7 BENEFITS OF DAILY
1 Eliminate bacteria and keep your eyelids clean whilst also respecting the skin around the eyes and its natural bacteria. Your skin around the eye is thinner than the rest of your face and is moving every few seconds when you blink or move your eyes. This can cause stress on the skin around the eye, leading to cracked skin which bacteria can breed in. This means that making sure your eye area is cleaned from bacteria, dust, pollen, and discharge is very important.
2 Help to remove makeup – It is strongly recommended to avoid the use of face wipes around the eye area to remove eye makeup. The presence of drying chemicals can cause red eye, dry eye and, in some cases, eyelid inflammation.
3 Eyelid wipes can help keep your contact lenses cleaner – Cleansing your eye area means there is less potential for dust, mascara, or eye makeup to get into your contact lens the next morning.
4 Eyelid wipes help to ease allergies – eyelid cleansing removes dust and pollen from around the eye area, providing relief to eye allergy symptoms like itchy eyes.
5 Eyelid wipes can help relieve Computer Vision Syndrome – Interesting fact about screen time & dry eyes – when staring at a screen, people blink less frequently meaning that tears coating the eye evaporate more rapidly, causing dry eyes. Eyelid cleansing can help to revive dry and tired eyes that can be caused by over exposure to computer screens.
6 Eyelid Wipes help Protect Against Dry Eye Syndrome – Fun facts, 7 out of 10 people experience dry eye issues and approx. 80% of those who experience dry eye issues will benefit from eyelid cleansing! If daily eyelid cleansing does not help to revive tried or dry eyes, dry eye drops, or lubricant is recommended.
7 Daily eyelid cleansing can help prevent Blepharitis, also known as eyelid inflammation – Keeping the eyelids and lashes clean is also vital in protecting the millions of glands that line our eyelids and help secrete our tears. When these glands become dirty or clogged, they are unable to release important oils into the tear, and the front surface of the eye is left unprotected.