“Natural, fresh and stable” dry eye solution
Eyenutrients capsules combine omega-3 and omega-7s to nourish and protect the eyes
British company Eyenutrients has launched Dry Omega, capsules designed for people with dry eyes.
Eyenutrients consultant ophthalmologists collaborated with omega fatty acid scientists to develop the capsules, offering a new blend of omega-3s and omega-7s.
Pointing out that dry eye is a multifactorial disease that can damage the surface of the eye, the manufacturers note that the capsules contain omega-3s, which “are powerful anti-inflammatory drugs that help promote cell membrane growth on the skin. the ocular surface ”.
Cathedral Eye Clinic Chief Optometrist Andrew Spence said: “Eyenutrients’ Dry Omega helps nourish, bathe, protect and lubricate the mucous membranes of the eyes, keeping them moist.
The capsules also contain omega-7s, which the company says can help maintain healthy mucous membranes by retaining moisture on the surface of the eye.
Ocular nutrients explained at OT that “fish only start to smell ‘fishy’ when they are not fresh. The same goes for omega-3 fish oil. Most omega-3 products smell like fish because they have already started to oxidize. Dry Omega is natural, fresh and stable.
Omega dry capsules are made from fish gelatin, not bovine like most omega-3 products. Dry Omega is also available in liquid form.
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