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Ocular Health


Key Benefits


  • 2X greater moisture retention compared to plain Hyaluronic acid alone1*
  • Improved ocular re-epithelialization compared to plain Hyaluronic acid alone2*
  • Reduces symptoms In pre- and post-surgical patients3
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Features & Technology

  • Combines HP-Guar® and hyaluronic acid, shown to provide 2x greater moisture retention compared to drops which contain hyaluronic acid alone4
  • HP-Guar® acts as an elastic matrix that holds the active ingredients (PEG/PG) on the ocular surface for rapid relief5
  • Easy dosing due to the handy Drop-TainerTM bottle
Features and Technology

Patient Benefit


  • Long lasting relief from peri operative dry eye1
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*in an in vitro study #US patent no: US 10828320B2,10 Nov, 2020


1. Rangarajan R, Kraybill B, Ogundele A, Ketelson H. Effect of a hyaluronic acid/hydroxypropyl guar artificial tear solution on protection, recovery, and lubricity in models of corneal epithelium. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2015;31(8):491-497.
2. Carlson E, Kao WWY, Ogundele A. Impact of Hyaluronic Acid-Containing Artificial Tear Products on Reepithelialization in an In Vivo Corneal Wound Model. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2018;34(4):360-364
3. Favuzza E, Cennamo M, Vicchio L, Giansanti F, Mencucci R. Protecting the Ocular Surface in Cataract Surgery: The Efficacy vof the Perioperative Use of a Hydroxypropyl Guar and Hyaluronic Acid Ophthalmic Solution. Clin Ophthalmol. 2020 Jun 26;14:1769-1775
4. Davitt WF, Bloomenstein M, Christensen M, Martin AE. Efficacy in patients with dry eye after treatment with a new lubricant eye drop formulation. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2010;26(4):347-353. 3. Rolando M, Autori S, Badino F, Barabino S. Protecting the ocular surface and improving the quality of life of dry eye patients: a study of the efficacy of an HP-guar containing ocular lubricant in a population of dry eye patients. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2009;25(3):271-278. 


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