OMISAN farmaceutici has developed a series of products, sterile ophthalmic medical devices, with flower extracts, to take care of your eyes and contact lenses, to offer a delicate and non-toxic solution.
When irritated, burning or eye redness conditions are not caused by any disease, but simply by external factors and environmental causes, such as:
it is in fact possible to intervene, refreshing, hydrating and providing relief to the eye, without resorting to medicinal products, thus avoiding all possible unnecessary risks and contraindications.
Helicrysum extract (Helichrysum italicum) eye drops, also indicated wheatr in case of allergic conjuntivities.
Marigold extract (Calendula officinalis) eye drops, also indicated in case of irritated eyes.
Chamomile (Camomilla matricaria) and mallow (Malva sylvestris) extract eye drops, also indicated in case of red eyes.
Oftyll Clean Drops
Hydrolized wheat proteins eye drops, also indicated to increase contact lens’ wearing comfort. Ideal for one-day, silicone hydrogel and RGP lenses.
Monthly aspheric soft contact lenses, immersed in high quality Hyaluronic acid, extremely confortable for all types of eyes. Each lens is subjected to 5 controls during the production process. Any lens is The construction material (Etafilcon A) of ContacVis lenses is one of the most safe.
All in one solution for the complete maintenance of any type of contact lens, including monouse lens.
Thanks to its delicate and highly biocompatible formulation, containing a molecule obtained from the coconut fat acids, it is also suitable for sensitive eyes.
All in one solution for the complete maintenance of any type of rigid and gas-permeable (RGP) contact lens, including monouse lens.
Thanks to its innovative and highly biocompatible formulation, containing Hyaluronic acid, it is also suitable for sensitive eyes.
Saline solution for the maintenance of any type of soft and rigid and gas-permeable (RGP) contact lens, including monouse lens.
Thanks to its innovative and highly biocompatible formulation, containing Potassium, it is also suitable for sensitive eyes.
1. What is the yellow/orange residue that you see on the dropper spout?
Oftyll products are formulated with natural ingredients (flower extracts) in relatively significant percentages. It may happen that, after use, the spout remains wet with the product and that, once the aqueous component has evaporated, the non-volatile components remain as residue. This effect is a sign of product quality, showing the high content and quality of the extract it contains.
2. Can I use Oftyll eye drops with contact lenses?
Yes. All products of the Oftyll line have been created, tested and certified to be used also when wearing contact lenses. We also recommend their application precisely in the event of their prolonged use and of a decrease in eye comfort, in order to rehydrate and lubricate them.
3. Can the eye drops of the Oftyll line be used by people with celiac disease?
Yes. All OMISAN products (including in the case of a formulation based on hydrolysed wheat proteins) can be used by people with coeliac disease or Dermatitis herpetiformis, as their use is limited to the eyes and does not involve any contact with the intestinal mucosa (as ingestion is not envisaged).
“It has been demonstrated that cosmetics and detergents, even those sold in pharmacies, are not harmful to people suffering from coeliac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis, even if they contain gluten, as their use is topical (skin, hair, lips, eyes, oral cavity, etc.) and does not imply any contact with the intestinal mucosa (these are not products to be ingested). Therefore, no specific wording is necessary for cosmetics and detergents and the fact that this is not shown does not constitute a risk for the person suffering from coeliac disease.” (source: www.celiachia.it)
“Coeliac disease is a chronic inflammation of the small intestine, triggered by the ingestion of gluten in genetically predisposed subjects. Dermatitis herpetiformis is a disease triggered in subjects genetically predisposed to dietetic gluten intake and characterised by specific and distinctive skin lesions, which regress after gluten has been removed from the diet. It is considered a variant of coeliac disease, although Herpetiformis Dermatitis very rarely shows the characteristic duodenal mucosa lesions of Coeliac disease.” (source: www.celiachia.it)
www.celiachia.it is the website of the AIC, the Italian Coeliac disease Association, “since 1979 the single and most important point of reference in Italy for Coeliac Disease, responding to the need for clarity, honesty and competence for everything concerning this disease.”