Win A Supplement To Help Your Dry Eyes!


At one point or another, you’ve probably experienced a symptom of dry eyes, a common condition in which the tear ducts don’t produce enough tears to lubricate and nourish the eyes. Now that winter is almost here, the dry air can make our eyes even drier, and lubricating eye drops simply won’t help us produce tears more naturally (or help our eye health in the long run). Contact lenses, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and LASIK surgery also can affect tear production.

Dry eye symptoms include irritated, scratchy, or burning eyes; feeling that a foreign particle is in the eyes; and excess watering, blurred vision, or redness. Healthy eyes, on the other hand, are constantly bathing themselves in tears, which helps protect against eye infections, wash away foreign matter in the eye, and keep the eye surface smooth and clear. When your eyes become dry, you become more susceptible to these infections.

eztears3 lucky FOFs will get to “drop the drops” and each win a 3-month supply of EyePromise EZ Tears ($107.85 for 3 month-supply).

The softgels, taken orally, are doctor-recommended vitamins that provide consistent comfort against dry eyes by delivering a powerful blend of vitamins A, D3, and E, as well as fish oil, Omega 3, and other natural ingredients.


By entering this giveaway, which is sponsored by EyePromise, you agree to receive emails from EyePromise and FabOverFifty.

3 FOFs will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes December 16, 2015 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

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  • eyouell

    Itchiness and redness, pretty much chronic.

  • lilyk

    Sometimes I experience itchiness and irritation in my eyes.

  • Ed Nemmers

    Sometimes there is a need to rub, resulting from dryness an

  • susansmoaks

    i get dry itchy eyes from time to time, it is really irritating.

  • margara cantu

    from some time now i ve got itchy eyes, i did have a cataract surgery but somehow still need glasses and or contacts, so this makes it even worse…

  • Brittney House

    I work outside and my eyes are always getting dry.

  • BohemianBabushka

    Burning and literally feeling like a dried up sponge at times… not fun.

  • btherese4

    I experience ALL of the above!


    My eyes get so dry after a few hours of staring at my computer at work.