Chronic Dry Eye Resources

Get treatment for your dry eyes today through Eyelove is centered around everything great that you can do and see with your vision. But eyelove goes even beyond that. It is also about what you can do for your eyes.

There are many ways that you can give your eyes some love on This system, sponsored by popular actress Jennifer Aniston, helps you deal with your Chronic Dry Eye syndrome. It also offers practical tips on how to show your vision some love, such as taking a break from the computer screen for a while. You can also create fascinating artwork that is inspired by your eyes.


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If you have been suffering from chronic dry eye it may be time to have a conversation with your doctor. If you do not know whether or not you actually have Chronic Dry Eye, a good place to start would be to examine the surface of your eyes for any sort of signs of inflammation or irritation. Once you visit your eye doctor he will be able to tell what’s really going on with your eyes. There are also certain tests that can be performed on your eyes that can help determine whether or not what is going on with your eyes is really Chronic Dry Eye. Another excellent thing to do would be to get yearly check ups on your eyes.

If you are suffering from itchy, irritable eyes, don’t worry, you are not alone. You can read real stories about real women that have tried my eyelove to care for their symptoms. There are almost 30 million people in the United States that report having symptoms that are consistent with Chronic Dry Eye.

Here are a few tips on how to care for your eyes better and give them some eyelove:

  • Don’t touch! This means that you shouldn’t apply makeup while in a moving vehicle or separate mascara-clumped eyelashes with something sharp or pointy.
  • You should always try and make sure that your face as well as your lids are clean before you begin applying your makeup.
  • Try and avoid getting makeup remover in your eyes
  • Thoroughly rinse the makeup and the makeup remover off of your lids
  • Avoid using powdery or flakey makeup that cause irritation.
  • Remove all of your makeup before you go to bed, especially any that sticks to your lashes