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Clinitas® eye care range: Zero preservatives, maximum hyaluronate


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New and improved Clinitas® Eye Compress recommended to help relax away the symptoms of…dry eye disease, MGD (Blepharitis) and chalazion (Eyelid Cysts), and the associated symptoms of grittiness, irritation and sore eyes.

The combination of warming, massage, cleansing and lubrication is the best way to tackle blepharitis, eyelid crusting and blocked meibomian glands.

Clinitas® sodium hyaluronate eye drops offer soothing, long-lasting dry eye relief in BOTH resealable individual droppers and multidose soft dropper formats.

New Clinitas® 0.2% sodium hyaluronate is now available for mild to moderate dry eye and is an addition to Clinitas Soothe® 0.4 per cent sodium hyaluronate for moderate and severe dry eye.  Our eye drops are preservative-free and contact lens friendly.

Clinitas Hydrate® is an overnight liquid gel, containing 0.2 per cent Carbomer.  It is an easy to use liquid gel drop for everyday ocular use.


All products are available to order directly from wholesalers including AAH & Enterprise, Numark & Phoenix and Sigma.

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