Best Warm Compress for Dry Eyes? – Tear Restore Warm Compress Review

Is the new Tear Restore the best warm compress for dry eyes? In this video we review the pros and cons of this new warm compress design! Check it out here:

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Warm compresses are often recommended as a dry eye treatment early on for the management of evaporative dry eye disease, often as a result of Meibomian gland dysfunction. Warm compresses (also known as hot compresses) are used to melt rancid, solidified oils trapped in the eyelids. This allows for the oils to run smoothly out of the oil glands and allow for new oils to be produced.

The Tear Restore is a newly designed hot compress for dry eyes. It features a warming eye pack that allows for the users eyes to remain open during the treatment process. The main advantage the Tear Restore offers as a warm compress is the convenience of doing a hot compress while still being able to see and stay productive.

Another benefit of this type of warm compress is that because the eyelids are open, it allows for blinking action to help pump the solidified oils out of the Meibomian glands.

‚≠źHelpful Tips ūüĎÄ
-Warm compresses work best by
-Providing constant heat
-Do them for at LEAST 10 minutes at a time
-Repeat at least daily for dry eye symptoms or as often as prescribed by your eye doctor.

PRO TIP: Gentle massage over the eyelids will help push melted oils out of the blocked Meibomian glands and allow them to produce new oils.

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About This Video:
In this video, Joseph J. Allen, OD FAAO from Doctor Eye Health reviews the Tear Restore hot compress and if it’s the best warm compress for dry eyes. In general, warm compresses for the eyes can be used for styes, dry eyes and for blepharitis. This video focuses on the benefits of using a heat compress for dry eyes and how the tear restore could help.

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