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Avenova/Ocusoft Cleanser w/Hypochlorous Acid vs Cliradex/Tea Tree Oil

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  • Avenova/Ocusoft Cleanser w/Hypochlorous Acid vs Cliradex/Tea Tree Oil

    Have someone use the followings and find them effective/safe for demodex/bacterias?
    Can tea tree oil also kill bacterias or just demodex?

    1) Avenova Cleanser/Hypochlorous Acid/HOCI 0.01%
    seems can kill demodex and bacteria (see video from 12:18

    2) Ocusoft Hypochlor 0.02% HOCI
    more info
    view video
    ''Controlling Bacteria Growth The Way Nature Intended'' by dr Alan G. Kabat, OD, FAAO,
    explains how effective OCuSOFT HypoChlor are for blepharitis and preoperative applications.

    3) Cliradex wipes /Tea tree oil / TTO

    --- Unfortunately these 3 items are NOT available in the country I live-----
    Last edited by MGD1701; 23-Jun-2017, 06:42.

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    Another alternative is Optase Tea Tree Oil wipes by Scope Ophthalmics (UK-based company). I found Cliradex was too much for me and stung but seem OK with the Optase. I cut them in half and store unused half back in packet then in a ziploc bag as they're a decent size.

    OPTASE™ TTO Lid Wipes contain a unique and gentle formula of Tea Tree Oil and Hyaluronic Acid. Tea Tree Oil is a natural ingredient with known anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Hyaluronic Acid moisturises and soothes the eyelids, and can help improve eyelid elasticity. In addition to Hyaluronic Acid, the lid wipes contain Camomile and Aloe Vera for further hydration and to soothe sore eyelids.
    Sufferer due to Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis.
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