[GIVEAWAY] Relieve Your Occasional Dry Eye

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Occasional dry eyes isn’t a well-known symptom of menopause, but perimenopausal and menopausal women can suffer from this uncomfortable condition, as well as from  itchy eyes. “A disruption or imbalance of hormones can trigger increased surface eye inflammation in patients over 50 years old,” reports Sean Mulqueeny, O.D. of Mulqueeny Eye Centers in St. Louis.  

Fortunately, FabOverFifty has learned about EyePromise EZ Tears ($35.95 for 30 days), a daily supplement for occasional dry eye and irritation that supports long-term eye health, unlike eye drops, which only provide a temporary solution. EyePromise is so sure to help, that it comes with an unconditional 30-day, money-back guarantee.  

These physician-recommended vitamins contribute to consistent comfort against dry eyes with a powerful blend of vitamins A, D3, and E, as well as fish oil, Omega 3, and other natural ingredients.

10 lucky FOFs will receive a 3-month supply of EZ Tears, to test and give their feedback. Do you want your eyes to start feeling good again? Enter to win below:

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10 FOFs will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes August 25, 2017 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

 

  • Carol Williams Catto

    Good to know.

  • sweetlee

    I would like to try something to relieve my itchy, dry eyes.

  • Linda Kish

    I have had dry eye syndrome for most of my adult life. I’d love to find something that would help.

  • Karen Geahlen

    Anything to help my dry eyes is always appretiated

  • Carol Lawman

    So that’s what it is! I’ve been blaming allergies but being menopausal could be the reason.

  • Linda Bye

    I have dry eyes so bad from menopause, and nothing seems to help.

  • Patty Siniard Doman

    I have dry eyes from menopause.

  • Fran

    My husband has macular degeneration and glaucoma in both eyes. I have been taking supplements A-Reds to maybe stave off these terrible conditions. I would love to test these. The retina specialist where my husband goes is filled to capacity…..I don’t want to be one of those.