Powerful natural remedies for healthy eyes and clear vision

Eye Drops Cataract Treatment

The safe and pain free alternative to invasive cataract surgery - for people and pets

  • Do you think you might be developing or have been diagnosed with cataracts?
  • Does your pet suffer with cataracts?
  • Are you worried about going through risky and expensive surgery to remove them?

You are not alone. Changes in the eye lens affects millions of people and animals worldwide. The painless, safe and stress-free alternative to traditional invasive procedures is Ethos Bright Eyes Products - Cataract Treatment Eye Drops. This unique formulation of natural lubricants and powerful antioxidant N-Acetyl-Carnosine can not only reduce cataracts, but can also prevent cataracts, assist in preventing macular degeneration, helps clear eye floaters, and reduce eye pressure related to Glaucoma. It can also be used to effectively soothe and rejuvenate tired eyes of any cause.

Capsules for Macular Degeneration

Lutein and Zeaxanthin supplement to support eye health

Thousands of people are diagnosed with Macular Degeneration (or AMD) every day. You can significantly improve macular pigment density by eating a diet of Lutein and Zeaxanthin rich foods, but the simplest way to ensure you are getting optimum levels is to take Ethos Bright Eyes Products - Capsules for Macular Degeneration. Use in conjunction with our Ethos Bright Eyes Eye Drops for a powerful combination.

Élan Vital - Anti-Aging BioCellular Rejuvenation

Anti-Aging Ignotine supplement - for people and pets

 A low level of Ignotine in the body plays a large part in the ageing process in people and animals. You are born with a high level of Ignotine but this naturally decreases with age. Eating foods high in anti-oxidants can replenish Ignotine to some extent, but daily supplementation of  Ethos Bright Eyes Products - Élan Vital means you can be sure yours or your pet’s body has its best chance against ageing and degenerative diseases. Our Élan Vital supplement contains the purest natural form of Ignotine available, and as the only formula scientifically proven to rejuvenate cells, we believe it is the most advanced supplement available to protect and extend the functional life of your body's key building blocks.

I was able to see better, especially the small details...

Following lengthy treatment at Maidstone Eye Clinic for ulcers in my eyes I have been eventually cured but was warned of signs of approaching cataract, principally in my left eye and vision in that eye was becoming particularly misty. I have always had very good eyesight as did my father, mother and grandfather. I did not like the idea of plastic lenses. The optician proposed prescribing long distance lenses to see how things turned out. 

I therefore took the 3 month course of bright eyes as described in 'Richard and Judy' on T.V. I followed the instructions exactly, which is my custom with medicines. I have now completed the course and my vision is entirely excellent. 

I still drive, life-long clean licence, never a claim or offence. I have my M.O.T. test done by a small garage nearby, run by a friend from a family known for many years. I go every year but this last test was after 15 months because of some repairs. When I saw him I was shocked at how he had aged in this past year: wrinkled, hair flecked with white and grey, then it struck me that this was because I was able to see better, especially the small details (of course, I did not tell him!). 

I was 84 in August and I can, without glasses, read at the stipulated distance of 67 feet for almost every character of a vehicle number plate, while for reading or fine work all I need is a pair of ready made spectacles from the market place or multiple store. These are sold in various strengths and I have to use the strongest but I am just about to find these (400) no longer adequate, clearly, I have very little astigmatism. Both eyes are now equally good. 

As a pensioner my concern is the cost of the treatment if to continue indefinitely. It is not much but to a pensioner nothing is cheap and I would gladly pay it. I hope we can 'spread the word' enough to persuade the Daily Mirror to press for the treatment to be provided by the NHS. I will write to the Editor. 

Mr P. E. Everett, Sevenoaks