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Blephagel

$21.00

Preservative-free cleansing gel for the daily hygiene of eyelids and eyelashes.

Benefits
  • Preservative, paraben, alcohol and fragrance-free
  • Gentle and cooling
  • Removes mucous, debris and dirt from the eye lid area
  • Soothes and hydrates the eyelids
  • Easy to use
  • Can be used by contact lens wearers
Therapeutic Brand

Details

Blephagel preservative-free gel cools, cleans and soothes inflamed eyelids and is hypoallergenic. The simple formula offers a cooling sensation for inflamed eyelids while gently removing mucous and debris Blephagel cools, cleans, refreshes and soothes eyelids. It is free from preservatives, parabens, alcohol and perfumes and so is suitable for most patients including those with sensitive skin.

Innovative Steri-Free technology means that Blephagel remains sterile for up to 2 months after opening. The inner aluminium layer ensures the tube remains airtight and a hermetic membrane protects against bacterial contamination.

Contact Lens Compatible: Yes

Product Duration: 240 Drops per bottle. Can be used for up 12 months after opening bottle.

Application

  • Blephagel can be applied morning and evening, or as often as is deemed necessary; it can also be left on overnight and wiped off in the morning.
  • A calibrated dose is pumped onto a cotton wool pad and half transferred to a second pad so there is a separate pad for each eye. The pads are then used to gently wipe the eyelid/lash root area of each eye in small circular motions. Leftover Blephagel should be removed with a clean pad.
  • Blephagel can be used by all contact lens wearers.
  • The gel remains sterile up to 2 months after opening.

Doctorʼs Impression

DOCTOR
“Blephagel is a sterile and preservative-free gel used for daily eyelid and eyelash hygiene. This gel contains the ingredient poloxamer, which helps to emulsify and gently remove mucous and debris from the eyelids adnexa. As a result, the eyelid skin becomes soothe and hydrated. This eyelid cleanser is therapeutically used for blepharitis, meibomian gland dysfunction, rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis. Combining lid hygiene with artificial tears help to re-establish a healthy corneal surface and lid adnexa.”
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