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 TheraLife® Eye Enhanced Only

Powerful Dry Eye Relief That Works

TheraLife® Eye Enhanced only  – For those who has their own fish oil, hot compress and eyelid cleanser.

Our unique proprietary oral formula revive and restore your own tears for dry eye relief.

Retail $120 – 4 bottles of 60 capsules each.

For bundled discounts, see below.


Doctor recommended and clinically proven to provide dry eye relief for 80% of first-time users.

Why Does TheraLife Eye Work?

  • Restores your eye’s ability to produce its natural tears for lasting dry eye relief.
  • Optimum formulation of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and natural herbs.
  • Increase micro-circulation within the eye.
  • Revitalizes and strengthens the eye’s capillaries.
  • Anti-inflammatory agents to reduce irritation and inflammation of the tear glands, eye surface and eyelids, and oil glands.
  • Clinically tested, proven to work for dry eye relief. No more drops.

How is TheraLife Eye different?

Theralife Eye differs from artificial tears and drops for dry eyes.

  • TheraLife Eye is an oral formulation that works from the inside out to target the root causes of dry eye. Unlike topical products like drops and artificial tears,
  • TheraLife Eye does not require frequent re-application throughout the day.
  • TheraLife Eye provides uninterrupted relief within 30-60 days.
  • Unique patented formula PURE OMEGA 3 FISH OIL to fight inflammation and provide lubrication to thicken tears

How It Works

Our unique proprietary and all-natural formula and is clinically proven to achieve chronic dry eye relief from the inside out through:

  • increasing intracellular metabolism (Mito-Activation),
  • membrane permeability,
  • blood micro-circulation.

These processes stimulate all the tear glands (meibomian, lacrimal, and goblet cells) to secrete their tears naturally and overcome issues for dry eye relief.

We simultaneously target the tri-fact of chronic dry eyes for optimized results: dry eyes, Blepharitis, and MGD.

  • TheraLIfe Eye capsules – revive and restore your tear production from the inside out.
  • Omega 3 fish oil- provides lubrication to thicken your tears and strong anti-inflammation.
  • Hot compress – to melt the clogging in your miebomian oil glands. 86% of people with dry eyes have meibomian gland dysfunction.
  • Avenova eyelid cleanser- to be used after a hot compress and gentle massage. Provide eyelid hygiene and prevent Blepharitis.

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Theralife Omega 3 Fish Oil – 100% Pure

Omega 3 fish oil

TheraLife’s Omega 3 fish oil  is molecularly distilled for purity, effectiveness, and safety. It is 100% pure.
Unique formula PURE OMEGA 3 FISH OIL to fight inflammation and provide lubrication to thicken tears.
price $35/bottle of 100 gel caps. 1000mg/cap

TheraLife Eye Bundle

TheraLife Eye Bundle

Complete Dry Eye Relief-

4 bottles of TheraLife Eye + 1 Fish Oil –

$150 Retail, you pay $140- Save $10.


Why Fish Oil?

In fish oils, which can be found as supplements, omega-3s are mostly present as triglycerides. In processed fish oils, the refining process causes the triglycerides to convert to ethyl esters, allowing food chemists to adjust the concentrations of DHA and EPA.

Customer Success Stories

“I have had a dry eye for many years. TheraLife has eased the discomfort and stinging I experienced daily. The redness is gone.  I now have a social life. No more waking up wondering how my eyes will look.  Now I know they’ll look refreshed and free of redness.

I’ve tried many other ways and paid thousands for treatments. TheraLife is the only thing that has indeed worked.”

L.F.- United States * results may vary.

Read more customer stories.

Clinical Study

completed a Phase IIb, six-site, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, in which it was demonstrated that TheraLife Eye provided significant improvement of dry eye syndrome when compared to a placebo. Data shows that TheraLife® Eye is successful at providing relief for 80% of first-time users. The TheraLife management team and scientific advisors represent the best of the best from the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, alternative medicine and medical technology fields. The company has been granted three U.S. patents and has five additional patents pending.


All TheraLife ingredients are tested to ensure safety, purity and the highest biological activity. TheraLife® Eye Enhanced capsules are manufactured following GMP quality guidelines in pharmaceutical grade facilities in the United States.

TheraLife Eye Enhanced has been registered with the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) since 2000. The powerful dry eye formula is patented and underwent a Phase II clinical trial study.

90-Day Money Back Guarantee

TheraLife® knows how to cure dry eyes! TheraLife Inc. offers a 90-day money back guarantee on all products.


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