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No: Some people's floaters become less noticeable after an encounter with apple pectin, natural herbs, cookies-and-cream ice cream, watching Spiderman 3, or baking a pan of brownies. Of course, it's just a coincidence, so one must always be wary of anyone claiming he has some great cure to make floaters go away. ...Read more
Careful!: I wouldn't turn to lemon juice! talk to your dermatologist about lightening creams that may help with your condition. ...Read more
My left eye sees white color as bright white & right eye sees the same as creamish white.So, right eye see warm & left eye see cool color temp, age-20.
Color vision: There are many possible causes for varying color vision between your two eyes. These can include a cataract, scarring of your cornea, or some type of macular condition. The only way to determine if there is something causing your symptoms is to have your eyes checked by an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Yep: Make sure you have a good fit. ...Read more
Macular pucker.See 20/20, lines wavy, objects larger & colors darker. Good eye lessens some of distortion. Should I rely on good eye & do nothing w/mp?
Good vision : Your macular pucker fortunately is not affecting your snellen visuals acuity, but is affecting your quality of vision. Your unaffected eye will assume the better Visual quality. Retinal specialist balance risks of doing the membrane peal vs. the risks of causing potential harm. Generally when visual acuity decreases to less than 20/50, epiret membrane pealing is considered to be outweighed by risk ...Read more
My tesco sparkling eye drops, artificial tears are a light blue color; is this normal and are they safe?
Call Tesco: Call the manufacturer of the drops and ask this question. ...Read more
What eye drop ingredient gives me inflamed eye lids?
I tried fresh kote, Dry eye rejuvenation by B&L and Visine tired eye relief. In succession
BAK Preservative: Benzalkonium Chloride is a common preservative in eye drops, including artificial tears. It can cause an allergic reaction in some people if the tears are used frequently. Try preservative-free single use vials of ocular lubricants and you should be okay for frequent dosing. Another alternative are these new electronic misting devices to spray a little cloud of clean water in your eyes. See EyeMD. ...Read more
Tear replacement: Do not use drops that say "gets the red out" as these are drying. Anything that says tear replacement or eye lubrication should be fine. Two good brands are Systane and Refresh. ...Read more
May be: You will have to try it. Clinique and other cosmetic companies have creams that either remove dark circles or camouflage them immediately. ...Read more
Yes: You can try this. If it does not work, see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Yes: Artificial tears are replacement drops for individuals whose tear production may be low or if their tasks result in high evaporative tear loss, such as reading, computer use, windy activities outside to name a few. Many commercially available tear replacement drops are available, and all work satisfactorily. If more severe dry eye problems exist, see an eye md for help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Use medicated drop & eye color is changing. Consider color contacts but eye dr. Says made cheaply & not used much. Any experience with color contacts?
Yes: Sounds like you may be on a prostaglandin glaucoma drop. Discuss this side effect of eye color change with your doc 1st. 2ndly, ciba freshlook colours/colorblends are a fine high quality option used as daily wear only. Mature patients may have more difficulty with cl wear so be sure you are fit by an eye care professional. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exfoliate: Enlarged pores occur because they are clogged. Exfoliation helps to empty the pores which will make them smaller. A great way to do this is to use a clarisonic brush which is available a department stores and at your cosmetic physicians office. ...Read more
Lubricate!: You can try lubricating the eyes with artificial tears one drop 3-4 times a day and taking oral omega 3's like evoa dry eye supplements to stimulate more and better tear production. This will work if they are red due to dryness. Some people just do not have as white as eyes as others. There is nothing you can do to change this that I am aware of. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Variability: There is a great deal of normal variation in the human gene expression. Some people have more periorbital, lid laxity, lis apponeurosis dehiscence than others. The variability in the appearance of "bags" under the eyes is as natural as variations in height, nose /hand size, etc. ...Read more
Humidify: By natural i assume that you want to avoid using medications and eye drops. Keeping a normal humidity inside can be important, and it can get dry in the winter. Avoid blowing ceiling fans. A warm mist humidifier is best because it does not blow mold into the air. Stay hydrated, and eat plenty of foods rich in omega-3, as these improve the oil layer of the tears. Do not use tap water in the eyes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Be in a bright room: A bright environment makes the eyes look lighter and naturally beautiful. Eye color is the best when it is natural, and it is not naturally changeable. One's eye color is not meant to be altered, but it can be changed with artificial means, such as colored contact lenses. ...Read more
You cant: Dark circles are due to the thinness of the lid skin- the darker tissue is showing through. Retin-a cream increases collagen and may decrease it by thickening the skin a little-it also reduces wrinkles, but can be very irritating- consult a dermatologist. Or apply makeup. There is no "natural" remedy. ...Read more
Probably not: Unless you have some treatable eye disease which lowers the sight and will improve with treatment then there is no natural agent that will help vision meaningfully. Herbals such as eyebright and bilberry are promoted by naturopaths as vision aids, but have not been proven to actually work. Eye exercises can be done, but these have not been proven. See your ophthalmologist for the best advice. ...Read more
Not usually: Some patients benefit from supplements such as billberry or eyebright, and mild eye exercises can improve accomodation, but generally when you need glasses to see, it is best to have a proper eye exam and start to use your glasses or contact lenses to see well. If you have a tear film problem, then flax seed oil or fish oil supplements can help improve the eyesight. ...Read more
Not possible: The color of the eye is due to the structure of the iris inside the eye. There is not way to change that color without causing severe damage to the eye and vision. If you want a different color, then talk with your ophthalmologist about colored contact lenses which can give you a new color or enhance your current color. ...Read more
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No...: You can use contact lenses. This the easiest way. Certain diseases can cause the eye to loose pigment and get lighter. I would not recommend this method. There is a laser treatment under development that can remove pigment from the eyes and make them lighter. It is not readily available yet. Stay tuned... ...Read more
Not really: Visual clarity is from eyeglass needs, photoreceptor spacing and whether or not the eye is structurally normal or diseased. These all require intervention, either eyeglasses, contacts or various surgeries. Disease needs treatment. Natural products and non-medical treatment will not affect any of these. ...Read more
No: Not that I am aware off all the best and enjoy your eyes. ...Read more
Zilch: Dont waste time and money. Dont smoke, and eat vegetables. Thats it. Oh, and wear sunglasses. ...Read more
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