After a tiring week, some of us can afford the luxury of visiting spa’s and wellness centers. Their therapy relaxes and rejuvenates us to tackle a yet another hectic week. However, none of them offer services for the eyes only. Being an avid reader and an active member of our city’s book club, this is a topic that most of us members discuss every time we meet. Reading a book a week is common for most of us, and for a reader like me, this can go to a couple of books a week. Though the books engage and interest me, they do not really interest my eyes; it is highly tiring and straining for them. Moreover, we all agreed that we are constantly straining our eyes due to the usage of computer, laptop, tablet, mobile or TV Screen. Also, we are always exposed to the air – conditioned environment, and if not, we are in a dry, dusty or windy weather. By working for long hours or travelling long distances, we are bound to get our eyes tired and stressed. Since sometime, I was looking for a relieving solution to this problem and I have found it in this product which is my first product review blog of 2016.
Under the brand name of LifeZen, this ‘Eye Spa’ is an effective solution for dry, tired and stressed eyes. It would not be an exaggeration if I say that it is a revolutionary “2 drop 2-minute eye spa”. Not only does it cool and hydrate our eyes, but also refreshes it. Moreover, it acts as an effective lubricant that replaces the naturally produced tears. Also, it provides long lasting relief to strained eye.
Before reviewing this unique product, I tried and tested it for a week and the results were promising. The LifeZen Eye Spa is one of the best eye drops for dry eyes. When I decided to go into the technicalities, I came to know that it uses a well trusted, unique composition of sodium carboxy-methyl cellulose (CMC), 0.5% w/v solution that is the highest recommended formula by ophthalmologists and has been pronounced safe and gentle to use by leading practitioners and drug regulatory bodies in India.
The product is priced at a modest Rs. 95 and comes in a very attractive packaging. To use it, one has to twist the cap to open the seal. As far as the dosage is concerned, one can use 1 or 2 drops in the affected eyes as needed. It is important to note that it is for external use only, and not for injection.
I would definitely recommend this product and wouldn’t be surprised if it becomes a household name in the days to come!