Avenova Eye Health Audios

christine-sindtDr. Christine Sindt joins Dr. Abel to share her recent research regarding the microbial contents of many eyeliners and mascara cosmetics.

Women (and some men) often use make-up to accentuate facial highlights. But, make-up can also cause health detriments. She also provides recommendations for prevention of infection and viable treatments should infection occur.  Learn more by listening to the audio:

What’s Lurking Beneath Your Eye Make-Up?
Guest: Christine Sindt, O.D. • Host: Robert Abel, Jr., M.D. • Podcast: The Wizard of Eyes 

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testimonial-art-epsteinHost of The Wizard of Eyes, Dr. Robert Abel, welcomes back guest, Dr. Arthur B. Epstein, to provide further insight into the multiple causes of blepharitis and red eyes, including demodex mites.

 

The demodex mites spend most of their time buried head-down in hair follicles, the stocking-shaped organs that enclose and produce your hair strands. They’re most commonly found in eyelids, nose, cheeks, forehead and chin.  While presence of these tiny mites is common in everyone, researchers speculate that some people develop demodex blepharitis due to unusual allergic or immune system reactions leading to inflammation. Dr. Epstein also explains how to treat them by using products like Avenova Eyelid Cleanser.  Learn more by listening to the audio:

 

Could your dry, itchy eyes be caused by eye mites?
Guest: Arthur B. Epstein O.D. • Host: Robert Abel, Jr., M.D. • Podcast: The Wizard of Eyes 

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eye health audiosDr. Jim Branch joins The Wizard of Eyes to share his breakthrough presentation regarding this health concern at the recent annual research and ophthalmology and vision meeting.

If you’re experiencing itchiness, burning, the sensation that you’ve got something in your eye, crusting and redness of lid margins, and/or blurry vision, you might have “eye bugs.” Learn more by listening to the audio:

Killing Eyelid Bugs without Drugs
Guest: James David Branch, M.D. • Host: Robert Abel, Jr., M.D. • Podcast: The Wizard of Eyes

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