Seasonal Allergy Eye Treatment Plan
Seasonal allergies bring irritated eyes. Pollen gets trapped in your eyelashes. Rubbing only pushes more pollen into your eyes, making it worse.
Managing seasonal allergies is a two-prong approach. First, remove the irritant and second, soothe the eye itself. This care plan provides you with non-prescription remedies that will make your more comfortable.
Wash eyelids and eyelashes morning and night with LidHygenix Eyelid Cleanser to remove the pollen! This foam is designed specifically for cleaning eyelids and lashes. The foaming action lifts and removes, dust, dander and pollution trapped in lashes and eyelids as well as left over makeup (makeup removers only remove about 70% of the makeup). This will not harm your eyes like other soaps - including baby shampoo. Note: Eye makeup wearers; check out our Your Makeup Removal Care Plan for more relief strategies.
Follow up with DERMA*E Vitamin C Micellar Cleansing Water. This is like an astringent, but without alcohol. Use as a final rinse for your eyelids and lashes for a “good” clean. Use throughout the day to remove pollen and refresh eyes.
- Use NatO Allergy Desensitization Drops to soothe itching, burning, watering eyes. Unlike other anti-histamine drops that only suppress the symptoms, NatO Allergy Desensitization Drops also work to counteract the irritants naturally. They work like allergy shots by desensitizing you to the allergens. Note: If symptoms persist, contact your eye doctor.
- Bruder Sinus Compress Relives sinus pressure, tension headaches, migraines, TMJ, dry eye syndrome, fatigue and stress.