Ocusoft Lid Scrub Foaming Eyelid Cleanser (7.25 fl. oz.)

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OCUSOFT LID SCRUB FOAM Size: 7.25 OZ

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B000A7VRYG
  • UPC: 015718103073 885669658973 885390421327 885383400391 885843528689 885236987277 753927611674
  • Item model number: OCUSOFT064030

Customer Reviews

Excellent product

104 people found this helpful.
 on January 31, 2007
By Bridget
I previously used the Ocusoft single use cleansing pads, and now use this foaming cleanser. It was recommended during a consult with a new eye doctor. It is excellent, much better than attempting to use baby shampoo, which breaks up the tear film and is irritating. This is so gentle, does a great job of eliminating the daily buildup on my lashes from blepharitis and even removes my eye makeup well. No burning, rinses clean. I think I could wash my face with it! I still use the pads for travelling.

Real nice product

67 people found this helpful.
 on June 28, 2006
By Scotty B
I used the original Ocusoft pads and got the Lid Scrub foam right when it came out. I still have the bottle after almost six months and I use it daily. It’s a lot easier for me because I just put the bottle right in the shower and scrub my lids each morning. This product is so effective; my eyes don’t itch, look red, or feel dry since I started using it.

Great/cost efficient. No more pre- moistened pads for me

17 people found this helpful.
 on July 29, 2016
By Baka Gaijin
Wow! I bought this due to high buyer reviews. I have issues with blepharitis type symptoms including gooey white/clear film on my eyes, turned down and up lashes, red eyes, some itching, some scales, etc. I used to get antibiotic ointment from the eye Dr. many years ago in my 20-30’s. This problem popped up again recently at age 70. Ocusoft lid scrub pads are OK but this foam is great. I use it once in the morning and once in the evening before bedtime. After this foam I apply one eye drop in each eye. For eye drops I use:

Replaced the pads with this – helps prevent chalazion and my eyes look clearer – GENTLE FORMULA good for SENSITIVE eyes!

8 people found this helpful.
 on May 26, 2015
By NomadicShopperTX
I LOVE this. I get the little clogged ducts on my eye (chalazion), and my optometrist recommended the pads to me a few years ago, and I’ve loyally been ordering those (the blue box). You can’t beat the convenience, but the price was bit much and I needed to restock every few weeks. When I saw this product offered on Amazon, I figured it was worth a shot – and I’m glad I did. I use it after using makeup remover wipes and washing my face with Cerave. I steam my eyelids with hot water on a washcloth for 1-3 minutes first, then use my fingers to apply the foam and gently rub back and forth. It is very gentle (which says a lot – I have VERY sensitive eyes!), quick, and is doing the job. I had previously tried “tear free” baby shampoo and that made my eyes extremely red and irritated. I am a huge fan of this, and the 7.25oz size for the price can’t be beat. I did see many reviews saying they ordered the 7.25oz and received the smaller bottle, but that was not my experience – I did make sure I ordered directly from Amazon though, so perhaps that is a factor.

OcuSoft Lid Cleaner

71 people found this helpful.
 on November 13, 2010
By Merliat16
I’ve used the OcuSoft Lid Scrub Foaming Eyelid Cleanser for over a year now. I have ‘dry eye’ because the moisture secreting glands on my eyelids get plugged up, then the eye gets irritated and red which meant I had to the eye surgeon to get prescription antibiotic eye drops. I’m on the computer daily, so also don’t blink enough to keep the surface of the eye moist. Since I’ve been using this cleanser night and day, plus Refresh eye drops, I haven’t had the dry eye problems. This cleanser comes out foamy so I apply with my fingers, doesn’t burn my eyes, and doesn’t dry out the skin around the eye area. When I’ve traveled and forgotten to take the cleanser, I soon pay the price, so I know it works. But use a cosmetic cleanser to take off eye make-up first; OcuSoft is gentle and so doesn’t have the heavy cleanser to remove make-up. If you use the OcuSoft with mascara and eyeliner still on, some of the make-up will dissolve and creep into the eyes – and that burns.

Works great

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 28, 2016
By Vicky
I used to have frequent eye infections, styes, and chalizions and have chronic dry eye, blepthritis, and an eye oil gland problem. I use this everyday sometimes twice a day and in addition to being very careful not to touch my eyes since using this I have not had any styes/chalizons and have had only one eye infection for over a year. It is not a miracle worker but makes a significant difference. Do not expect it to cure/stop the symptoms of bleprhitis although it does reduce the severity of them and has reduced the chances of getting styes/eye infections. I have decided to change to occusofts more powerful cleanser for more severe eyelid conditions in the hopes that it will improve my symptoms better but I would still reccomend it especially because it is cheap and does not irritate my eyes (I have very sensitive eyes and have yet to find a an artificial tear product that does not irritate my eye).

Woo hoo!

7 people found this helpful.
 on September 22, 2015
By E. Bennett
This stuff has saved my eyes. I suffer from blepharitis (ouchy aching inflamed eyes caused by malfunctioning oil glands), and at first I was using the individual packeted eyelid scrubs every day. This stuff is so much easier. You just get your eyes nice and wet and hot in the shower, and then you put a little on your fingers, rub it onto your closed eyes. Voila! My blepharitis hasn’t flared up in years. Also, it’s so much less expensive than the packeted scrubs. One bottle lasts me almost a year, using it every day.

Gewd

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 6, 2016
By Lava
This helps to keep my blepharitis in check. I have had a couple of episodes but this made it go away pretty quickly ~2 days instead of it hanging out for like 4-5. Recently, whenever I’ve felt a little bit of swelling I used this 3-4 times a day and I never even get the full inflamed eye. Definitely worth it.

my doctor recommended that I clean my eyelids with baby soap diluted …

5 people found this helpful.
 on July 2, 2016
By Shane
At first, my doctor recommended that I clean my eyelids with baby soap diluted with water (because of my eyelid condition), however I found it to be ineffective. Then, 3 years ago, I discovered this product and I am so glad I did! It is convenient and makes my eye lids feel clean and refreshed. It can be pricey, but I will do anything so my eyes are comfortable. In a year I go through about 6 bottles, each bottle lasts me roughy 2 months (while using it 2 times a day, 1 pump per eye).