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Dry Eye Syndrome

Kerato-conjunctivitis sicca or dry eye syndrome (DES), is a common, yet treatable, eye condition where the eyes aren’t sufficiently or properly lubricated [1]. This leads to a host of uncomfortable symptoms, such as eye redness, a stinging or burning sensation in the eyes, stringy mucus in or around the eyes, blurred vision, excessive tearing, and a gritty feeling, similar to having something in your eyes.

The severity of DES symptoms can range from mildly bothersome to incapacitating. 

Symptoms can develop as a result of dysfunctional tear syndrome, lacrimal keratoconjunctivitis, evaporative tear deficiency/evaporative dry eye disease (EDED), Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), and LASIK-induced neurotrophic epitheliopathy (LINE), among others causes. 

Repairing the tear film should be the main focus when treating dry eye. 

LIPTEAR™ MULTI is the only product on the market that imitates the natural tear film. Its unique formula relieves and reduces uncomfortable symptoms associated with dry eye syndrome, as it restores the tear film lipid layer, thus controlling tear evaporation by properly lubricating the ocular surface [2]

LIPITEARTM  MULTI imitates the natural tear film and immediately relieves and reduces the uncomfortable feeling associated with dry eye syndrome, as it restores the tear film lipid layer, controls the evaporation thus making the ocular surface moistened

[1] McCarty C.A., Bansal A.K., Livingston P.M., et al. The epidemiology of dry eye in Melbourne, Australia. Ophthalmology 1998, 105:1114-9
[2] Lin P.Y., Tsai S.Y., Cheng C.Y., et al Prevalence of dry eye among an elderly Chinese population in Taiwan: the Shihpai Eye Study, Ophthalmology 2003, 110:1096-101