Can-C Eye Drops are the most advanced eye formulation developed and contain lubricants together with a unique antioxidant called N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC).
Can-C Eye Drops help to soothe and rejuvenate tired eyes, helps with macular degeneration, cataracts and other age related eye disorders. Can-C eye drops for cataracts contain lubricants, an antioxidant and an anti-glycating agent, N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC). Glycation occurs as a result of nonenzymatic binding of sugar to protein, which eventually leads to tissue damage. This condition increases with age.
Benefits of Can-C Eye Drops:
- Can C cataract eye drops has been proven to reduce the occurrence and slow the development of senile cataract.
- Can C eye drops can assist to lower the intraocular pressure associated with glaucoma.
- Can C eye drops is also beneficial for contact lens disorders.
- Can C cataract eye drops have also been shown to help those suffering from presbyopia.
- Can C eye drops can be used to treat corneal disorders.
- Can C eye drops can combat eyestrain.
- Can C eye drops can ease computer vision syndrome.
- Can C eye drops can end the discomfort of ocular inflammation.
- Can C eye drops can restore normal sight to those inflicted with blurred vision.
- Can C eye drops can alleviate dry eye syndrome.
- Can C cataract drops have been used with great success in the fight against retinal diseases.
- Can C eye drops have been used in the treatment of vitreous opacities and lesions.
- Can C carnosine eye drops have a wealth of properties which can improve the function of the aging eye.
Find out more about Can-C Eye Drops in Shabir Daya's (Victoria Health's pharmacist) article Preventing Cataracts.
Directions: Use one or two cataract eye drops twice a day.
Note: Will Can-C eye drops work even though I wear contact lenses? Yes in fact they can benefit contact lens wearing in 2 ways, firstly they inhibit the accumulation of lactic acid, thereby reducing the pain associated with contacts and secondly the lubricants in Can-C make wearing the contacts more comfortable. One thing we would recommend is that contacts be removed as normal, the eye washed with cold water and gently dabbed dry and then apply the Can-C and wait 15-minutes (this gives the eye-drop time to pass through the membranes and enter the eye) before replacing the contact lens as normal. Note that although this is not an essential requirement, it may be beneficial to do so.
Antioxidants: N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC) - 1.0%, Glycerin (lubricant) - 1.0%., Carboxymethylcellulose sodium (lubricant) - 0.3%. Buffered with boric acid, citric acid and potassium bicarbonate, Sterile water (ophthalmic grade isotonic solution, pH 6.3 to 6.5), Purified benzyl alcohol (preservative).