For clean and hydrated eyes

An eye wash containing hyaluronic acid to care for
sore eyes


Using an eye bath to soothe sore eyes has been recommended by healthcare professionals for over a century.

The principle behind an eye bath is very simple: The idea is to create a formula that reproduces the characteristics of our own tear to act just as the natural tear would, by cleaning and restoring the surface of the eye.

Acuaiss Eye Bath is a product that mimics the composition of the tear film to perfection. It contains a saline solution and hyaluronic acid to help clean and hydrate in one simple step.

  • ● The saline solution simulates the composition of the natural tear film, meaning it behaves like a secretion from the tear duct, washing away dust and cosmetics to clean the surface of the eye. To avoid any sense of discomfort, the composition and tonicity of the formula must be fully compatible with the tear film, which is pH-neutral and has an osmolarity of 300. Acuaiss Eye Bath has a pH of 7.3 and an osmolarity of around 300.
  • ● The power of hyaluronic acid to retain water and join the tear film to the corneal epithelium stabilizes the tear, helping to restore the eye to its natural balance. Sodium hyaluronate or hyaluronic acid has excellent water retention capacity compared to other humectant agents, especially in low humidity conditions (dry environments). And since it is biocompatible, it does not cause rejection.

Acuaiss Eye Bath boasts the following properties:
● It washes away dirt from the surface of the eye.
● It has a moisturizing effect.
● It preserves the pH and tonicity of the tear.


Acuaiss Eye Bath is especially suitable for use in the following cases:

● When instant relief and freshness is needed to soothe sore, tired or red eyes due to dry environments, contact lenses, allergies or irritation caused by chlorine in swimming pools.

● To clean eyes before treating mild eye conditions (blepharitis, allergies or conjunctivitis).

● To wash eyes and eyelids daily.

Other potential indications for Acuaiss Eye Bath include:

● Removing foreign bodies.

● Surgery.

Method of use

How to use the eye bath

  1. Wash your hands before using the product.
  2. Fill the bath with the solution.
  3. Tilt your head forward slightly, place the full eye bath over one eye and press very gently. The solution should ideally be tepid to avoid contrasting temperatures.
  4. Tilt your head back slightly until you feel the liquid covering your whole eye and stay in that position throughout the process.
  5. Blink every 5 seconds to help clean and rinse your eye.
  6. After approximately 30 seconds (recommended bathing time), tilt your head forward again and remove the eye bath.
  7. Lastly, dry your eyelid and lashes using a sterile compress or hydrophilic cotton.
  8. Repeat the process with the other eye using fresh solution.
  9. Rinse the eye bath and leave it to dry.

How to wash your eyelids

Soak a piece of sterile gauze in Acuaiss Eye Bath solution and press it lightly against your eyelid for 30 seconds, wiping gently across the eyelid and lashes.