Dry eye disease occurs when your eyes don’t produce enough tears or when the tears evaporate too quickly, leading to discomfort, visual disturbances, and potential damage to the eye’s surface. Managing dry eye involves treatments like artificial tears, lifestyle changes, and sometimes medications to improve tear production and reduce inflammation.

  • Dry eye disease, or DED, happens when your eyes don't get enough lubrication from tears, leading to discomfort. Tears are crucial for keeping your eyes healthy and ensuring clear vision. This condition, also called keratoconjunctivitis sicca, can happen at any age, but it's more common in older people. The imbalance in tear composition or production causes dry eyes. This can affect your cornea, which plays a big role in your eye's ability to focus light for clear vision. Keeping your tear film healthy is essential for good eyesight.

  • Lubricating your tear film helps to protect and nourish your cornea and alleviate dry eye.

  • AEON is a family of eye drops formulated to support the health of your tear film and offer long-lasting lubrication for dry eye.