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Blephaclean® are gentle sterile ready-to-use cleansing wipes, suitable for daily eyelid hygiene and to help treat eyelid inflammation, a common symptom of dry eye and Blepharitis.

20 sterile ready to use wipes

Product Details

No 1 in Europe including Ireland

Clinically proven
Medical CE device - specifically indicated to treat Blepharitis
Suitable for children 3 months and older
Ideal for all Dry Eye suf­fer­ers, includ­ing con­tact lens wearers
Rec­om­mend­ed by oph­thal­mol­o­gists for pre-and post-eye pro­ce­dures – seek advice from your eye care specialist

Con­ve­nience – Blephaclean wipes are ready-to-use, with no addi­tion­al pads required
Trav­el­ling – easy to car­ry in your bag or pocket
Cleans­ing treat­ment plan – Blephaclean wipes can be used for man­ag­ing inflam­ma­tion or infec­tion of the eye­lids such as Ble­phar­i­tis, Mei­bo­mi­an Gland dys­func­tion, Styes or Chalazia.
Safe to use pre-or post-surgery – with a rec­om­men­da­tion from your oph­thal­mol­o­gist, Blephaclean can help man­age any poten­tial infection.

How to use

Hygiene of eyelids and eyelashes:
Open a sachet and uphold the wipe inside. Keeping the eye closed, gently apply the pad to the eyelids and the base of the eyelashes. Carefully massage the eyelids with small circular movements, gently removing any crusts, secretions or make-up.

Hygiene of the eyelid margin:
In front of a mirror, carefully open the eyelids by lightly pulling on the lashes. Wrap the wipe round your first (index) finger and carefully nub the eyelid margin. Repeat on the other eye using a new wipe.

Used for

Blepharitis literally means ‘inflamed eyelids’. It can be the skin area around the eyelashes that is inflamed, or the area around the oil-producing (Meibomian) glands, or both. Blepharitis is not an eye infection, but you can have it alongside other eye infections. It is also the most common trigger for Dry Eye symptoms.