Dr Vegan Screen Eyes is formulated by experts for adults and teenagers to feed your eyes with important nutrients for your vision health. More and more of us suffer from Digital Eye Strain (DES), creating additional stress on our eyes. With the carotenoids Lutein, Zeaxanthin and Meso-zeaxanthin, Astaxanthin, Bilberry and essential vitamins, Screen Eyes™ enriches your macular pigment, protecting the sensitive areas of your eyes, providing support and protection for your eye health and helping reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Screen Eyes is the most comprehensive formula for adults and teenagers to feed their eyes with nutrients for your vision health. I wasn’t aware of this at all, but it’s estimated up to 80% of us suffer from Digital Eye Strain (DES) and the numbers are rising. This is because our eyes are more and more exposed to light damage and oxidative stress caused by digital screens in addition to age-related macular degeneration we are all at risk of.
Dr Vegan Screen Eyes Review
I was interested to see what the individual ingredients in these pills do. Carotenoids are naturally occurring plant pigments and include lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin, all of which are found in your macular pigment.
Lutein is a carotenoid that accumulates on your macular pigment at the back of your eye. It is gained through your diet including dark green leafy vegetables such as kale, spinach and peas.
Zeaxanthin is also a natural carotenoid and can be gained in your diet through bright coloured fruits and vegetables such as peppers.
Meso-zeaxanthin is the main carotenoid found in the central part of your macula.
Astaxanthin is a naturally occurring red carotenoid. Several recent clinical trials highlight the potential role of astaxanthin in promoting eye health, as suggested by the significant improvement in the outcomes of various ocular conditions.
Vitamin A, Vitamin B2 and Zinc contribute to the normal maintenance of your vision. Vitamin E and C protect your cells from oxidative stress.
Bilberry maintains eye health, providing antioxidant support for the eyes and provides natural defence against free radicals. It also protects against tired eyes and supports your retinal function.
After a week of using these, I have started to feel that my eyes are less tired and feel “better” than they normally do. It’s an odd sensation as I wasn’t aware of eye problems till they started to ease off.
The included metal tin means I can keep them organised a bit easier and it looks a lot better than a plastic bottle. Also, it’s better for the environment!
Overall, it’s still too early to tell but Dr Vegan Screen Eyes seems to be doing their job.