Cliradex

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Price: $39.00

Introducing Cliradex® – the next generation, preservative free lash, eyelid and facial cleanser derived from key constituents of Melaleuca Alternifolia, a special variety of tea tree oil. The proprietary, all natural formulation found in Cliradex is safe and effective for everyday use, and a great alternative for patients seeking to improve overall eye and skin health without harmful chemical preservatives.

Cliradex uses a preservative free, all natural formulation of tea tree oil specifically designed for cleaning lashes, eyelids and the face without any harmful chemicals.

The components found in Cliradex have been studied extensively around the world and have demonstrated numerous eye, skin and overall health benefits.cliradex-carton1

Using Cliradex as directed is an effective way to keep your eyelids and skin clean, comfortable and healthy. A commitment to regular eyelash and eyelid skin cleansing is important for people with eye conditions like blepharitis, ocular rosacea, dry eye, conjunctivitis and other eye disorders.

What comes in a cliradex box?

Cliradex comes in a 3” x 2.5” x 3.75” carton containing 24 individually cliradex-wipe1packaged towelettes.

What is in Cliradex?

Cliradex is made from the best nature has to offer. The key ingredient in Cliradex is simply water and 4-Terpineol, a natural organic compound found Melaleuca alternifolia. The other ingredients in Cliradex are in less than 1% of the patented formulation and are Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, Polysorbate 80, Carbomer, Triethanolamine.

When using Cliradex, you may experience a cool, refreshing, menthol sensation. This is normal and should dissipate within a few minutes. Avoid getting Cliradex in the eye, or you may experience a sting. If this happens, rinse with water or saline.

Michael Lange OD, CNS uses Cliradex as one of his Natural approaches to dry eyes. Read Michael Lange OD discusses Natural Treatment for Dry Eyes  http://dryeyevitamins.blogspot.com/2013/09/michael-lange-od-discusses-natural.html