February 7, 2022
Sponsored by OmniActive
Dry eye affects hundreds of millions of people throughout the world. It is even logged as one of the most common complaints for people seeking eye care. A natural, stable tear film is considered a hallmark of ocular health, but changes in the makeup of the tear film affect our eye health and comfort. And while artificial tears are the most common way to deal with occasional dry eye, consumers seek a holistic solution with 70% perceiving supplements to be just as or more effective than their current therapy.
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