BENEFITS

ComfortClear Lid Wipes are designed to gently cleanse the sensitive skin around the eyes, to help soothe irritated, inflamed eyelids (when used as a lid wipe or as a compress) and are 4X larger than other similar products.

BENEFITS OF COMFORTCLEAR

ComfortClear™ Lid Wipes gently cleanse the sensitive skin around the eyes without needing to rinse afterwards. Patients may be more compliant with a daily lid hygiene regimen that includes ComfortClear Lid Wipes because they are easy to use and come pre-moistened and conveniently packaged to use while on-the-go.

DAILY LID HYGIENE: Keeping eyelids and eyelashes free of debris is an important part of any daily lid hygiene routine.

CLEANSING: Regularly cleaning the eyelids helps them function properly and may help with dry, flaking skin around the eyes.

NO RINSING: ComfortClear Lid Wipes gently cleanse the sensitive skin around the eyes without needing to rinse afterwards.

USE ON-THE-GO: Using ComfortClear Lid Wipes as a daily lid hygiene regimen is easy because the wipes come pre-moistened and conveniently packaged to use while on-the-go.

WARM COMPRESS

In addition, cleansing, done in combination with warm massage of the eyelid, has multifactorial benefits especially on the function of the lacrimal gland. This includes encouraging expression of the meibum, which are glands of the eyelids that discharge a fatty secretion which lubricates the eyelids. Meibum expression, especially from blocked or partially blocked ducts, is enhanced if the eyelid is warmed during the process to reduce the waxiness and increase the fluidity of the gland. [1]

ComfortClear Lid Wipes may be used as a warm compress (which may also help reduce inflammation due to expressing blocked ducts) and may help soothe irritated eyelids.

How to use as a warm compress

Immerse the unopened foil pouch in warm water. (40°C, 104°F) for 3-5 minutes.

Wash hands thoroughly.

Remove wipe from foil pouch, do not unfold.

Apply folded wipe to eye within a few minutes.

With eyes closed, gently massage eyes with wipe.

Repeat steps 1-5 with a new wipe on the other eye.

COOL COMPRESS

A cold compress is normally used to protect the body tissue by slowing the metabolic rate and reducing swelling around the injury. Cold compresses can be used to treat ocular allergies, to reduce swelling around the eyes and to reduce ocular itching. [2]

You may use ComfortClear as a cooling compress to help soothe and comfort your eyelids.

How to use as a cold compress

Chill foil pouch in refrigerator for at least 1 hour (DO NOT FREEZE).

Wash hands thoroughly.

Remove wipe from foil pouch, do not unfold.

Apply folded wipe to eye to closed eye.

Repeat steps 1-4 with a new wipe on the other eye.

PARABEN, ALCOHOL, FRAGRANCE, AND SILICONE FREE

Knowing what is in our products is great but it’s also important to know what is not in our product that makes it a benefit to you:

Parabens and Alcohols can cause drying or irritation to the skin, especially the sensitive area around the eyes. [3] ComfortClear is paraben and alcohol free.

Allergies and asthma still remain the biggest side effect of artificial fragrances and studies reveal that women are the most susceptible to these. [4] ComfortClear is fragrance free.

Silicones may prevent moisture from getting into pores, dehydrating your pores and throwing your skin’s natural regulatory processes off-balance. Silicones could also be clogging your pores but manifesting as dryness and dullness. [5] ComfortClear is silicone free.

ALL IN A LARGER, PREMIUM WIPE

ComfortClear is at least 4X bigger, as compared to other product brands of lid wipes!

ComfortClear Carton and Package

Conquer today with ComfortClear

ComfortClear is a premium eye care lid wipe that is large enough to cleanse the whole face and helps to leave you feeling fresh (no alcohol or fragrance added). 

[1] Benitez-del-Castillo, J. M. (2012, October 25). How to promote and preserve eyelid health. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3484726/

[2] Cold Compresses. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.randeye.com/cold-compresses/

[3] Mirick, D. K., Davis, S., & Thomas, D. B. (2002, October 16). Antiperspirant use and the risk of breast cancer. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12381712

[4] Steinemann, A. (2016, November 14). Health and societal effects from exposure to fragranced consumer products. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211335516301449

[5] Silicones and Acne. (2012, December 04). Retrieved from https://www.acne.org/forums/topic/306666-silicones-and-acne-sharing-some-info/