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VisualEyes

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  • Capsules
£11.26

What our customers say

  • Jean Reynolds

    Review

    i have been using it for nany years and as a preventative as it includes all the good things for eye health

    Jan 17 2019 4
Product Description
  • Comprehensive eye support formula for all ages
  • Particularly important for those who spend long periods of time looking at screens 
  • Provides DHA*, vitamins A and B2, and zinc which all contribute to the maintenance of normal vision 
  • Complete with anthocyanidin-rich bilberry long associated with the eyes
  • Comprehensive vegan formula with 10 active ingredients

Whatever your age, if you wish to support, protect and nourish your eyes from within, look no further! The newly re-formulated VisualEyes has higher strength actives including 8 times more lutein from a concentrated source, and high concentrations of our new ingredients - meso-zeaxanthin and vegan DHA for proven eyesight benefits*. Meso-zeaxanthin is a carotenoid known to be concentrated in the centre of the macula at the back of the eye and along with lutein and zeaxanthin is recommended by opticians in order to maintain sharp vision and healthy eyes. *Beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250mg DHA.

Light is essential for us to see, but can also be damaging. Unless the eye has adequate protection, light creates harmful free radicals (unstable oxygen molecules, which if left unchecked can severely damage cells) in the eye. This can lead to impaired eyesight, particularly as we grow older. Smoke, pollution and even our diet (e.g., hydrogenated fats, alcohol) can also create harmful free radicals. The body makes its own antioxidants to quench these free radicals, but it also relies on natural antioxidants in our diet for full protection.This powerful formulation contains both vitamin C and zinc which are antioxidants that contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

Eye care is important for everyone, but particularly if you spend long periods of time looking at screens, be they computers, tablets, phones or the TV screen. Prolonged screen time can lead to irritated, dry eyes, fatigue and blurry vision. Not only that, but factors such as a diet lacking in sufficient fruits and vegetables., pollution, prolonged sun exposure and natural ageing can all be risk factor for conditions such as cataracts and macular degeneration.