Blepharitis consists of an inflammation of the tissue that forms the eyelid.
Often, its origin is due to a malfunction of the small glands that are in the eyelid margin. Under normal conditions, these glands produce a fatty secretion that helps lubricate the surface of the eye and the inner face of the eyelids, preventing the evaporation of tears.
In patients with blepharitis, these glands are clogged, their secretions become stagnant and fatty acids are formed that irritate the ocular surface. The margin of the eyelids is shown in these cases inflamed, reddened, with small scales and also presents a bacterial infection.
The severity of blepharitis varies considerably from one individual to another. In some cases, it represents only a discrete nuisance, creating mild intermittent irritation. In others, it is a more serious disease that can even affect vision.
- All Skin Types
- Twice a day
- Day and Night
No side effects related to the use of Oftalses Blepha Defense have been detected. If discomfort is detected, discontinue use of this product and consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Oftalses Blepha Defense should not be used together with ophthalmic drugs.
If you have hypersensitivity to phenoxyethanol or parabens (ethylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben, and isobutylparaben.), You should not use Oftalses Blepha Defense.
Apply to the closed eye. If it is applied involuntarily with the eye open, you may feel a slight burning momentarily that disappears shortly without causing any damage.
Stop use if irritation appears.
External use only.
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not apply to damaged skin.