iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $8.50 (25% off)
Posted by Reviewer1404301 on May 24, 2010
Plain and simple as that. I'm using it on my dog and the improvement is noticeable.
Very satisfied: Ingenious product, reliable delivery
Posted by Reviewer2083277 on May 18, 2010
i ordered 3 boxes (6 vials) of the NAC eye-drops for my old doggie's cataracts. It's a super bargain, considering the veterinary version (ocluvet) cost 4 times as much. Surgery was not an option, given my very very old dog and a USD$3000 price-tag. Just 10 days after placing order (by int'l airmail), the box was delivered to my doorstep in Singapore. Have been applying to my dog's eye for almost 3 weeks now, already see reduced opaqueness and less redness in the affected eye. :)
Posted by Reviewer1268836 on Mar 31, 2010
don't know if they have done any good for a early cataract, however, the dispenser is the worst I've seen for any eye drop product. It certainly discourages use.
Posted by Reviewer1071638 on Mar 15, 2010
No improvement in cataracts with Brite Eyes III use
Posted by Reviewer2684034 on Feb 28, 2010
I have been using eye drops with n-acetyl carnosine for more than a year. Thus far, neither my vision nor my cataracts have improved.
Posted by Reviewer2324732 on Feb 23, 2010
I am trying Brite Eyes because it contains N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC)which recent studies have related to improvement of age-related cataracts. As I understand the studies, reversal of cataract development was seen after 6-12 months of twice-daily use of eyedrops containing N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC). I have only been using these drops for about 3 months, so it is probably too soon to detect cataract reduction. I was told my right eye has a moderate cataract, but it also has a retinal edema issue which has interfered with vision in that eye. So, I am really unable, at this time, to determine the efficacy of these drops. All I can say is that I am not aware of a problem of the brightness of image in my right eye. It *may* have improved, but I'm not certain. In any case, the drops have caused no negative side effects that I am aware of, and they do seem to lubricate the eye nicely.
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3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2069391 on Feb 05, 2010
I purchased this product based on the reviews for dry, red eyes. I live in a dry climate and was hoping these drops would help my condition. As soon as I use the dropper however, my eyes burns as though I was dropping acid in them. The redness and pain increases until it finally subsides, but with resultant ruby red eyes. These drops are way too painful to use and I tried them more than a few times... the awful burning pain and overall redness just never ceased. A waste of $25.50
Posted by Reviewer2271430 on Feb 03, 2010
Eyes aren't as dry and I seem to have slightly improved night vision.
Great for the eyes
Posted by Reviewer1779982 on Jan 12, 2010
I have used this for several months now after being told I had the beginnings of cataracts. Within a couple of weeks glare problems I had been having were considerably reduced.
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2 people found the following review helpful
Brite Eyes III
Posted by Reviewer2328138 on Dec 26, 2009
I am using for dry eyes and a beginning cataract in my right eye. Hope to avoid surgery. I had my left eye done several years ago and I want to compare the results. I'm trying to avoid anything that is unnatural.