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The OcuSci™ Eye Compress is recommended by eye doctors to provide
deep penetrating moist heat treatment for instant relief of dry, irritated eyes.

Now with HydroHeat™ Technology

The OcuSci™ Premium Eye Compress with HydroHeat™ Technology can be used hot or cold to help with eye discomfort.

  • USE IT HOT:    Dry eye syndrome, meibomian gland dysfunction, blepharitis, irritated eyes, TMJ
  • USE IT COLD:  Sinus pressure, tension, stress, hay fever/allergies, inflammation, puffy eyes

OcuSci™ is the ONLY compress with a machine-washable wicking cover— and the ONLY compress that can be heated in either a regular oven OR a microwave!  This hypoallergenic, antimicrobial treatment mask lasts for years. The OcuSci™ Dry Eye Compress will not support bacterial or fungal growth (a clear benefit over grain or seed-filled products).

New!  HydroHeat™️ Technology absorbs moisture from the air, releasing it as clean, deep-penetrating, moist heat. Patented HydroBlock feature prevents heat and moisture from escaping out the front of the compress. The removable, machine-washable, wicking cover with silver + antimicrobial inhibits bacterial growth while helping to deliver therapeutic heat and moisture longer than any other compress!  Patented plastic nosepiece is lined with silicone for perfect fit and comfort. 

Numerous benefits.

+ Machine-washable, removable wicking cover with silver+antimicrobial to  fight     bacterial growth and odor.
+ Patented elastic nose piece is lined with silicone to improve fit and comfort.
+ Hypoallergenic.
+ Retains moist heat for 10 minutes with it’s unique technology!

Use hot or cold.

The OcuSci™ Compress is safe, effective and convenient.  Microwave for 20 seconds or heat in the oven for about 4 minutes at 240°F.  Cool in the freezer for at least an hour to treat irritated eyes or headache. 

Alleviates symptoms of:
Dry eye
Meibomian gland dysfunction
Irritation and sore eyes
Soothing relief of:
Hay fever/allergies
Sinus headaches
TMJ (hot or cold)
Tired, itchy, puffy sore eyes