Japanese Eye Drops
Japanese eye drops: are they effective?
- normalization of the metabolism of the eyeball
- removal of inflammation and inhibition of inflammatory processes
- moisturizing and preventing drying
- protection of the optic nerve
- nutrition of the eyes with essential vitamins
- relieve fatigue and tension.
Japanese Eye Drop Makers
Useful tips on Japanese Eye Drops
Japan is known for its innovative technologies in medicine and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The Japanese people work very hard. Unfortunately, this creates an extremely heavy burden on their eyes. Overworking provokes eye fatigue, eye redness and creates many potential problems. In order to figth these effects, people in Japan use eye drops. Eyedrops from Japan have been used for a long time. These products are widely sold in pharmacies and drug stores throughout the country freely. They don't need any prescription. At the same time, Japanese eye drops have proven certified medical effects and pass all the necessary clinical tests. All the drops in our store are certified medicines for eyes of the second category by Japanese goverment classification.
Who may need Japanese Eye Drops?
If you are tired of working with computer, if you have a nape ache or stiff shoulders, if during the daytime or in the morning you or your loved ones suffer from eye redness or enlarged blood vessels in eyes - we suggest that you to pay attention to Japanese eye drops. They are convenient in storage, they can be carried anywhere. Eye drops from Japan do not require pipettes or special appliances. It is enough to apply it on your eyes periodically. Usually 2-6 times a day, a minimal interval of 2 hours required. Just use them when symptoms of fatigue, strain or eye redness appear. Please consult specialists and pay attention to precautions and contraindication. We are here to help. Please feel free to ask any question. If you are interested how to apply eye drops from Japan, how to use Japanese eye drops depending on symptoms, how to store them etc, please refer to our blog article: