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Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser – 60mL

(34 customer reviews)
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  • NATURAL RELIEF: Our Ultimate Hypochlorous eye gel contains 0.02% pure hypochlorous acid solution which is naturally produced by the body to fight off inflammation. Cleanses, calms, soothes, and helps with dry eyes, blepharitis, chalazion, meibomian gland dysfunction, and contact lens intolerance. We incorporated the advantage of gel because it is thicker, not runny, and stays on the skin for longer periods.
  • FAST RESULTS: Our hypoallergenic unique formula is specially formulated in gel form because it absorbs in the skin and has longer-lasting effects. Perfect for sensitive skin contains no alcohol, fragrance, parabens, sulfates, or harsh bleaches, and is even preservative-free! Safe for everyday use, it prevents the buildup of dirt and oils around the lashes. Use twice a day as your eye hygiene routine.
  • EASY AND EFFECTIVE: Unlike lash shampoos, NOVEHA prevents oil buildup around lash extensions, keeping your eyelashes and lids healthy, and helping to prevent issues to maintain and ensure the longer life of your lash extensions. And no need to wash or wait long: the gel texture seeps easily into the skin and lasts on the skin longer.

Product Description

NOVEHA Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser offer science-based natural relief for dry eyes, blepharitis, and more. With 0.02% pure hypochlorous acid, this FDA-approved, hypoallergenic gel cleanses, calms, and soothes. Its unique gel formula ensures longer-lasting effects, preventing oil and organism buildup around lashes. Alcohol, fragrance, paraben, sulfate, and bleach-free, it’s safe for everyday use, promoting optimal eyelash and lid health.

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NOVEHA Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser offer science-based natural relief for dry eyes, blepharitis, and more. With 0.02% pure hypochlorous acid, this FDA-approved, hypoallergenic gel cleanses, calms, and soothes. Its unique gel formula ensures longer-lasting effects, preventing oil and organism buildup around lashes. Alcohol, fragrance, paraben, sulfate, and bleach-free, it’s safe for everyday use, promoting optimal eyelash and lid health.

34 reviews for Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser – 60mL

  1. Dee

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wow

    Works perfectly

  2. SKYND

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A great cleanser for eyelashes! Exactly as stated in listing.

    It works great just get it.

  3. Mia G.Mia G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Soothing for allergy itchy and dry eyes.

    Overall Impression:-I would get it again and would recommend it. It’s now a must have staple for our medicine cabinet and personal care. My husband and I both love it and use it for dry eyes, allergy eyes and for myself psoratic arthritis eye issues.-We also use hypochlorous products (liquid spray, this is the eye gel spray, they make other products) for skin care (to calm rosacea, cleanse the skin, help with breakouts of acne) and in first aid (cuts, scrapes, burns, skin irritation, rashes, insect bites, itching).-We use hypochlorous (the spray for the body and skin, this one is for the eyes, they make sprays for the skin) as a cleanser instead of peroxide and instead of or antibiotic salve or in addition to it when needed. It helps with the pain of an injury and stops the stinging and burning and everything heals faster than without it. When you try it, you’ll see what I’m talking about. We’re even using it on sore areas on the body and it helps some, it won’t replace things like topicals for pain relief but it does help with inflammation.-Again, this spray is for the eyes, you’d want to buy a different one for the body. This brand and other brands make them. This is specially made for the eye and costs more per oz. than some for the body, so you’d want to use the body-skin type on those areas and this on on the eye.-You can’t substitute the skin and body spray for the eye spray. They are different in the concentrations. I checked because I already have hypochlorous spray for the body and skin. This also has aloe which is soothing, the skin and body sprays do not have aloe.-Knowing how much we loved and use hypochlorous spray trying it for eye issues was a great option. So I was excited to find an eye-ocular spray to try. I have so many eye issues that yes, sadly it was exciting. The prospect of getting relief from itchy allergy eyes (drops help the eyeball itself not around the eye and lash line) was promising. (I’ve rubbed my lower lashes so much, I barely have any left.)-It does not disappoint. It helps calm the itching and burning around the eyelids and lower lash lines. You’ll still need your eye drops or gels and whatever else you use for dryness or allergies, etc., but this is a great tool to add. It adds a cleansing, soothing step that will help.-I’d not use it right when you do the drops. I’d use this first then let it dry, then use the drops so you don’t wipe any of the drop off if it runs out of your eye.What hypochlorous is, how it’s made, the safety and mainstream science behind it:-Hypochlorous acid is well documented in mainstream science and is evidence based and backed. It’s used in various medical and dermatological settings for it’s antibacterial and wound healing properties.-It’s a safe, natural, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial. It doesn’t contribute to antibiotic resistance like a lot of antibacterial products, due to it working differently.-It’s widely used in mainstream medicine. If you google hypochlorous medical use, you’ll see medical journal articles and a WHO (World Health Organization) guide on it’s use in would care, especially in diabetics and those in wound care centers.-Our bodies make hypochlorous acid (no, it’s the acid your stomach makes) your white blood cells make it and use it to fight off pathogens and bacteria. In products hypochlorous is never blood based or based on human fluids. They’re able to make a form of it with science that mimics the hypochlorous our bodies already make and use.-There’s a reason you will notice a slight odor to hypochlorous products. It’s normal and natural and don’t let it be off-putting to you. It will remind you of a chlorine swimming pool or bleach. It quickly goes away and doesn’t linger or cause any burning or irritation.-The reason is because when hypochlorous is made (outside the human body), the method is a special way of utilizing purified water and salt (like table salt). It doesn’t feel salty or have a salty odor on the skin.-It’s not the same as saline salt sprays for the eyes or skin. Those are wonderful in their own way and have a lot of great uses. This doesn’t work or feel like them in any way, and they aren’t a substitute.-Google the science, it’s impressive and is mainstream and documented well in it’s uses and results in medicine and skincare. It’s used in wound care and dermatology with great results and safety.-It’s safe. It’s just a specially treated (to make hypochlorous from it) purified water and salt (table salt). It doesn’t have the risk and issues of antibiotic resistance that products with chemical antibacterials have.Pros:-Helps with dry eyes, allergy eyes, itching, burning, irritation and inflammation around the eye, eyelid and lashes.-Cleanses the eye and the lash area and is a safe, natural antibacterial and anti inflammatory.-Non irritating or drying. It does not burn or sting.-Moisturizes and soothes with the aloe gel and treats, cleanses with the hypochlorous acid.-Safe, mainstream science based and widely used ingredient hypochlorous acid is well recognized as useful and safe even by the World Health Organization (WHO).How to use it:-You do NOT spray this into your open eye or put it in the eye itself. It’s not an eye drop or eye gel that should have contact with your eyeball. (I’ve gotten some in my eye accidentally and it did not burn or hurt or cause any harm.)-You want to spray it on a wipe and use it to cleanse your eye. They sell wipes for this. I’ve used some I love and already have (from Amazon) (Intrinsics 407300 Petite Silken Wipes). I cut them in half (they come folded into fourths, I use it as a two layer vs four layer and get 2 uses out of one wipe, 1 layer is just too thin). (They’re also what I use for face cleansing with Bioderma micellar water).-Be sure the pad is soft and not scratchy or you’ll irritate the skin and do more harm than good. Standard drug store or beauty supply wipes (even soft cotton) are too scratchy and irritating.-Be sure the pad is wet enough or even the silkiest pad isn’t soft enough. A dry pad is scratchy. You don’t need it too wet, but wet enough.-I find with the wipes I mentioned, I need 3-4 sprays into the pad before using it (that works on both eyes, you don’t have to respray the pad). 1-2 is too dry. You spray it right into the pad and then use it to cleanse the eyes. You don’t have to change the pad between eyes, unless there’s a medical or sanitary reason you want or need to.-I find I really need to focus it on my lower lash-line and right under it as that’s an issue for me with the area being irritated (psoriatic arthritis issues).-After washing, wiping your eye area with the spray on a pad, do NOT wipe off the spray. Let it sit on your skin and lashes and work. If you remove it like you would soap or something you should rinse or wipe off, it will not be as effective as if you let it just sit on the skin and lashes like it was meant to do. View it as a cleanse that is a treatment when left on your skin and lashes.-A tip, is to use the spray and wipe and cleanse after going outside and coming back in or any exposure to allergies and dust (or whatever bothers your eyes). You’ll still need your normal allergy eye drops, but this helps get it off so you won’t rub your eyes so much.Cons:-None-Do be aware that a very mild, temporary chlorine, bleach, swimming pool like odor is normal. It is safe, normal and quickly goes away.-I’d suggest trying to get used to it (you quickly do and it’s mild not strong at all, I’m very scent sensitive and find it okay) as the benefits to using this are really worth it.Final Thoughts:-Highly recommend it and will keep getting it as long as they make it, it’s that good.-I suggest also adding other hypochlorous products to your first aid and skincare routine. Just get a hypochlorous spray for the skin (this is for the eyes) this brand makes it and there are a few others that do also.-Try it (spray for body and skin) to cleanse for first aid and to help with skin issues (irritation, acne, rosacea). It won’t be the only product you’ll ever need or use, but it’s a great helper and step to help with a lot of issues that this benefits.

  4. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product for oil build up in eye lashes

    I liked the gel it removed oil build up in my lower lashes. The gel made the cleaning much gentler than the oil I had purchased before. I will order this product in the gel form again.

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(34 customer reviews)

Marie10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

Non irritating

I have sensitive eyes and I absolutely love this stuff. I use it as makeup remover or just to cleanse my eyes. Sprayer works well.


Connor McFee10 months ago

3.0 out of 5 stars

Clogged

After using half the bottle the sprayer clogged. Couldn’t unclog it no matter how I tried. Went back to Avonova

One person found this helpful


Debra F. Brooks10 months ago

4.0 out of 5 stars

Like the product, but not the bottle.

I like the product, but after a few days use, the pump sprayer quit working. I tried clearing the hole and running water through it, but nothing works. Nothing comes out, so I had to remove the spray head.

4 people found this helpful


Sheila Schmidt10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

cleans and moisturizer for eyelids

I have used so many eye wipes and they all dry out my eyelids and make the blepharitis so much worse. Even to make my eye lids flaky. This product is so nice. It has gel in it. It cleans and moisturizes. So nice.

2 people found this helpful


Mrs. Glover10 months ago

3.0 out of 5 stars

Not improvement

This is my SECOND time getting it, quite frankly I did not notice any improvement, relief just for few seconds after use,


Dina Bloch10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

This Product is Just As Good As Is he Expensive One!

This product is just as good as the ones that are double in price!It almost immediately gave me relief and helped clear up all my symptoms and irritations.I highly recommend⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Blanca Kaufman10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

Excellent product.

Used for cleaning eyelids and eyelashes. It's very moisturizing. Love it!


TIN10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

Great value

Recommended by my eye dr. for an eye condition.

One person found this helpful


deegee10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

Great product

With dry eyes it's a constant battle to hydrate them. The outer eye suffers too, gets itchy, crusty, always needing attention.Upon trying this product not only does it clean lashes and lids but it feel like it's adding moisture to area as my lids are far less itchy and dry feeling.I was surprised to get such great results from a very fairly priced product.


Ellen Mouradian10 months ago

3.0 out of 5 stars

Meh

The solution in the bottle does work for cleaning eye lids and lashes. The sprayer from the bottle was functional once with the intitial use. Then it simply did not work. The effect is not the same. It's wasteful.

2 people found this helpful


Miriam Todd10 months ago

4.0 out of 5 stars

Pretty convenient

This is not what I thought it was but still very convenient. For example if you have been going days with putting make up on this is great for an end of the week lid cleanse. It really gets the oil and dirt off

One person found this helpful


SuLu10 months ago

4.0 out of 5 stars

Gentle but effective long-lasting relief for my dry, itchy eyes, EZ to use gel but no seal....

I have dry eyes and I also spend a lot of time on my computer (way too much time, really) + I read a lot. So my eyes always feel tired and they frequently feel gritty. I have already tried the regular (non-gel) version of this eyelid/lash cleaner and I really like how it helps to refresh my dry, itchy eyes. I like this gel one even better -- it is cool and feels very soothing + since it has a thicker consistency, it doesn't dry/evaporate as quickly and seems to provide longer lasting results.. I spray this on a cotton pad to saturate it and use one side to gently swipe across one eyelid and use the second side for the other eye. This arrived boxed and wrapped in plastic but there was safety seal. I have ordered other products from this brand that were either shrink-wrapped or sealed, so I took off one star for the lack of a seal. This is a very simple formulation, and the current price of $9.99 does seem a bit high for a bottle that only contains two ounces, but it is very effective for me and causes no irritation. I would buy this again.

One person found this helpful


Dee10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

Wow

Works perfectly


SKYND10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

A great cleanser for eyelashes! Exactly as stated in listing.

It works great just get it.


Comdet10 months ago

4.0 out of 5 stars

Good formulation, but prefer the non-gel version; lacks safety seals on the bottle

I routinely use hypochlorous acid eye washes for eye styes. It does an excellent job at significantly decreasing how often I get one and, if one does occur, it is far less significant than when I didn’t use the eye washes.This is a standard concentration (0.02%) hypochlorous acid (there are some at 0.01%, but they don’t work as well for stye prevention). But rather than be water thin as other washes, it has a gel-like consistency. It is thin enough to easily go through the spray head, but it is more viscous than the typical eye wash. That’s good since the gel means less waste since it's less runny. However, it does leave a bit of a residue behind that makes my eyelids feel a bit sticky.It comes in a plastic bottle with a good quality spray head. I was disappointed that the bottle lacked a safety seal or shrink wrap band. There is a plastic cap on the spray head but the bottle opening was not sealed. The bottle came in a box (which also lacked a safety seal or shrink wrap). While I like low-waste packaging, I would have liked to see more safety seals used for a product I’m spraying on my eyes.One star down for the gel residue and the lack of a safety/tamper-proof seal on the bottle. No complaints about the effectiveness, but there are some better options available.

3 people found this helpful


Mia G.Mia G.10 months ago

5.0 out of 5 stars

Soothing for allergy itchy and dry eyes.

Overall Impression:-I would get it again and would recommend it. It's now a must have staple for our medicine cabinet and personal care. My husband and I both love it and use it for dry eyes, allergy eyes and for myself psoratic arthritis eye issues.-We also use hypochlorous products (liquid spray, this is the eye gel spray, they make other products) for skin care (to calm rosacea, cleanse the skin, help with breakouts of acne) and in first aid (cuts, scrapes, burns, skin irritation, rashes, insect bites, itching).-We use hypochlorous (the spray for the body and skin, this one is for the eyes, they make sprays for the skin) as a cleanser instead of peroxide and instead of or antibiotic salve or in addition to it when needed. It helps with the pain of an injury and stops the stinging and burning and everything heals faster than without it. When you try it, you'll see what I'm talking about. We're even using it on sore areas on the body and it helps some, it won't replace things like topicals for pain relief but it does help with inflammation.-Again, this spray is for the eyes, you'd want to buy a different one for the body. This brand and other brands make them. This is specially made for the eye and costs more per oz. than some for the body, so you'd want to use the body-skin type on those areas and this on on the eye.-You can't substitute the skin and body spray for the eye spray. They are different in the concentrations. I checked because I already have hypochlorous spray for the body and skin. This also has aloe which is soothing, the skin and body sprays do not have aloe.-Knowing how much we loved and use hypochlorous spray trying it for eye issues was a great option. So I was excited to find an eye-ocular spray to try. I have so many eye issues that yes, sadly it was exciting. The prospect of getting relief from itchy allergy eyes (drops help the eyeball itself not around the eye and lash line) was promising. (I’ve rubbed my lower lashes so much, I barely have any left.)-It does not disappoint. It helps calm the itching and burning around the eyelids and lower lash lines. You'll still need your eye drops or gels and whatever else you use for dryness or allergies, etc., but this is a great tool to add. It adds a cleansing, soothing step that will help.-I'd not use it right when you do the drops. I'd use this first then let it dry, then use the drops so you don't wipe any of the drop off if it runs out of your eye.What hypochlorous is, how it's made, the safety and mainstream science behind it:-Hypochlorous acid is well documented in mainstream science and is evidence based and backed. It's used in various medical and dermatological settings for it's antibacterial and wound healing properties.-It's a safe, natural, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial. It doesn't contribute to antibiotic resistance like a lot of antibacterial products, due to it working differently.-It's widely used in mainstream medicine. If you google hypochlorous medical use, you'll see medical journal articles and a WHO (World Health Organization) guide on it's use in would care, especially in diabetics and those in wound care centers.-Our bodies make hypochlorous acid (no, it's the acid your stomach makes) your white blood cells make it and use it to fight off pathogens and bacteria. In products hypochlorous is never blood based or based on human fluids. They're able to make a form of it with science that mimics the hypochlorous our bodies already make and use.-There's a reason you will notice a slight odor to hypochlorous products. It's normal and natural and don't let it be off-putting to you. It will remind you of a chlorine swimming pool or bleach. It quickly goes away and doesn't linger or cause any burning or irritation.-The reason is because when hypochlorous is made (outside the human body), the method is a special way of utilizing purified water and salt (like table salt). It doesn't feel salty or have a salty odor on the skin.-It's not the same as saline salt sprays for the eyes or skin. Those are wonderful in their own way and have a lot of great uses. This doesn't work or feel like them in any way, and they aren't a substitute.-Google the science, it's impressive and is mainstream and documented well in it's uses and results in medicine and skincare. It's used in wound care and dermatology with great results and safety.-It's safe. It's just a specially treated (to make hypochlorous from it) purified water and salt (table salt). It doesn't have the risk and issues of antibiotic resistance that products with chemical antibacterials have.Pros:-Helps with dry eyes, allergy eyes, itching, burning, irritation and inflammation around the eye, eyelid and lashes.-Cleanses the eye and the lash area and is a safe, natural antibacterial and anti inflammatory.-Non irritating or drying. It does not burn or sting.-Moisturizes and soothes with the aloe gel and treats, cleanses with the hypochlorous acid.-Safe, mainstream science based and widely used ingredient hypochlorous acid is well recognized as useful and safe even by the World Health Organization (WHO).How to use it:-You do NOT spray this into your open eye or put it in the eye itself. It's not an eye drop or eye gel that should have contact with your eyeball. (I've gotten some in my eye accidentally and it did not burn or hurt or cause any harm.)-You want to spray it on a wipe and use it to cleanse your eye. They sell wipes for this. I've used some I love and already have (from Amazon) (Intrinsics 407300 Petite Silken Wipes). I cut them in half (they come folded into fourths, I use it as a two layer vs four layer and get 2 uses out of one wipe, 1 layer is just too thin). (They're also what I use for face cleansing with Bioderma micellar water).-Be sure the pad is soft and not scratchy or you'll irritate the skin and do more harm than good. Standard drug store or beauty supply wipes (even soft cotton) are too scratchy and irritating.-Be sure the pad is wet enough or even the silkiest pad isn't soft enough. A dry pad is scratchy. You don’t need it too wet, but wet enough.-I find with the wipes I mentioned, I need 3-4 sprays into the pad before using it (that works on both eyes, you don’t have to respray the pad). 1-2 is too dry. You spray it right into the pad and then use it to cleanse the eyes. You don’t have to change the pad between eyes, unless there’s a medical or sanitary reason you want or need to.-I find I really need to focus it on my lower lash-line and right under it as that's an issue for me with the area being irritated (psoriatic arthritis issues).-After washing, wiping your eye area with the spray on a pad, do NOT wipe off the spray. Let it sit on your skin and lashes and work. If you remove it like you would soap or something you should rinse or wipe off, it will not be as effective as if you let it just sit on the skin and lashes like it was meant to do. View it as a cleanse that is a treatment when left on your skin and lashes.-A tip, is to use the spray and wipe and cleanse after going outside and coming back in or any exposure to allergies and dust (or whatever bothers your eyes). You'll still need your normal allergy eye drops, but this helps get it off so you won't rub your eyes so much.Cons:-None-Do be aware that a very mild, temporary chlorine, bleach, swimming pool like odor is normal. It is safe, normal and quickly goes away.-I'd suggest trying to get used to it (you quickly do and it's mild not strong at all, I'm very scent sensitive and find it okay) as the benefits to using this are really worth it.Final Thoughts:-Highly recommend it and will keep getting it as long as they make it, it's that good.-I suggest also adding other hypochlorous products to your first aid and skincare routine. Just get a hypochlorous spray for the skin (this is for the eyes) this brand makes it and there are a few others that do also.-Try it (spray for body and skin) to cleanse for first aid and to help with skin issues (irritation, acne, rosacea). It won't be the only product you'll ever need or use, but it's a great helper and step to help with a lot of issues that this benefits.


Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser – 60mL

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(34 customer reviews)
Choose frequency:
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  • NATURAL RELIEF: Our Ultimate Hypochlorous eye gel contains 0.02% pure hypochlorous acid solution which is naturally produced by the body to fight off inflammation. Cleanses, calms, soothes, and helps with dry eyes, blepharitis, chalazion, meibomian gland dysfunction, and contact lens intolerance. We incorporated the advantage of gel because it is thicker, not runny, and stays on the skin for longer periods.
  • FAST RESULTS: Our hypoallergenic unique formula is specially formulated in gel form because it absorbs in the skin and has longer-lasting effects. Perfect for sensitive skin contains no alcohol, fragrance, parabens, sulfates, or harsh bleaches, and is even preservative-free! Safe for everyday use, it prevents the buildup of dirt and oils around the lashes. Use twice a day as your eye hygiene routine.
  • EASY AND EFFECTIVE: Unlike lash shampoos, NOVEHA prevents oil buildup around lash extensions, keeping your eyelashes and lids healthy, and helping to prevent issues to maintain and ensure the longer life of your lash extensions. And no need to wash or wait long: the gel texture seeps easily into the skin and lasts on the skin longer.
(34 customer reviews)

34 reviews for Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser – 60mL

  1. Dee

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wow

    Works perfectly

  2. SKYND

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A great cleanser for eyelashes! Exactly as stated in listing.

    It works great just get it.

  3. Mia G.Mia G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Soothing for allergy itchy and dry eyes.

    Overall Impression:-I would get it again and would recommend it. It’s now a must have staple for our medicine cabinet and personal care. My husband and I both love it and use it for dry eyes, allergy eyes and for myself psoratic arthritis eye issues.-We also use hypochlorous products (liquid spray, this is the eye gel spray, they make other products) for skin care (to calm rosacea, cleanse the skin, help with breakouts of acne) and in first aid (cuts, scrapes, burns, skin irritation, rashes, insect bites, itching).-We use hypochlorous (the spray for the body and skin, this one is for the eyes, they make sprays for the skin) as a cleanser instead of peroxide and instead of or antibiotic salve or in addition to it when needed. It helps with the pain of an injury and stops the stinging and burning and everything heals faster than without it. When you try it, you’ll see what I’m talking about. We’re even using it on sore areas on the body and it helps some, it won’t replace things like topicals for pain relief but it does help with inflammation.-Again, this spray is for the eyes, you’d want to buy a different one for the body. This brand and other brands make them. This is specially made for the eye and costs more per oz. than some for the body, so you’d want to use the body-skin type on those areas and this on on the eye.-You can’t substitute the skin and body spray for the eye spray. They are different in the concentrations. I checked because I already have hypochlorous spray for the body and skin. This also has aloe which is soothing, the skin and body sprays do not have aloe.-Knowing how much we loved and use hypochlorous spray trying it for eye issues was a great option. So I was excited to find an eye-ocular spray to try. I have so many eye issues that yes, sadly it was exciting. The prospect of getting relief from itchy allergy eyes (drops help the eyeball itself not around the eye and lash line) was promising. (I’ve rubbed my lower lashes so much, I barely have any left.)-It does not disappoint. It helps calm the itching and burning around the eyelids and lower lash lines. You’ll still need your eye drops or gels and whatever else you use for dryness or allergies, etc., but this is a great tool to add. It adds a cleansing, soothing step that will help.-I’d not use it right when you do the drops. I’d use this first then let it dry, then use the drops so you don’t wipe any of the drop off if it runs out of your eye.What hypochlorous is, how it’s made, the safety and mainstream science behind it:-Hypochlorous acid is well documented in mainstream science and is evidence based and backed. It’s used in various medical and dermatological settings for it’s antibacterial and wound healing properties.-It’s a safe, natural, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial. It doesn’t contribute to antibiotic resistance like a lot of antibacterial products, due to it working differently.-It’s widely used in mainstream medicine. If you google hypochlorous medical use, you’ll see medical journal articles and a WHO (World Health Organization) guide on it’s use in would care, especially in diabetics and those in wound care centers.-Our bodies make hypochlorous acid (no, it’s the acid your stomach makes) your white blood cells make it and use it to fight off pathogens and bacteria. In products hypochlorous is never blood based or based on human fluids. They’re able to make a form of it with science that mimics the hypochlorous our bodies already make and use.-There’s a reason you will notice a slight odor to hypochlorous products. It’s normal and natural and don’t let it be off-putting to you. It will remind you of a chlorine swimming pool or bleach. It quickly goes away and doesn’t linger or cause any burning or irritation.-The reason is because when hypochlorous is made (outside the human body), the method is a special way of utilizing purified water and salt (like table salt). It doesn’t feel salty or have a salty odor on the skin.-It’s not the same as saline salt sprays for the eyes or skin. Those are wonderful in their own way and have a lot of great uses. This doesn’t work or feel like them in any way, and they aren’t a substitute.-Google the science, it’s impressive and is mainstream and documented well in it’s uses and results in medicine and skincare. It’s used in wound care and dermatology with great results and safety.-It’s safe. It’s just a specially treated (to make hypochlorous from it) purified water and salt (table salt). It doesn’t have the risk and issues of antibiotic resistance that products with chemical antibacterials have.Pros:-Helps with dry eyes, allergy eyes, itching, burning, irritation and inflammation around the eye, eyelid and lashes.-Cleanses the eye and the lash area and is a safe, natural antibacterial and anti inflammatory.-Non irritating or drying. It does not burn or sting.-Moisturizes and soothes with the aloe gel and treats, cleanses with the hypochlorous acid.-Safe, mainstream science based and widely used ingredient hypochlorous acid is well recognized as useful and safe even by the World Health Organization (WHO).How to use it:-You do NOT spray this into your open eye or put it in the eye itself. It’s not an eye drop or eye gel that should have contact with your eyeball. (I’ve gotten some in my eye accidentally and it did not burn or hurt or cause any harm.)-You want to spray it on a wipe and use it to cleanse your eye. They sell wipes for this. I’ve used some I love and already have (from Amazon) (Intrinsics 407300 Petite Silken Wipes). I cut them in half (they come folded into fourths, I use it as a two layer vs four layer and get 2 uses out of one wipe, 1 layer is just too thin). (They’re also what I use for face cleansing with Bioderma micellar water).-Be sure the pad is soft and not scratchy or you’ll irritate the skin and do more harm than good. Standard drug store or beauty supply wipes (even soft cotton) are too scratchy and irritating.-Be sure the pad is wet enough or even the silkiest pad isn’t soft enough. A dry pad is scratchy. You don’t need it too wet, but wet enough.-I find with the wipes I mentioned, I need 3-4 sprays into the pad before using it (that works on both eyes, you don’t have to respray the pad). 1-2 is too dry. You spray it right into the pad and then use it to cleanse the eyes. You don’t have to change the pad between eyes, unless there’s a medical or sanitary reason you want or need to.-I find I really need to focus it on my lower lash-line and right under it as that’s an issue for me with the area being irritated (psoriatic arthritis issues).-After washing, wiping your eye area with the spray on a pad, do NOT wipe off the spray. Let it sit on your skin and lashes and work. If you remove it like you would soap or something you should rinse or wipe off, it will not be as effective as if you let it just sit on the skin and lashes like it was meant to do. View it as a cleanse that is a treatment when left on your skin and lashes.-A tip, is to use the spray and wipe and cleanse after going outside and coming back in or any exposure to allergies and dust (or whatever bothers your eyes). You’ll still need your normal allergy eye drops, but this helps get it off so you won’t rub your eyes so much.Cons:-None-Do be aware that a very mild, temporary chlorine, bleach, swimming pool like odor is normal. It is safe, normal and quickly goes away.-I’d suggest trying to get used to it (you quickly do and it’s mild not strong at all, I’m very scent sensitive and find it okay) as the benefits to using this are really worth it.Final Thoughts:-Highly recommend it and will keep getting it as long as they make it, it’s that good.-I suggest also adding other hypochlorous products to your first aid and skincare routine. Just get a hypochlorous spray for the skin (this is for the eyes) this brand makes it and there are a few others that do also.-Try it (spray for body and skin) to cleanse for first aid and to help with skin issues (irritation, acne, rosacea). It won’t be the only product you’ll ever need or use, but it’s a great helper and step to help with a lot of issues that this benefits.

  4. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product for oil build up in eye lashes

    I liked the gel it removed oil build up in my lower lashes. The gel made the cleaning much gentler than the oil I had purchased before. I will order this product in the gel form again.

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NOVEHA Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser offer science-based natural relief for dry eyes, blepharitis, and more. With 0.02% pure hypochlorous acid, this FDA-approved, hypoallergenic gel cleanses, calms, and soothes. Its unique gel formula ensures longer-lasting effects, preventing oil and organism buildup around lashes. Alcohol, fragrance, paraben, sulfate, and bleach-free, it’s safe for everyday use, promoting optimal eyelash and lid health.

34 reviews for Eyelid and Lash Gel Cleanser – 60mL

  1. Dee

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wow

    Works perfectly

  2. SKYND

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A great cleanser for eyelashes! Exactly as stated in listing.

    It works great just get it.

  3. Mia G.Mia G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Soothing for allergy itchy and dry eyes.

    Overall Impression:-I would get it again and would recommend it. It’s now a must have staple for our medicine cabinet and personal care. My husband and I both love it and use it for dry eyes, allergy eyes and for myself psoratic arthritis eye issues.-We also use hypochlorous products (liquid spray, this is the eye gel spray, they make other products) for skin care (to calm rosacea, cleanse the skin, help with breakouts of acne) and in first aid (cuts, scrapes, burns, skin irritation, rashes, insect bites, itching).-We use hypochlorous (the spray for the body and skin, this one is for the eyes, they make sprays for the skin) as a cleanser instead of peroxide and instead of or antibiotic salve or in addition to it when needed. It helps with the pain of an injury and stops the stinging and burning and everything heals faster than without it. When you try it, you’ll see what I’m talking about. We’re even using it on sore areas on the body and it helps some, it won’t replace things like topicals for pain relief but it does help with inflammation.-Again, this spray is for the eyes, you’d want to buy a different one for the body. This brand and other brands make them. This is specially made for the eye and costs more per oz. than some for the body, so you’d want to use the body-skin type on those areas and this on on the eye.-You can’t substitute the skin and body spray for the eye spray. They are different in the concentrations. I checked because I already have hypochlorous spray for the body and skin. This also has aloe which is soothing, the skin and body sprays do not have aloe.-Knowing how much we loved and use hypochlorous spray trying it for eye issues was a great option. So I was excited to find an eye-ocular spray to try. I have so many eye issues that yes, sadly it was exciting. The prospect of getting relief from itchy allergy eyes (drops help the eyeball itself not around the eye and lash line) was promising. (I’ve rubbed my lower lashes so much, I barely have any left.)-It does not disappoint. It helps calm the itching and burning around the eyelids and lower lash lines. You’ll still need your eye drops or gels and whatever else you use for dryness or allergies, etc., but this is a great tool to add. It adds a cleansing, soothing step that will help.-I’d not use it right when you do the drops. I’d use this first then let it dry, then use the drops so you don’t wipe any of the drop off if it runs out of your eye.What hypochlorous is, how it’s made, the safety and mainstream science behind it:-Hypochlorous acid is well documented in mainstream science and is evidence based and backed. It’s used in various medical and dermatological settings for it’s antibacterial and wound healing properties.-It’s a safe, natural, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial. It doesn’t contribute to antibiotic resistance like a lot of antibacterial products, due to it working differently.-It’s widely used in mainstream medicine. If you google hypochlorous medical use, you’ll see medical journal articles and a WHO (World Health Organization) guide on it’s use in would care, especially in diabetics and those in wound care centers.-Our bodies make hypochlorous acid (no, it’s the acid your stomach makes) your white blood cells make it and use it to fight off pathogens and bacteria. In products hypochlorous is never blood based or based on human fluids. They’re able to make a form of it with science that mimics the hypochlorous our bodies already make and use.-There’s a reason you will notice a slight odor to hypochlorous products. It’s normal and natural and don’t let it be off-putting to you. It will remind you of a chlorine swimming pool or bleach. It quickly goes away and doesn’t linger or cause any burning or irritation.-The reason is because when hypochlorous is made (outside the human body), the method is a special way of utilizing purified water and salt (like table salt). It doesn’t feel salty or have a salty odor on the skin.-It’s not the same as saline salt sprays for the eyes or skin. Those are wonderful in their own way and have a lot of great uses. This doesn’t work or feel like them in any way, and they aren’t a substitute.-Google the science, it’s impressive and is mainstream and documented well in it’s uses and results in medicine and skincare. It’s used in wound care and dermatology with great results and safety.-It’s safe. It’s just a specially treated (to make hypochlorous from it) purified water and salt (table salt). It doesn’t have the risk and issues of antibiotic resistance that products with chemical antibacterials have.Pros:-Helps with dry eyes, allergy eyes, itching, burning, irritation and inflammation around the eye, eyelid and lashes.-Cleanses the eye and the lash area and is a safe, natural antibacterial and anti inflammatory.-Non irritating or drying. It does not burn or sting.-Moisturizes and soothes with the aloe gel and treats, cleanses with the hypochlorous acid.-Safe, mainstream science based and widely used ingredient hypochlorous acid is well recognized as useful and safe even by the World Health Organization (WHO).How to use it:-You do NOT spray this into your open eye or put it in the eye itself. It’s not an eye drop or eye gel that should have contact with your eyeball. (I’ve gotten some in my eye accidentally and it did not burn or hurt or cause any harm.)-You want to spray it on a wipe and use it to cleanse your eye. They sell wipes for this. I’ve used some I love and already have (from Amazon) (Intrinsics 407300 Petite Silken Wipes). I cut them in half (they come folded into fourths, I use it as a two layer vs four layer and get 2 uses out of one wipe, 1 layer is just too thin). (They’re also what I use for face cleansing with Bioderma micellar water).-Be sure the pad is soft and not scratchy or you’ll irritate the skin and do more harm than good. Standard drug store or beauty supply wipes (even soft cotton) are too scratchy and irritating.-Be sure the pad is wet enough or even the silkiest pad isn’t soft enough. A dry pad is scratchy. You don’t need it too wet, but wet enough.-I find with the wipes I mentioned, I need 3-4 sprays into the pad before using it (that works on both eyes, you don’t have to respray the pad). 1-2 is too dry. You spray it right into the pad and then use it to cleanse the eyes. You don’t have to change the pad between eyes, unless there’s a medical or sanitary reason you want or need to.-I find I really need to focus it on my lower lash-line and right under it as that’s an issue for me with the area being irritated (psoriatic arthritis issues).-After washing, wiping your eye area with the spray on a pad, do NOT wipe off the spray. Let it sit on your skin and lashes and work. If you remove it like you would soap or something you should rinse or wipe off, it will not be as effective as if you let it just sit on the skin and lashes like it was meant to do. View it as a cleanse that is a treatment when left on your skin and lashes.-A tip, is to use the spray and wipe and cleanse after going outside and coming back in or any exposure to allergies and dust (or whatever bothers your eyes). You’ll still need your normal allergy eye drops, but this helps get it off so you won’t rub your eyes so much.Cons:-None-Do be aware that a very mild, temporary chlorine, bleach, swimming pool like odor is normal. It is safe, normal and quickly goes away.-I’d suggest trying to get used to it (you quickly do and it’s mild not strong at all, I’m very scent sensitive and find it okay) as the benefits to using this are really worth it.Final Thoughts:-Highly recommend it and will keep getting it as long as they make it, it’s that good.-I suggest also adding other hypochlorous products to your first aid and skincare routine. Just get a hypochlorous spray for the skin (this is for the eyes) this brand makes it and there are a few others that do also.-Try it (spray for body and skin) to cleanse for first aid and to help with skin issues (irritation, acne, rosacea). It won’t be the only product you’ll ever need or use, but it’s a great helper and step to help with a lot of issues that this benefits.

  4. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product for oil build up in eye lashes

    I liked the gel it removed oil build up in my lower lashes. The gel made the cleaning much gentler than the oil I had purchased before. I will order this product in the gel form again.

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