Bright Eyes Complete

Bright Eyes Complete is formulated with a unique group of nutrients to offer superior vision support. Each serving provides 20 mg of lutein and 4 mg of zeaxanthin from Lutemax 2020. These carotenoids protect the eyes against UV and blue light, reducing eye strain and supporting clear vision. Saffron extract helps maintain healthy ocular pressure. And alpha lipoic acid is the universal antioxidant that helps recycle eye-supporting vitamins A, C, and E, while working with black currant anthocyanins and the minerals for heightened visual performance and free radical protection.
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Improved clarity, less eye strain and unparalleled protection against age-related visual decline

Now you can get more visual clarity, reduced eye fatigue, and superior support for long-term eye health with Bright Eyes Complete -- our custom vision formula that provides research-backed protection against oxidative and environmental stresses.

Here’s why that’s important…

As you age, your eyes may begin to suffer from nutritional deficiencies, oxidation, and eye strain from the blue light of computers, smartphones and CFL bulbs.

This assault can impact the macula, the sensitive area of the retina that is critical for clear vision. And it certainly contributes to daily eye fatigue.

Bright Eyes Complete to the rescue

Our advanced formula incorporates the key ingredients the National Eye Institute recommends for long-term eye health, especially in support of the critical macula zone, plus some additional enhancements.

The landmark AREDS(2) study of 4,203 subjects ages 50 to 85 found that a nutrient formula of vitamins C and E, the carotonoids lutein and zeaxanthin, plus the minerals zinc and copper helped protect against age-related decline of the macula.

And we doubled the carotonoids and added antioxidants

Unlike other ARED(2) formulas, Bright Eyes Complete contains double the study dosage of the key carotonoid ingredients, lutein and zeaxanthin – to help you quickly and clearly identify objects in low light, while reducing eye strain.

Bright Eyes Complete also contains Vitamin A, for promoting healthy night vision. Selenium, to help neutralize free radicals. And Alpha Lipoic Acid, the universal antioxidant that recycles Vitamins A, C, and E, for maximum cellular protection. Plus, black current anthocyanins, to help maintain healthy ocular pressure. And that’s not all…

Two lines better on the Snellen Test

With Bright Eyes Complete, you also get Saffron Stigma, the nutrient that, in a study of participants with macular concerns, showed two lines of improvement in the Snellen Eye Chart test in just 90 days. And our formula has 50% more of this safe ingredient compared to the study dose.

The research is clear. If you want improved visual acuity, reduced eye strain, and unparalleled protection against age-related visual decline, get Bright Eyes Complete today!

Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule

Servings Per Container: 30

Directions: Adults take 1 capsule daily with a meal.

% DV
Vitamin A (as retinyl palmitate)
900 mcg RAE
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
90 mg
Vitamin E (as alpha-tocopheryl succinate)
22 mg
Zinc (as zinc oxide)
11 mg
Copper (as cupric oxide)
0.9 mg
Selenium (as L-selenomethionine)
55 mcg
Alpha lipoic acid
200 mg
Marigold (Tagetes erecta) flower extract   (Lutemax 2020®)
80 mg
20 mg
4 mg
Black currant fruit
50 mg
Saffron stigma extract
30 mg

†Daily Value (DV) not established.

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Hypromellose Magnesium Stearate, and Silicon Dioxide

Not manufacured with wheat, gluten, milk, egg, fish, shelfish, or tree nut ingredients. Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.

Lutemax 2020® is a registered product of Omniactive Health Technologies Limited.


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