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Your tired, aging eyes are missing THIS critical ‘water trapper’

Your eyes are dryburning… and stinging… and they feel strained and even gritty.

You can’t seem to produce enough tears to BEAT BACK the discomfort

And even worse, your vision is blurred.

As we get older, we all dry out.

But even if age-related changes (like menopause) AREN’T the culprit… other factors can SAP you of moisture

I’m talking UBIQUITOUS environmental elements like cigarette smokepollution… and low humidity. (Hello, winter!)

Some meds can DRAIN your hydration, too.

Dry eyes aren’t just uncomfortable or downright painful…

They can put you in the crosshairs for vision-stealing infections and tissue damage.

Fortunately, there’s a natural “wetting agent” that can REHYDRATE and REPAIR your eyes

And it couldn’t be any SIMPLER or more NATURAL.

Not-so-artificial tears

To keep your delicate tissues moist, your body produces its own supply of a substance called hyaluronic acid.

Hyaluronic acid TRAPS water where you need it the most – like your skin, joints, and eyes.

It’s one of the many components found in your tears!

And this natural, gel-like substance can hold over 1000 TIMES its weight in water.

But as you age, your hyaluronic acid levels DROP

And you DRY OUT!

Fortunately, you can REPLENISH your missing stores of hyaluronic acid.

If you suffer from dry eyes, hyaluronic acid can REDUCE the symptoms… and BOOST the overall health of your eyes.

Eye surgeons use it during cataract removal and corneal transplants… and even when repairing a detached retina.

Not only does it keep your eyes “wet” during those procedures…

But it also helps ACCELERATE wound healing.

Here’s a case where you might want to skip the supplements… and apply hyaluronic acid drops as a “tear substitute” DIRECTLY into your eyes.

You’ll need hyaluronic acid eye drops, in a clinically-tested concentration (usually of 0.2%-0.4% ).

The eye drop ingredients might list it as “sodium hyaluronate” or “hyaluronan” – both are the same as hyaluronic acid.

Since your body produces this substance naturally, you’re unlikely to have an adverse reaction to it.

Just choose a version with a high molecular weight.

It’ll be able to retain more water than one with a lower molecular weight… and it’s been shown to have a milder effect, especially if you’re prone to sensitivities.