If there's a product that you want to order but it's out of stock, you can now request to pre-order one.
Benefits of pre-ordering
Many people are watching our website to see when a particular item is available and as a result our products tend to sell out very fast.
By pre-ordering the product you want, you:
- don't miss out when it's put up for sale on our website
- ensure priority for despatch as soon as our new stock delivery arrives.
Which products can I pre-order?
We are getting new stock deliveries of the following items in the next 2 weeks:...
Due to the heatwave in England, the Met Office has issued an extreme heat warning for the first time ever.
Exeter, where the Met Office is based and where I live and work, is today hotter than Delhi or Lagos.
Why do we seldom hear about the effect of extreme heat on our eyes?
Plenty of common sense advice is broadcast in hot weather, such as drinking plenty of fluids and wearing cool and loose clothing. But very little is said about how extreme hot weather affects our eyes and...
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.
A 'pollen bomb', that's what the media are calling it. The UK has the classic conditions for a spike in pollen levels this month: a very wet spell of weather followed suddenly by warm, sunny conditions causing plants to release large amounts of pollen.
Lockdown may increase the frequency and severity of allergic reactions
The pollen bomb is likely to cause hay fever misery for millions of people.
Medical experts have suggested that more people will suffer this year and that allergic reactions to pollen may be more severe....
If you suffer from dry eyes or know a friend or relation who has this condition, then it is worth giving 10 minutes of your time to listen to the Dry Eye discussion on yesterday's Jeremy Vine show.
You will need to log into your BBC account (you can log in under any BBC account that you have set up, for example BBC iPlayer).
What the show covers
Sarah Jarvis, the TV doctor, answers listeners' questions about dry eyes and the range of treatments available.
Also featured is Jenny Eclair talking about her...