SeboCalm Redness Relief Face Moisturizer
Systane Ultra Eye Drops
Ocular rosacea is often misunderstood. You think there's an eyelash making your eye scratchy. You use eye washes and eye drops to ease the itching and scratching, but it doesn't go away. It could be ocular rosacea. It's a form of rosacea that leads to impacted oil glands, so the eyes are not being properly lubricated. Left untreated, it can damage the cornea. Most specialists recommend patients with ocular rosacea follow a daily protocol of flax oil and fish oil supplements, eyelid wipes, warm compresses, and lubricating eye drops. I know. I have this form of rosacea. Lubricating eye drops are essential. After trying many brands, I do find that Systane Ultra eye drops work the best. They're not cheap, however.