Vista Meibo Eyelid Cleansing Wipes (30 pack)
Designed for quick and effective cleansing of the eyelids and eyelid margins.
- Tea Tree Oil, an all-natural essential oil is ideal to treat bacterial, parasitic and fungal skin infections
- Tea Tree Oil also soothes itchy, red and irritated eyelids
- Glycerin & Panthenol moisturize and revitalize your skin
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Vista Meibo Eyelid Cleansing Wipes
Most people wash their faces daily to keep their skin looking and feeling its best. Almost nobody, however, thinks about eyelid hygiene. This sorely neglected area deserves some much-needed love—particularly if you are one of the many millions of Americans suffering from dry eye syndrome, blepharitis, Demodex (mites), or other conditions of the eye. Giving your lids a little TLC can go a long way to maintaining healthy eyes.
The eyelid is actually a highly complex structure that serves several vital functions for maintaining optimal visual acuity. Your lids protect the fragile corneal lens from scratches by blocking debris, and they keep your eyes feeling hydrated by smoothly distributing tears and oils across the ocular surface. Right near the lash line, the lids contain the meibomian glands, which are responsible for producing an oily substance that gets incorporated into the tear film. The oil helps prevent your tears from evaporating too quickly—which is crucial since tears deliver nutrients, are antimicrobial, and keep your eyes moisturized. When the meibomian glands are not functioning properly, the eyes become dry, more prone to bacterial infections, sore, and crusty.
Eyelid Hygiene and Health
Our intricate and sensitive eyelids are prone to several problematic conditions, including meibomian gland dysfunction, dry eye syndrome, blepharitis, Demodex, and allergic and dermatological issues. Treating these conditions requires specific care that typically includes cleansing the eyelid. Individuals who wear contact lenses or those who have (or will be) undergoing eye surgery can also benefit by maintaining proper eyelid hygiene.
Sensitive eyelids are easily irritated by excess oil, debris, pollen, dry scaly skin, and other contaminants. In addition, the meibomian glands can become blocked, which can lead to dry eye syndrome and an inflammatory condition called blepharitis. Individuals with blepharitis may have sore, red, or swollen eyelids, and they might also develop flakes or oily particles that encrust the eyelashes. Individuals with oily skin, dandruff, or rosacea are particularly prone to this condition.
Disturbingly, plenty of critters and creepy crawlies call your eyelids home. These include bacteria, viruses, and fungi, as well as the nightmare fuel known as Demodex. Demodex is an infestation of the eyelids— tiny parasitic mites inhabit and lay eggs in and around the eyelash follicles. These eight-legged pests are most active at night and munch on skin cells and oily secretions (sebum) using pin-like mouthparts. Clinical symptoms include burning, itchiness sensitivity, rough, scaly skin, and flaking around the lashes. Demodex is more common in men than women and individuals with oily skin, dandruff, or rosacea.
Pre and Post Op Eyelid Care
Proper eyelid hygiene is vital for patients undergoing Lasik, cataracts, or glaucoma surgery. Your doctor may require you to use an antiseptic cleanser both before and after eye surgery to minimize the risk of infection or inflammation caused by bacteria and viruses.
Vista Meibo Eyelid Cleansing Wipes (30 pack)
Vista Meibo Eyelid Cleansing Wipes were scientifically developed by leading eye doctors to be a simple, effective way to cleanse and maintain the health of the eyelid. The wipes conveniently remove excess oil, skin, and scaley build-up without irritating the sensitive skin around the eye. They were designed to easily reach the margins of your eye to prevent contaminants from blocking tear ducts and meibomian glands.
Vista Meibo Eyelid Cleansing Wipes contain Tea Tree oil—an all-natural, essential oil that has been used in Australia for nearly a century. It is renowned for its antiseptic properties making it an ideal ingredient to treat bacterial, parasitic, and fungal skin infections. It promotes healing by increasing the activity of white blood cells—the part of the immune system that attacks foreign microbes that can do harm to your eyes. Tea Tree oil is also an anti-inflammatory and helps to soothe itchy, red, and irritated eyelids.
- A natural remedy for treating bacterial and fungal skin conditions, preventing infections and promotes healing
- Contains terpinen-4-ol that has been shown to kill certain bacteria, viruses, and fungi
- Helps increase activity of white blood cells to help fight against germs and foreign invaders
- Reduces eyelid irritation with its antibacterial properties
Glycerin & Panthenol:
- Moisturizes and revitalizes your skin
Polysorbate 20, Polysorbate 80:
- Are versatile surfactants are water-soluble products that are used as emulsifiers, solubilizers, wetting agents, and dispersants throughout the cosmetics and personal care industries
Water, Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, Polysorbate 80, Panthenol, Hypericum Perforatum Oil, Hippophae Rhamnoides Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil (terpinen-4-ol), Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate Triethanolamine, Lactic Acid, Caprylyl Glycol
- Gently but effectively removes oil, debris, pollen, dry scaly skin, and other contaminants that can cause irritation
For external use only
- Some oil ingredients may cause an allergic reaction
When using this product
- Do not touch the eye surface
Stop use and ask a doctor if
- You experience dermatitis or skin irritation
Keep out of reach of children
- If swallowed get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center
- Wash hands and remove contact lenses prior to use
- Open packet and unfold pre-moistened wipe. Wrap wipe over finger
- Close the eye and gently wipe the eyelid using side-to-side strokes. You may experience a slight tingling (menthol-like) sensation due to Tea Tree Oils natural antibacterial properties
- Repeat for the other eyelid
- Rinsing is not required
- Protect from direct sunlight heat and humidity
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It leaves a nice cooling affect on eyelids after I have removed makeup and gently washed area.
Never used an eye wipe before. I was recommended this by my eye doctor for clogged pores in my eye. The tingling bothered me first but I was explained that it is tea tree oil that is an antiseptic. Use it daily to avoid eye problems. Works great!