Life Extension, Brite Eyes III, 2 Vials (5 ml each)
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Brite Eyes III
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1973918 on Oct 11, 2008
Doesn't appear to work for clearing cataracts.
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Posted by Reviewer1079910 on Oct 23, 2009
I have used this product twice every day for nearly two years on dog with cataracts, small and developing. The cataracts are now severe and nearing the point of blindness. The first 6 months appeared to have slowed the development but now seems to have no affect. The product was touted as being able to reduce and eliminate cataract development. I believe it is no longer of real benefit to the dog.
Eye drops impossible to open and drip into eyes
Posted by Reviewer2631717 on Apr 20, 2014
This is one of several companies making these NAC eyedrops - for cataracts. These bottles are cheaply made and the hole made by screwing the cap down is always different in size AND SHAPE so that either no drops come out or I get doused like with a garden hose. Every other company makes proper bottles.
Why can't Lief Extension also put these drops into a good bottle?
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2700235 on Aug 07, 2008
I have a diabetic dog that has lost much of his eyesight due to diabetic cataracts. This product has 1% N-Acetyl Carnosine, which according to some research has been helpful in reversing cataracts. Din-Din has been on the Brite eyes treatment for about 3 weeks now, and I have noticed a very slight shrinking of the cataracts in one of his eyes. It is too early to determine if it is working, but we remain hopeful.
concerned about the acids in Brite Eyes 111
Posted by Reviewer3212128 on Sep 22, 2014
I am almost through the second little bottle of Brite Eyes III and plan to not continue its use as I think it may be counter productive. I find the stinging that the drops cause make my eyes water so much that possibly any benefit that might have been washes out. I do not understand why the boric acid and citric acid would be put in eye drops to cause such a result.
I have read Ocluvet for dogs doesn't have these acids. I would appreciate any comments.