VISTA® Meibo Tears (10 ml)
Advanced relief for dry eye, revitalizing the lipid layer of the tears.
- Propylene Glycol 0.6% to attract and lock in moisture for additional comfort
- Provides soothing relief from wearing contact lenses and environmental factors such as wind, smoke, sun, dry air, air conditioning and prolonged use of computers
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VISTA® Meibo Tears
Little compares to the discomfort and irritation associated with dry eyes. When your eyes feel inflamed, itchy, and tired, getting through the day can seem nearly impossible. Dry eye can not only completely undermine your productivity at work, it can reduce your ability to recharge while relaxing.
If you have or are currently experiencing dry eye, then you are certainly not alone. Roughly 30 to 50% of people experiencing the symptoms of dry eye at some point. For an estimated 16 million Americans1, their condition is persistent and is classified as dry eye disease (DED). Not everyone seeks help for their dry eye symptoms, thus the actual number of people suffering from DED is likely higher. This is problematic since our sensitive eyes rely on tears for adequate moisture, nourishment, and defensive support against microbial invaders (e.g., bacteria, viruses, fungi) and debris. Consequently, dry eyes are often unhealthy eyes.
Various factors can leave our eyes feeling left high and dry—some issues are inherent to the individual while others are due to outside influences.
Dry Eye Causes
Ultimately dry eye is caused by problems associated with tear production. Tears—far from being just drops of water—are a highly complex mixture of an aqueous solution, phospholipids (oils), and mucus. The oily component of tears slows the evaporation of tears and distributes tears evenly across the eye. With every blink, healing tears remove cellular waste and coat the ocular surface protecting delicate eyes from infection and debris.
Some people produce too few tears, while others produce poor-quality tears that lack the lipids essential for stabilizing the tear film. Both issues can occur in isolation or simultaneously. If left untreated, the condition can worsen over time resulting in severe inflammation and physical damage to the eye's surface.
Dry eye disease is exacerbated by the demands and conveniences of modern life. Whether it is for work or leisure, many people spend long hours looking at blue light-emitting electronic screens (e.g., computers, smartphones, tablets, etc). This can lead to dryness and eye strain since fixating on screens causes our blink rate to drop dramatically—from approximately 20 per minute down to 4!
Relatedly, poor sleeping habits—which is often a consequence of long work hours and exposure to blue light—can intensify dry eye. Most people are sleep deprived to some degree, and in addition, roughly 10% of people sleep with their eyes partially open! This condition, known as nocturnal lagophthalmos, exposes eyes to desiccating air overnight. This leaves even well-rested individuals with eyes that feel tired and dry in the morning.
Dry eye can be the result of eating an unbalanced diet (with too few carotenoids and fatty acids) and exposure to dry or polluted air. It is more common among older individuals, people taking certain medications, individuals wearing contact lenses, or those who have undergone eye surgery (e.g., Lasik, glaucoma, or cataracts surgery).
Don’t Ignore Dry Eye
Just because dry eye is a widespread condition does not mean it is normal. Eyes require the unique concoction of compounds found in tears to stay hydrated and healthy. When too few tears are produced—or when the tears lack an oily layer and evaporate quickly—the eye enters a state of hyperosmolarity. When this occurs, the ocular surface is exposed, and a cascade of inflammatory events (e.g., the release of pro-inflammatory factors and cytokines) is kickstarted. Without adequate lubrication, the likelihood of mechanical damage to the ocular surface increases significantly. This is analogous to running your windshield wipers without fluid. The friction can cause scratches on the eye especially when the debris is present. This uncomfortable, gritty sensation results in even more blinking, which perpetuates the nasty loop, and consequently, causes cell death. Consequently, dry eye should not be ignored and should be treated properly.
Combating Dry Eye
Combating the vicious cycle of dry eye syndrome requires advanced treatment. Eye drops are a simple solution that can be used to help lubricate irritated and tired eyes directly. Bear in mind, however, that tears are an incredibly sophisticated substance. Most drops are simply a lackluster substitute for the real deal.
VISTA® Meibo Tears
VISTA® Meibo Tears was formulated by leading eye specialists to combat chronic and severe cases of dry eye. It contains our highest concentration of Polyethylene Glycol (0.6%), which can hold three times its weight in moisture. Our most advanced eye drops help revitalize the lipid layer of the tear film. The lipid layer of the tear film is essential for maintaining ocular health and hydration. Any disruption can lead to the symptoms of dry eye, such as burning, sting, itching, redness, and irritation.
Severe dry eye is common among people who wear contact lenses, and naturally, among those with meibomian gland dysfunction (i.e., where the oil-producing glands become clogged).
If you are experiencing persistent dryness and discomfort, then you know that normal eye drops will not suffice. You need the relief that can only come from our most advanced eye drops designed to mimic the lipid layer of the tear film. VISTA® Meibo Tears helps to deliver the relief you deserve by supporting tear stabilization and lubrication.
Advanced relief for dry eye, revitalizing the lipid layer of the tears
Propylene Glycol has been found to:
- Attract moisture—in fact, it can hold up to three times its weight in moisture
- Lock moisture into the tears for additional comfort due to dry eye especially due to meibomian gland dysfunction
Lubricating drop that provides soothing relief from:
- Burning, irritation, and discomfort in the eye due to dryness
- Discomfort when wearing contact lenses
- Relief from discomfort due to environmental factors such as wind, smoke, sun, dry air, air conditioning, and prolonged use of computers
What is Oxychloro Complex?
Stabilized Oxychloro Complex is used in eye drops as a gentle preservative that converts to sodium and chloride ions, oxygen and water on the ocular surface and is well tolerated in comparison to BAK and leaves no preservative residue in the eye.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Active Ingredients Purpose
Propylene Glycol 0.6% w/v Lubricant
Hydroxypropyl Guar, Dimyristoyl Phosphatidylglycerol, Edetate Disodium, Mineral Oil, Soritan Tristearate, Polyoxyl 40 Stearate, Boric Acid, Sorbitol, Stabilized Oxychloro Complex 0.01% w/v, Purified Water
- For the temporary relief of irritation and burning due to dryness of the eye
For external use only
Do not use
- If this product changes color or becomes cloudy
- If seal is broken or punctured
When using this product
- Do not touch tip of bottle to any surface to avoid contamination
- Replace cap after each use
Stop use and ask a doctor if
- You experience eye pain
- Have changes in your vision
- Experience irritation or redness for longer than 48 hours
Keep out of reach of children
- If swallowed get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center
- Shake well before using
- Instill 1 or 2 drops in the affected eye(s) as needed
- Close your eyes for 10 seconds to allow for lubrication
- Store at room temperature (15-30°C, 59-86°F)
- Protect from direct sunlight and freezing temperatures
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Helped but burned
The burning didnt diminish with time or frequency. The drops did help.
It burns my eyes with just one drop!
This eye drop has worked like no other in helping my dry eyes!
Not good for me.
Giving it time
Some days, I think it's helping; other days (like today), it doesn't seem to make a difference. Also, my eyes tend to burn pretty bad when I use the drops.
Hello Vicki, Thank you for the feedback! Burning in eyes is very common symptom for people suffering from dry eyes. Please continue taking it to help with your condition.