Introducing BlephEx

About 30% of patients suffer from symptoms of Blepharitis. BlephEx, an innovative procedure conducted in controlled environments, enables clinicians to actively treat the onset of Blepharitis in patients.

BlephEx decreases bacterial debris and scurf, which are the primary reasons of inflammatory lid diseases, which can help improve overall eyelid health. By utilizing BlephEx, patients can finally be relieved of Blepharitis and live without chronic eye irritation and other symptoms associated with the disease.

BlephEx is painless and can be performed on patients within minutes, making it a revolutionary treatment procedure for Blepharitis. It is also cost efficient for those who would other be using artificial tears and prescription drops.

BlephEx Starter Kit

Ocusoft Plus

OcuSoft® Plus, a unique and new lid scrub, helps to reduce the Blepharitis symptoms effectively. Available in 20 pre-moisturized pads, wrapped separately; these pads can also be purchased in a 50ml Foam Pump Bottle form.

OcuSoft® Plus’s advantages include it’s one of a kind ‘leave on’ formulation which contains Polyaminopropyl Biguanide (PHMB) – an antibacterial ingredient. This helps to effectively cleanse, relieve irritation, soothe, and remove oil or debris from your eyelids.

OcuSoft® Plus is also a proven solution for killing demodex; the chief causes of Blepharitis.

BlephEx Tips 20 x 4 Pack (sold separately)

The patented BlephEx Tips are disposable micro sponges, used in each eyelid. This prevents bacteria from spreading between lids.

BlephEx charging unit and hand piece

With the patented, new and revolutionary BlephEx hand piece, BlephEx Tips can be spun out with utmost precision along the edges of the patient’s lashes and eyelids. This helps effectively remove debris, scurf and also exfoliates the eyelids.

Demodex Model

Helping to visually demonstrate demodex or lash mite species, this model is effective to identify these mites that are able to live on human eyelashes.

Anatomical Model of Eyelid

This intricately detailed model of the eyelid can be used for comparison purposes. Healthy eyelids can be easily differentiated from one affected with blepharitis, and the benefits of BlephEx treatment can be explained to patients.