Can-C Lubricant Eye-Drops With Antioxidant N-Acetylcarnosine
Can C Eye Drops have been developed & patented by Professor Babizhayev. They are specially produced to licensed cGMP pharmaceutical standards and are formulated to a very specific quality & formula. This has been accomplished after many years of research to design an effective eye care product that is safe in long term use.
Can-C eye drops benefits
- 2 x 5 ml bottles.
- May combat eyestrain.
- May alleviate dry eye syndrome.
- Beneficial for contact lens disorders.
- May help those suffering from presbyopia.
- May improve the function of the aging eye.
- May reduce the occurrence & the development of senile cataract.
What do Can-C eye drops do?
It may reduce, reverse or slow the development of senile cataract. It contains N-acetylcarnosine, a natural molecule is known as a di-peptide (2 amino acids linked together). Carnosine is found naturally in human cells and foods and acts as a protector having both antioxidant and anti-glycation properties. Levels of carnosine decline with age and there is a link between its declining level and the onset of certain aging disorders including forms of cataract.
Do Can C Eye Drops work?
They may be required on a regular basis to help maintain the eye’s natural antioxidant defences and therefore help to prevent a re-appearance of senile cataract or other eye degenerative disorders. As a preventative measure, two drops into each eye once a day with frequent breaks may be a suitable on-going regime.
Treatment doses are two drops, once or twice a day. Once an individual 5 ml vial is opened it should be stored in a fridge and used within thirty days. Each 5ml vial contains approximately eighty drops; this means that each 5 ml vial will last for approximately twenty days at four drops per day.
Can C Eye Drops Ingredients
N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC) 1.0% (approved by IVP), Glycerin (lubricant) 1.0%, Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium (lubricant) 0.3%
Sterile Water (Ophthalmic Grade Isotonic Solution, pH 6.7 to 6.9) buffered with Potassium Phosphate, Dibasic and Potassium Phosphate Monobasic, Purified Benzyl Alcohol (Preservative).
Can C Eye Drops Side Effects
As with all products, there are potential side effects and contraindications, although very few to date have been reported at the time of writing.
- Stinging - this a very rare side effect with Can-C because it is formulated to a Ph of 6.8. This Ph is normal for the average person. If stinging occurs it is normally mild and can often dissipate with continued use, but naturally this reaction is very personal and if it is too uncomfortable then Can-C use should be stopped.
- Contact lenses - If you wear contact lenses, the lenses should be removed first and the eyes carefully washed with cold water. This will help remove any lactic acid, which if left present in the eye may also cause a stinging reaction. Once the contact lenses are removed the Can-C drops can be applied.
- Prescription eye-drop medications - if you are applying other prescription eye-drop medications, it is advised that you consult your GP or ophthalmic physician if you wish to use Can-C concurrently with your existing medication.