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OcuFresh and the New Year

Hey Neighbors!

Many of you will be staying up late tonight with family and friends.  I am not sure about you, but after late nights I often need eye drops in the morning.  No, not from anything I did, but just because so many things aggravate my eyes.  From dirt and dust to perfumes, just little things start my eyes to itching.  And, if I am not careful I rub them until the eyelids swell.

So, of course I was happy to receive an OcuFresh tote with some of their products! (a $50 value)  Included were the MiniDrops, a lubricant eye drop.  Next is the OcuFresh Eye Wash, for those times you need to literally wash something out of your eye.  Eye-Cept is re-wetting drops for soft contact lens.  and last of all is the OcuSave an eye vitamin and mineral supplement.  We won't use the Eye-Cept as no one in the family wears contact lens, but we will definitely use the others.  Two of my daughters experience allergies that affect their eyes, so these are going to be so handy.

One of the things I like best is that the MiniDrops come in little single use droppers.  A preservative Free formula makes this safe for daily use.  You can use this as a protectant or to guard against further irritation.  Maybe you just need to relieve dryness of the eye.  These single use droppers are perfect to drop in your purse, toss in the glove box, or place a few in your emergency medical kit.  I KNOW I will be using these.

The Ocusave are Soft Gels.  You take 1-2 daily with food or as directed by a physician.

OcuFresh Eye Wash also comes in single use bottles.  There is a small cup included that you can use to rinse the eye, or you can gently flush the eye by slowly dispensing the fluid into the eye from the container.

Eye-Cept Rewetting Drops can be applied to each eye to rehydrate your lens or to relieve minor irritations.  As with the other products, discard the dropper after use and do not re-use.

I really appreciate the single use droppers as we often have friends visit, or we meet up somewhere and they need to borrow items like this.  This way we know that we are not contaminating the fluid left in the bottle.  I sort of have an aversion to using products like this after someone else has.  I remember when a person we knew asked to borrow my chapstick.  Needless to say, I just gave it to them.

Anyway, One neighbor will receive an OcuFresh gift pack, just like mine.  Be sure to enter the giveaway!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive OcuFresh product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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Darlene said…
Face moisture bothers my eyes, but I have dry eyes anyway.
Looking at the computer all day irritates my eyes.
Unknown said…
my very own fingers! Every time my eyes itches, I reach to rub and each time, I irritate the heck out of my eyes! I end up having worse itching burning eyes and tears for at least 15 minutes... always smearing make up and need redone! argggg....
degood said…
Being close to my cat.
Coolestmommy said…
Smoke and pollen...then my eyes itch and I can't help it, I use my fingers. It's a vicious cycle.
I'm lucky that I don't often have eye problems. But my hubby does...he has allergies and anything floating in the air can bother his eyes...they get red & puffy & itchy!

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