YOUR EYES NEED TOTAL LID CARE – Naturale with Aloe Vera!
What is TOTAL LID CARE Naturale (TLC)?
Most cases of itchy, dry, red, irritated eyes are often a result of poor health of their eyelids. The standard of care for the treatment of inflamed eyelids (blepharitis) has been the use of warm compresses to the lids, artificial tears, and usually a prescription antibiotic ointment. TLC Naturale is an all natural, ophthalmologist developed, product to control the itching, redness, burning, and pain of dry eyes. Contains NO petrolatum, paraffin, mineral oil, synthetic fragrances or colors. Hypoallergenic, vegetarian, no animal testing or by products, made in the USA!
The real discomfort from dry eyes comes from the inflammatory reaction that follows the surface dryness. TLC Naturale addresses these symptoms – naturally. TLC Naturale effectively replaces the prescription antibiotic ointment with an all natural anti-oxidant/anti-inflammatory formula that can be used as needed for as long as needed without the cost, hassle, and side effects of prolonged antibiotic usage.
Ingredients include antioxidants plus an anti-inflammatory all in a soothing non-petrolatum ointment. TLC Naturale is designed to be placed on the lid margins nightly. It is advised to use a warm compress to the lids for at least two minutes each morning. This, along with the use of artificial tears during the day as needed, will help put a stop to dry eye symptoms!
TLC Naturale is an ointment recommended to be used only at bedtime as it can blur the vision.
- Your eyes feel dry and gritty in the morning.
- Your eyes are red, burn, tear, and occasionally have a foreign body sensation.
- Your lid margins are always red.
- There is matter that hardens and sticks to your lashes and the corners of your eye, especially in the morning.
- You have to blink too often to clear your vision, especially when reading or using the computer.
- You are intolerant of contact lenses.
- Your eyes feel dry but occasionally tear excessively.
- You have rosacea.
TLC Naturale, along with use of a warm compress to the lids in the morning, will make most people with dry eye symptoms feel better. It usually takes years for people to become symptomatic with blepharitis, so do not be surprised if you need to perform the recommended lid care for at least two to three weeks before you experience a substantial improvement. The longer you keep it up, the better you will be.