Ethos Bright Eyes – NAC Eye Drops for Glaucoma
Ethos Bright Eyes NAC Eye Drops for Cataracts
Ethos NAC Bright Eyes Drops dissolve cataracts without the need for invasive cataracts surgery. You may also take Ethos Endymion Powder supplement which is exactly the same as the 'magic' ingredient in the eye drops but is 99.9% pure and is taken orally as this then works from the inside out and helps the drops to work faster and more efficiently.
NAC eye drops may also be used to treat the majority of other eye conditions including Cataracts, Glaucoma, Floaters and Dry Eye Syndrome.
Also for treating the majority of other eye conditions including Cataracts, Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Floaters and Dry Eye Syndrome.
This is the comprehensive list of eye conditions Ethos Bright
Eyes NAC Eye Drops may help with
• Intraocular Pressure Associated With Glaucoma
• Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
• Vitreous Opacities and Lesions
• Computer Vision Syndrome
• Contact Lens Disorders
• Ocular Inflammation
• Dry Eye Syndrome
• Corneal Disorders
• Chronic Eye Strain
• Retinal disease
• Blurred vision
Instructions for Use
The suggested use of Ethos Bright Eyes for Glaucoma eye drops is to apply one drop in each eye, at least three times every day. Those with any kind of eye problems i.e. Glaucoma etc., should apply one drop several times a day or every two hours whenever possible, in each affected eye for maximum benefit. Although when treating only one eye, it would be advisable to apply one or two drops per day in the other eye to maintain good eye health in that eye also.
For serious problems, the product must be applied regularly for several months or more; however, it has been proven that regular, daily frequent use can speed up the healing process. Once an improvement has been felt, the dose can be reduced to a maintenance dose of one drop in each eye, once or twice daily.
Bright Eyes for Glaucoma eye drops are safe to use by both soft and hard contact lens wearers. The contact lenses should first be removed though, before applying the drops and can then be put back in again after allowing at least one minute for the drops to be absorbed into the eye.
When applying the eye drops, lean head back and look up. Place one drop at a time, in the middle of the eye and gently close the eye. Do not blink or re-open the eye for 60 seconds. Closing the eye allows each drop to be absorbed into the eye tissue. Blinking, even once or twice, may pump some of the solution out.