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The Eye Doctor Eye Mask – Hot Eye Compress Heat Bag for Dry Eye
  • The Eye Doctor Eye Mask – Hot Eye Compress Heat Bag for Dry Eye

The Eye Doctor Eye Mask – Hot Eye Compress Heat Bag for Dry Eye

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£14.00
The Eye Doctor treatment pack contains one compress with a removable cover and reusable storage bag, with full instructions for use and wash care. The compress has an outer and a removable inner filled with unique BodyBeads. Please do not use if you are allergic to any natural grain. If you are a contact lens wearer please follow advice from your practitioner.
The special filling consists of a unique BodyBeads ensuring maximum contact with the affected areas. This combination gives the best heat retention which is necessary for an effective treatment. The BodyBeads filling means that The Eye Doctor can be heated safely in both the microwave and oven. Featuring a removable washable cover to ensure hygiene and non-transference of bacteria, as well as an adjustable comfort strap for personal comfort and personal pressure adjustment. The Eye Doctor is your ideal partner for easing various eye conditions and irritations. Your Eye Doctor also has a pouch for safe, clean, dry storage to preserve its life. Relax away the symptoms of MGD and blepharitis Grittiness and irritation Chalazion Dry eye syndrome Inflammation Styes and cysts The Eye Doctor treatment pack contains one compress with a removable cover and reusable storage bag, with full instructions for use and wash care. The compress has an outer and a removable inner filled with unique BodyBeads. Please do not use if you are allergic to any natural grain. If you are a contact lens wearer please follow advice from your practitioner. The Ice Doctor helps with the symptoms of: Inflammation/swelling Tired/itchy/puffy/sore eyes Hayfever/allergies Sinus headaches/migraine It is placed in its bag in the freezer for at least 2 hours and then removed from the bag and applied to closed eyes until symptoms are relieved.

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