Hylo-Comod Eye Drops 10 ml

£12,96
£12,32
(£123,16 / 100 ml)
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Description of Hylo-Comod Eye Drops

As a matter of fact, the tear film that covers the ocular surface has a fairly complicated structure. An outermost thin lipid layer slows down the evaporation of the underlying aqueous phase. The aqueous phase plays an important role in supplying the ocular surface with oxygen and nutrients. An even distribution of the tear film over the eye is guaranteed by a third, i.e. a mucin layer, which is in direct contact with the cornea and conjunctiva. An insufficient tear film production or a change in its composition means that the tear film can no longer form a continuous layer, i.e. it breaks up (Figure 2). As a consequence, the ocular surface cells are deprived of oxygen and nutrients leading to cellular damage that in turn causes itching, burning and a foreign body sensation. These symptoms are often accompanied by pain. In the advanced stage dry eyes can lead to a damage of the cornea and conjunctiva.

Preservative and phosphate free in the patented COMOD® device
Preservatives, which are designed to prevent contamination of eye drops during storage and use, can affect the natural tear film and damage the cells of the ocular surface. Furthermore, they can cause intolerance reactions1. Modern ocular lubricants are therefore preservative free. This also applies to HYLO-COMOD® as it is provided in the patented COMOD® multi-dose device that, in a unique way, prevents contamination of its contents. Phosphates that are widely used in eye drops can also have a harmful effect on an already damaged cornea2. The binding of phosphate to calcium, which is released from damaged corneal cells, may lead to the formation of sparingly soluble calcifications that can permanently impair vision. Therefore, eye drops used on a dry and damaged ocular surface should not contain phosphates. HYLO-COMOD® is phosphate free and therefore presents no risk of corneal calcification.
 
HYLO-COMOD®: proven a million times over
Eye drops containing 0.1 % sodium hyaluronate provided in the COMOD® device
Compatible with contact lenses
Preservative free and citrate-buffered, i.e. phosphate free
Very economical, hence low treatment costs
Hylo-Comod Eye Drops 10 ml
£12,96
£12,32
(£123,16 / 100 ml)

Latest reviews and experiences with Hylo-comod eye drops

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  • 5/5
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    I have severe dry eyes and this is the best lubrication I have ever used out of probably hundreds of different types. Using this product also makes it possible to wear my soft contact lenses 100% comfortably
  • 5/5
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    This is the second time that I had ordered Hylo Eye drops from you, and I am very much satisfied with your service. I am looking forward to order more stuf from you in the near future. Thank you
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    the web site, clearly represented the product i was looking for and offered similar alternatives. The service was excellent service and the delivery was rapidly executed.
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    I have been using Hylocomod- for 15 years and is in my opinion the best product for dry eye syndrome. Also I am very happy with the service you provided. Yours truly Joanne vanderveldt

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You can order Hylo-Comod Eye Drops by Ursapharm, produced by URSAPHARM BENELUX , in United Kingdom at FARMALINE by visiting the following category:
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