What are Can C Eye Drops?
Can-C Eye Drops are the original N-acetylcarnosine eye drops (NAC) developed by Innovative Vision Products (IVP).
Can C Eye Drop Uses
- Lubricant formula to relieve dry eyes
- Helps make contact lenses more comfortable
- Delivers carnosine to the lens
- Sold over 500,000 bottles world-wide
- Used by pet owners
Can-C Drops and Carnosine
IVP researchers found that the N-acetylcarnosine form of carnosine is very stable and is able to survive the journey to the aqueous humour and the lens proteins. This is because NAC is resistant to being broken down by carnosinase before reaching the lens. This plays a role in cross linking of proteins in the lens.
What is Cross-Linking?
Cross-Linking refers to the formation of bonds between proteins that link together to form a structure. In the eye lens, these chains can build up over time, and form a cloudy structure that can block light from entering the eye.
Can-C Eye drops Doses
Suggested dose is 1 drop in each eye two times a day. 1 pack contains 2 bottles which is enough to last 1 month at the suggested dose.
For how long can the drops be used?
They can be used for 3-6 months or longer if desired.
Can-C Eye drops Ingredients
Glycerine (lubricant) 1%, Carboxymethylcellulose sodium (lubricant) 0.3%. Inactive ingredients: Sterile Water (ophthalmic grade solution pH 6.7 to 6.9), Borate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Purified Benzyl Alcohol.
Antioxidants: 1% N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC)
Where to buy Can-C Eye drops?
Can-C Eye Drops can be purchased from The Longevity Specialists where you can shop for high quality dietary supplements at the best prices online.
Keep this product out of reach of children. Do not use or take this product or any other supplement if you are under the age of 18 or pregnant or nursing a baby, or if you have any medical conditions, or taking any prescription medications or other medications.
Seek the advice and guidance of a licenced and qualified physician before taking any dietary supplement or using any product. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The Food and Drug Administration have not approved or evaluated these statements.