Posted by Dr. Gary Bonnin on 8/25/2017 to News
Seasonal allergies can make eyes irritated. Pollen gets trapped in eyelashes then you rub your eyes rubbing in the pollen making it worse. Your eyes itch and burn even more. Managing seasonal allergies is a two-prong approach. First, removing the irritant – pollen typically from eyelashes and secondly soothing the eye itself. This EyeDocStore bundle and protocol are designed to provide you with non-prescription steps and actions you can take to cleanse eyelashes and soothe eyes making your eyes more comfortable.
Here are some facts about Ragweed:
- Causes stuffy or runny nose, sneezing and itchy eyes
- People are reacting to its pollen
- Ragweed is worse on cooler nights and warmer days and dry.
- You can't escape Ragweed, even in Arizona! It grows everywhere. Usually starts growing early August to mid October.