Choosing the Right
Eyelid Cleansing
Product for You

Eyelid cleansing products can vary from solutions to individually packed wipes. Here are some things to consider when choosing the right eyelid cleansing product to suit your daily routine.

The area around the eyes must be treated with care, as it is far more sensitive than the normal skin on the rest of your face. Therefore, choosing a product with the least amount of chemicals, parabens, and preservatives is recommended, where possible.

Identifying when you will use eyelid cleansing products can help you determine what product to choose:

If you are on the go a lot or using eyelid cleansing products at work, eyelid cleansing wipes are probably the most convenient.

If you are planning to incorporate eyelid cleansing and eye care as part of your daily skincare routine, eyelid cleansing solution using a sterile cotton pad is sometimes preferred as most solutions will not only help with the prevention of Blepharitis, but also remove remaining eye makeup or build up of sleep in the eye area.

BLE­PHA­CLEAN®

BLEPHACLEAN

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Gentle cleansing wipes for eyelids and eyelashes

• Preser­v­a­tive, per­fume and paraben-free
• Clinically proven 1
• Medical device 2
• Suitable for children 3 months and older
• So gen­tle, they can be used from age 3 months
• No need for any rinsing
• Suit­able for con­tact lens wearers
• Suit­able for all Dry Eye suf­fer­ers, includ­ing con­tact lens wearers
• Rec­om­mend­ed by oph­thal­mol­o­gists for pre-and post-eye pro­ce­dures – seek advice from your eye care specialist

These handy wipes are great for gentle cleansing of the eyelids and lashes, with no need for rinsing. Preservative, perfume and paraben-free, they can be used from the age of 3 months and are suitable for contact lens wearers.

This product can only be purchased by members.

WHY SHOULD I USE BLEPHACLEAN?

• Con­ve­nience – wipes are ready-to-use, with no addi­tion­al pads required
• Trav­el­ling – easy to car­ry in your bag or pocket
• Cleans­ing treat­ment plan – for man­ag­ing inflam­ma­tion or infec­tion of the eye­lids such as Ble­phar­i­tis, Mei­bo­mi­an Gland dys­func­tion, Styes or Chalazia.
• Safe to use pre-or post-surgery – with a rec­om­men­da­tion from your oph­thal­mol­o­gist, Blephaclean can help man­age any poten­tial infection.

“My opti­cian sug­gest­ed I use Ble­pha­clean and it ACTU­AL­LY works.
It is con­ve­nient and easy to use.”

– Mr D Cann, Bish­ops Stortford
*1 Guillon et al. (2012) Eye & Contact Lens 38:306-312
*2 CE0459

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