iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $8.50 (25% off)
Posted by Reviewer1437455 on Oct 30, 2008
I've just started using this one day ago so I don't know how it will be long-term, but the drops felt gentle going in and no problem afterwards. If you keep a bottle in the fridge I suggest you warm the bottle in your hands a little before use.
Soothing and No burning
Posted by CoolinArizona on Feb 24, 2009
Living in Arizona with mostly dry desert conditions my eyes are more dry than usual. These drops are soothing with no burning afterwards. They are a bit pricey, but worth it
Good eye drops.
Posted by Reviewer1608731 on Jul 22, 2009
Some government agency or whatever might get upset if I said that brite eyes maybe helping keep my cataract stable so I won't say that, I'll just keep using them.
No more dry eye
Posted by Reviewer2735181 on Dec 06, 2007
My usually dry eyes feel so much better.
Better than drugstore eye drops
Posted by Reviewer2500059 on Jan 18, 2008
This type of product is much better than ordinary eye drops. Research shows it thins eye secretions (carnosine)
Brite eyes is a great product
Posted by Reviewer2231531 on Aug 09, 2008
So far so good. I have been using this product on my aging dog and I know she sees better already. I have been using it twice a day for about two weeks and she really responds to hand signals. She is deaf so being able to see is a real plus for her. Thank you!
Life Extension, Brite Eyes III, 2 Vials (5 ml each)
Posted by Reviewer2148435 on Nov 07, 2012
I got blurry vision in my right eye that stayed with me since I injured my eye with an eyelash curler... These eye drops are not that effective and have a weird consistency. My vision actually improved after I tried another company(NAC Drops), They seem to have the same ingredient list but feel like 2 completely different eye drops. Maybe iherb doesn't have a fresh product supply, I don't know what else it can be.
Posted by Reviewer2417687 on Nov 16, 2008
SOME SAY THIS WILL HELP WITH CATARACTS.
"Dry Eye" in cats
Posted by Reviewer1548061 on Oct 19, 2008
My cat, Felix, had 2 eye surgeries for dry eye performed when Hurricane Frances was here in Florida. My Vet wanted to put him on Cyclosporin eyedrops every couple of days for life. I did a little reasearch and for several years now, he gets his eye drops (which I order from you) about once a week and he's happy and not had a problem since.
Posted by Reviewer1432105 on Sep 11, 2012
The only eyedrops I've found that keeps my dry eyes moisturized; they are expensive but worth the price. Note that the drops are used by taking off the cap and removing the little collar then puncturing a hole by closing the bottle top; then replace the collar and bottle top.