The Eye Doctor Essential®
The Eye Doctor Essential® hot and cold eye compress featuring Sterileyes®. Sterileyes® is an antibacterial shield on the compress, clinically proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria tested. The patented solution is bound to the fibres of the fabrics to protect the eyes from potentially harmful bacteria.
The Eye Doctor Essential® hot eye compress helps relieve symptoms of various eye conditions and complications. Filled with BodyBeads® self-hydrating technology. Your ideal partner for relieving a range of eye conditions & complications...naturally. This product can be used in excess of 200 times and can be heated in the microwave.
BodyBeads® has passed all appropriate independent safety tests. It is non-toxic, non-flammable and is proven to be more resistant to overheating than natural grain*.
The Eye Doctor Essential® is a Registered Class 1 Medical Device with the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
How does The Eye Doctor Essential® work?
The Eye Doctor Essential® externally heats the eyelids. The warmth stimulates the glands to give relief from the tension and irritation of the eyes. There is strong scientific research showing that heating the eyelid to the recommended temperature will help treat the various conditions listed. Click here for more details.
What is in The Eye Doctor Essential® treatment pack?
Your treatment pack includes:
• The Eye Doctor Essential®
• Instruction booklet
"The Eye Doctor is a simple and effective, reusable solution in treating a wide range of eye conditions."Dr Hilary Jones, GP, TV Presenter, Medical Broadcaster, Author and Public Speaker
"A lot of what I have seen on the market doesn't look as professional and feel as nice as your products. The strap and the fact it's washable is a huge plus. I shall definitely be recommending it!"The-Body-Doctor.com CustomerMarch 2017
"In my opinion The Eye Doctor is the best quality eye mask on the market. Not only do I love it for my eyes, but it appears to be my patient’s first choice microwavable hot compress."Dr Colin Parsloe, Medical Officer in Ophthalmology, The Milton Keynes, University Hospital