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Optometrists recommend patients consume fish daily to receive the benefits of Omega-3 that relieves discomfort and redness associated with Dry Eye. Better yet, take a dietary supplement that has proven bio-absorption to ensure maximum absorption of EPA and DHA fatty acids into the blood stream. Dry Eye COMPLETE, by Solana Health, also combines Omega-3 with vitamin D and Lutein for a complete supplement to help with Dry Eye Syndrome. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to dry eye and one serving provides 1,000 IU with the addition of Lutein, an important antioxidant for vision health. Lutein protects the eye tissues by filtering harmful light wavelengths and maintains healthy cells in the eyes.
Dry Eye Complete has undergone clinical studies and has been shown to be effective in relieving the symptoms of dry eye including stinging, eye fatigue, blurred vision and light sensitivity. In fact, the study showed that 70 percent of patients with Dry Eye Syndrome were asymptomatic after taking Dry Eye Complete for eight weeks.
Dry Eye Complete is manufactured in the U.S.A. The bottle of 60 softgels provides you a month supply. Purchase a bottle today and begin to see and feel the difference.
You may also want to try the Dry Eye Compress to receive deep-penetrating moist heat for Dry Eye as well as relieve stress and tension.
Features and Benefits:
- Softgel Formula
- Superior Bio-Absorption
- Contains Vitamin D and Lutein
- No Fishy Aftertaste or Burps
- Relieves Red and Itchy Eyes
- 100% Natural Ingredients
- Long Shelf Life
- Made in the U.S.A
- Alaskan Sourced, Certified Sustainable Seafood
- Manufacturer: Solana Health Inc.
- Item Number: DEC1000
- Quantity: Bottle of 60 Softgels
- Serving: 2 Softgels
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Indications: To Help with Dry Eye Syndrome
- Ultra refine fish oil from Alaskan Pollock
- Softgel Capsule- gelatin, glycerin, purified water, yellow beeswax, fumed silica
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Manufacturer Solana Health
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