) and worth every penny and more
I'm sensitive to preservatives in most drops. I didn't think to check these beforehand, but I am happy to say I've had no issues with that.
My only wish is that they come in multi packs.
These are more a drop than a gel drop, so no buildup in my lashes. The cloudy color is normal per the manufacturer.
They have a customer for life if they leave this product exactly as it is.
I am not affiliated with this company. I didn't receive any discount or free items for this review. I'm just lucky I found these, and since I count on reviews when I buy things, I try to leave honest feedback when I have the time.
Hi, to all my fellow sufferers of dry eyes, I know how miserable you are because I have suffered for 2 long years with this problem, I haven't felt fully awake in all that time. I sleep and wake up feeling like I haven't slept at all, because my eyes were still sleepy and dry.
I have many annoying issues with my eyes and I don't even know where it all came from ( maybe chemo, don't know )
The problems I deal with are Ocular Migraines, Vitreous Detachment, Floaters, Eyelid Sensitivity to chemicals and last but not the least Dry Eyes.
The ways that I dealt with my dry eyes are as follows
1. Vicks Vapo Rub - I would actually blow into the jar and leave my eyes open so that the cool vapor would hit my eyes and make them water.
this was nice but only fleeting relief.
2. I've used most of the over the counter dry eye drops and they did absolutely nothing for me, some of them made my eyes feel gritty,
waste of money!
3. Castor oil - I discovered that using castor oil on your eyelashes would make them grow, so I gave it a try and realized that my eyes were feeling good
from the oil that got onto my eyes... this gave wonderful relief although you get a little blurry for a short time but it clears up. (Yes, my lashes were looking pretty good too) So I would put a little bit of castor oil on a Q tip and put some just on the rim of my bottom lashes for relief, but as with everything
you need to limit your use of the oil or you will wind up with blocked glands from too much oil. I might also add that castor oil is one of the ingredients in the prescription drops Restasis, so it is safe for use in the eyes.
4. I purchased a lip balm called "Palma Christi" from Baar products ( Amazon sells it I'm sure) it's all natural and has a cooling peppermint flavor.
I would and still do put this under my eyes for the cooling sensation, it wakes me up and I've noticed the bags under my eyes have diminished a little.
5. Started taking fish oil because of eye health benefits and I do believe it's working.
So all in all I discovered that my eyes needed some kind of oil, because I learned through researching dry eyes that the cause of dry eyes is lack of oil production, which is why the castor oil felt so good.
Which finally leads me to RETAINE, my search is over and relief has arrived. Do not hesitate on buying these eye drops, they are TRULY the best
my eyes are feeling wonderful from using them. I use one vile 4x a day and I will keep on using them. I still have the floaters but they are more tolerable
without the dryness. The secret is in the oil, Mineral Oil. The End
You won't regret the money spent