An All-Natural Daily Treatment for Ocular Surfaces Introducing CLIRADEX® Light

If you are suffering from ocular symptoms, most likely you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms:

– Dry, Puffy, Watery Eyes
– Burning Sensation
– Eyelid Redness, Swelling
– Irritation and Itchiness
– Discharge


There are many microorganisms living around the eyelids. They may not be harmful if there is a balance of the number of species and their quantities. However, ocular symptoms can be caused by microorganism overgrowth on and around the eyelids. If the eyelids are properly cleansed, symptoms can be controlled. However, if no action is taken, a mild irritation can become more severe issues such as blepharitis or meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), that can affect quality of vision.

Luckily, there is CLIRADEX® Light, an all-natural, preservative-free lid, lash and facial cleanser. CLIRADEX® Light is safe and easy to use daily. CLIRADEX® Light, formulated with 2% 4-Terpineol, gets to the root of the symptoms, killing bacteria and alleviating redness and dryness associated with many eye conditions. 4-Terpineol is the most important component of tea tree oil, which helps to keep the eyelids clean and healthy. 4-Terpineol is proven effective in killing demodex (a type of microorganism found on and around the eye lids) in concentrations as low as 1%*. In another study**, CLIRADEX® Light is also found effective to eradicate bacteria and fungi commonly found on and around the eyelids and is well tolerated.

CLIRADEX® Light foaming cleanser is a new refreshing, soothing, and gentle product for ocular hygiene, is for patients with dry eyes, blepharitis, and meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). CLIRADEX® Light works by safely and effectively cleaning microorganisms and debris from eyelids and is meant to be part of a daily ocular hygiene routine. CLIRADEX® Light comes in a foaming dispenser canister intended for 30 days of use and should be stored at room temperature.

*Tighe et al, Terpinen-4-ol is the Most Active Ingredient of Tea Tree Oil to Kill Demodex Mites, Transl Vis Sci Technol, 2013,2(7):2.
** Su C-W, et al. BMJ Open Ophth 2018;3:e000094. doi:10.1136/bmjophth-2017-000094

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