The BEST Dry Eye Treatment at Home? – NuLids Dry Eye Device Review

Is the NuLids Dry Eye Device the #1 at home dry eye treatment? 👉Check it out yourself here:

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Note: Dry eye syndrome can be complicated by other forms of ocular surface disease and it is always best to consult with your local eye care professional if you are experiencing any eye pain or vision changes.

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Eyelid Cleansers that can be used with NuLids:
Ocusoft Lid Scrub Plus:
Hypochlorous Acid:
Ocusoft Hypochlorous acid:

Any Gel lubricating eye drop

My Other favorite dry eyes treatment home remedies
1. Hot Compress for Eyes (Ones I like)
Tear Restore Heat Compress
Eye Love Warm Compress
Bruder Eye Mask

2. Omega 3 fatty acids
*always speak with your local physician before taking any supplement
-Omega 3 I have tried or had success with
EyeLove Brand
Omega 3s and Eye Vitamins for Eye Health

3. Lubricating eye drops

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About this video: Do you have dry eye syndrome and looking for a home remedy for dry eye? In this video, Joseph J. Allen OD FAAO from Dr Eye Health does a Nulids review. If you are looking for a dry eye home remedy or just looking for other options for dry eye treatments, then this video may help you. If you are struggling with severe dry eye syndrome symptoms it is important to follow up with a specialist in either optometry or ophthalmology that is trained in dry eye syndrome management.

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