Hydrating formulas enhanced with ingredients inspired by your eyes’ biology.
Both our drops and wipes are boosted by a naturally inspired ingredient called hyaluronan (HA). You’ve probably heard of it! Turns out, it’s found naturally in your eyes as one of your tears’ own moisturizers.
Each drop holds a lot of benefits. They’re preservative-free in a multi-dose bottle. They provide instant moisture to dry, irritated eyes. And they have naturally inspired ingredients – like hyaluronan plus an electrolyte and antioxidant! Like we said, a lot of benefits.
Oil and debris can build up on your eyelids, especially when your eyes are dry. Which is why these gentle eyelid cleansing wipes use micellar technology to simultaneously cleanse and hydrate your eyelids.
Does Biotrue Hydration Boost really boost hydration?
of people who tried Biotrue Hydration Boost eye drops say it provides instant moisture/hydration.*
6 out of 7
approximately 6 out of 7 people who tried Biotrue Hydration Boost eye drops say it helps keep eyes comfortable when using phones, laptops, screens, etc.*
7 out of 8
approximately 7 out of 8 people who tried Biotrue Hydration Boost eye drops say it helps hydrate tired eyes.*
*results of an In Home Use Test, March 2021 (n=728)
Eye care is a lot like self care.
First of all, it’s good for you. And, there are so many different
things you can do to keep your body (or eyes in this case) happy and healthy.
Here are some of our favorite tips.
Yes, all those glasses of water your mother, your doctor, every
wellness influencer out there tells you to drink – they help to
hydrate your eyes as much as the rest of your body!
Wear Sunglasses. Even in Winter.
Wild but, your eyes can actually get sunburnt just like your skin! Even if it’s cold out! If you’re outside for longer than an errand or two, put your shades on and protect those eyes.
Give your eyes a break from digital drain.
We’re all on our screens a lot. Like. A lot. It’s just a fact of life. So we won’t tell you to cut screen time entirely – but all that digital staring means you’re blinking less frequently. And not blinking leaves your eyes dry and strained. Try the 20-20-20 rule. For every 20 minutes in front of a screen, take a 20 second break and look at something 20 feet away.