- FREE Delivery on all UK orders for Blephasteam
- Subsidised tracked airmail delivery to our other shipping destinations
Please note that we do not deliver to Australia or New Zealand.
Product eligible for EU customer discount
This product is eligible for our EU residents' discount. If your delivery address is in the EU, we will give you 16% off the total price of products in your shopping basket:
- Recommended by eye care specialists to relieve symptoms of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) and associated diseases such as:
- posterior blepharitis
- ocular rosacea
- contact lens intolerance
- dry eye syndrome
- Comfortable and convenient - two therapy sessions a day for 10-minutes each
- Complately natural therapy for eyelids and ocular surface disease - no preservatives or phosphates
- Enables clear vision during the session with no mist - so you can wear it while reading a book, watching TV, or using your computer, mobile or tablet
How does it work?
Massage your eyelids after Blephasteam therapy
What is the science behind it?
Located in your eyelids are the Meibomian glands which secrete the tear film lipid layer that controls the rate at which your tears evaporate.
Meibomian glands can easily become blocked, leading to a breakdown in the quality of the lipid layer, a condition called Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD). This causes increased tear evaporation and is responsible for symptoms of eye irritation, inflammation and the appearance of ocular surface diseases.
It has been observed for a long time by ophthalmologists that a daily application of heat and humidity on the eyelids has a beneficial effect on various Meibomian Gland Dysfunction conditions. The Blephasteam device is the first to deliver this therapy simply, safely, and effectively. Its design is based on the original scientific studies of Dr JR Fuller, a leading ophthalmologist.
Blephasteam was developed in conformity with the CE mark by Laboratoires Théa, a leading ophthalmological company specialising in lid care and designed in collaboration with eye care specialists.
- Blephasteam is distinguished from more basic home therapies such as the MGD eye bag, because it delivers a consistent, set heat optimised for eye therapy, and at the same time provides the soothing effect of high humidity.
- Quality of blink preserved - so meibomian oil can be released on closure and tear can be re-surfaced on blinking.
- Efficient on tear film stability and ocular health.
- Scientifically proven by an independent body to improve tear quality, decrease tear evaporation and improve vision.
What is included with each order
The Blephasteam device is supplied with 100 replacement rings. Each ring can only be used once and must be replaced for each session so the initial supply will last for 50 uses. Also supplied is a zip case for storage.
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Dispatch and delivery information
- FREE Delivery on UK orders
- Orders are dispatched the same day up to 12:00 pm (on weekdays only)
- Where we deliver to
- Delivery locations outside the UK - please email us to confirm rate
- UK is not permitted to export Blephasteams to Australia or New Zealand
Returns and refunds
Please note that once you have purchased a Blephasteam, you can inspect it and return if you change your mind, but once the device has been used, we are unable to refund your purchase unless there is a fault with the product. See full returns and refunds policy.
These cancellation and refund rights are stipulated in the Consumer Contracts Regulations. Blephasteam is classified as medical equipment and comes in a box with a seal for health protection. For this category of products, you no longer have a right to cancel if the seal has been broken.
You may like to read
In our blog, we give our own take on Blephasteam, how easy it is to use, and whether it is worth it.
- Take two simple ideas. Refine them and you have two effective ways to relieve dry eyes
- My personal experience of using Blephasteam
- Go on, give your eyes the boost they deserve!
- User reviews of Blephasteam on Amazon
- Is Blephasteam worth it? (Dry Eye Zone forum)