Carnosine Eye Drops 10 ml Liquid (1)
- Can-C Carnosine eye drops
- Contains two 5ml vials
- With n-acetylcarnosine
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Myself (4 stars) - I originally made a purchase of these drops to see if it might help my dog who was dx'd with juvenile cataracts in one eye at less than a year old. More on that next. OK, so being the animal lover I am, and since this product is tested safe for humans and dogs, I decided I'd put it in my eyes before putting it in my dog's eyes. I don't use them daily now, but I did in the beginning simply because I liked the way it soothed my eyes after wearing contacts all day. I have healthy eyes but a very strong corrective prescription. Sometime during the first week of use, I noticed a few things. The colors of nature seemed to be a little brighter, I could more easily see definition in the treetops, and I had a slight improvement in my night vision. When I questioned my doc at my next eye exam about the drops, wondering if I was just imagining these slight improvements, she commented that it's her opinion the drops can be genuinely helpful and recommended I keep using them. No, she didn't sell them to me, so no reason for her to fabricate a positive opinion.
My young dog (3 stars) - I'm aware that these drops were tested on senile cataracts, but decided to try them anyway. Trying to cut my spending, I decided to use 2 drops in the eye with the cataract and 1 drop in the clear eye, rather than 4 daily in both.Read more ›
Prior to my next annual eye appointment, at a conference, I had a massive floater that took over an hour before it fragmented. My left eye fragments were annoying and weren't dissolving over time. Can-C was recommended by a friend, after three months, two drops once a day, my left-eye floaters had dissolved. Then after a two month lapse, I purchased Can-C for small floaters in my right eye. I had finished the Can-C treatment just weeks prior to my annual eye appointment. After the doctor dilated and examined my eyes, I was informed that there weren't any changes in my eyes.
I asked the doctor about my cataracts. He was taken back, and said, "I didn't see any cataracts." He reopened and reviewed my file. He confirmed that previously I had had cataracts (in fact I had seen him the year before) He confirmed that I didn't have cataracts at this time. I told him that I had been using Can-C to resolve my floaters and the Can-C must have healed my cataracts, too.
I'm very fortunate because I have benefitted from the use of Can-C.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used Can-C for about 4 months and my vision did not improve, I was hoping to help me with my right eye cataract but didn't help. Read morePublished 4 days ago by maximo isern
THESE REALLY DO HELP CLEAR UP THE EYES... I WOULD RECOMMEND THEM TO ANYONE, BUT THE ARTICLE ON NEWSWITHVIEWS SAID THAT IT HELPS THOSE WITH EARLY STAGE CATARACTS THE MOST... Read morePublished 6 days ago by D. Bryson
Not sure if they work. Used for 30 days, noticed nothing different except my eyes felt irritated but cannot say that was the cause as it was very dry here in LA at the time.Published 7 days ago by Janet Bernson
I think the problem with this product is that the bottles need to be improved for dropping I purchased them and had nothing but trouble get the drops to come out, we being older... Read morePublished 11 days ago by merle
Can-C Carnosine Eye Drops. There was really No Surprise here. I ordered these Drops hoping they would help my little Dog who has developed Cataracts. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Somzig