We are pleased to confirm that Blephasteam is back in stock. Numbers are limited so we advise early purchase to avoid disappointment.
Blephasteam is a unique eyelid-warming medical device that helps relieve symptoms of MGD and associated eye diseases such as posterior blepharitis, meibomitis, ocular rosacea, chalazion, contact lens intolerance and dry eye.
By unblocking the meibomian glands, tear quality is improved, which in turn has positive benefits for eye health, vision and comfort.
Here we are, in the middle of another lockdown, in mid-winter and it's tough on our eyes.
Why? Because lockdown means more time each day spent in front of a PC or mobile screen than ever before and that dries our eyes out.
Why? Because our central heating is on for longer because of the time of year and that dries our eyes out.
Why? Because when we go outdoors on a cold, windy day, the dry atmosphere dries our eyes out.
If you are a dry eye sufferer, like me, you can feel your eyes are under attack in all situations. Even at night, my eyes dry out and I wake in the morning everyday with gritty, sticky eyes.
Such is the demand for Blephasteam, the moist heat therapy for blepharitis and meibomian gland dysfunction, that it has now sold out in many countries, including the UK.
LATEST UPDATE - 2 June 2021
We have received the first tranche of Blephasteams to be released this month by the manufacturer.
However, there is a global shortage of this product, and as a result we have only able to secure limited numbers in the latest delivery. We are now in the process of emailing customers who have pre-ordered Blephasteams in the sequence that they placed their order.
Hello, my name is John and I am a director at Eyewear Accessories.
I suffer from dry eyes caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).
My dry eye symptoms have worsened in recent months to the point that I struggle with computer use for any prolonged period and hate being outdoors in the wind.
My eyes feel sore as soon as I wake up in the morning and throughout the day they feel as if someone has punched me in the face! My vision is often blurry...