I wanted to take some time to introduce our new bottles for 2018:
Bottles you say!!!! Thats not very exciting....
Well actually it is. Our new bottles are:
- Still the same 15ml / 0.5 fl oz
- Allow more accurate dispensing of our formulas (with small drops of liquid) thus, reducing wastage and saving you money.
- Are more resistant to heat.
- Afford greater solution integrity and therefore longer product life.
- Spill proof, to stop those annoying accidents.
One of the key reasons we made the change was to prevent any glass from getting in contact with your eyes. This is part of our ongoing commitment to our customers; to provide products that are the safest possible.
Moreover, by changing the bottle design, we are now able to use tamper evident seals. Which we previously could not.
This means that all our products now arrive to you with an added seal of safety. And you can be assured that nobody has tampered with the product.
In addition, this change aligns our products more with medicated and other over-the-counter (OTC) eye-drops. It also mirrors guidance for eye based medications set out by the FDA and similar bodies. Which stipulate, that eyedrops should have no protruding plastic parts and should avoid glass and old-style long droppers.
Our new droppers are also:
- Made from recycled materials and are environmentally conscious
- Free from harmful chemicals and pollutants
- And Fully Recyclable
They are also completely unreactive to the ingredients we use. Therefore, in the future we are able to develop stronger, even more effective solutions, that were not possible before.
Over the next few weeks, we are rolling out updated labelling across all our product lines. There will be another blog post explaining this shortly.
All these changes are part of our continuing strategy to provide you with the safest and most effective means of changing your eye colour. 2018 will bring with it many exciting changes, Keep an 👀 out on the blog and website for future updates :)
As always, thank you to all our customers for your continued support and praise. [See below for usage instructions for the new bottles].
Best, LightEyez CEO
Dr. Charlie Carmichael
Passionate about changing eye colour.
The new bottles are actually far easier to use than the old style ones.
No need to shake.
With the bottle tilted above the head/eyes, press lightly at the base(bottom) of the bottle to dispense a drop. Do not press too hard, as this causes air to be drawn in. All that is required is some light pressure to dispense a drop of liquid.
If you still are experiencing issues. Take a small needle and sterilise in rubbing alcohol for 10mins. Afterwards, place needle in dropper hole to release any pressure. If that still does not work, remove the dropper cap, place in small glass and clean by shaking in some Isopropyl alcohol. This should hopefully release any trapped air.