New and Improved – our most comprehensive eye health formula yet, enhancing our best-selling formulation for even greater benefits! Our newly re-formulated VisualEyes now has higher strength actives, 8 x more lutein from a concentrated source, and all new ingredients - meso-zeaxanthin and vegan DHA for proven eyesight benefits. Also included in VisualEyes are high concentrations of meso-zeaxanthin and zeaxanthin as recommended by opticians, in order to maintain sharp vision and healthy eyes.
*Beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250mg
12mg Lutein, 2.5mg Zeaxanthin, Meso-zeaxanthin 5mg, 25mg DHA, 30mg Vitamin C, 0.72 mg Bilberry standardised extract 100:1 (25% anthocyanidins – equivalent to), 5mg (7.5iu) Vitamin E, 2mg Vitamin B2, 3mg Zinc, 250µg (833iu) Vitamin A.
Take 1-2 capsules a day, with meals.
Do not exceed recommended dose
5 From 4 review(s)
By Mrs BV Brown - 14 October 2014
My husband and I have been taking these along with Astaxanthin & Blackcurrant for a while now. We both suffer from eyestrain due to spending a lot of time on the internet and reading. While taking these we've found them very effective, our symptoms only appear when we run out of them. They contain ingredients necessary for eye health and we thoroughly recommend anyone taking them for this purpose.
By Mr P Tanner - 08 February 2014
A really great product, a sensible capsule size and a wonderful contributor to eye healh
By Mrs A Anderson - 31 December 2013
This is a brilliant product especially when used with Astaxanthin and blackcurrant. I always have more energy and have less eye strain when I take them, and really notice a big difference when I am late ordering my next lot!!!
By Mrs S.E. Cousins - 23 October 2012
Really good especially when used in conjunction with Astaxanthin and Blackcurrent - I have found a definite improvement.
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