DipyEye is a sterile eye-drop formulation containing an ultra-low-dose of dipyridamole. Dipyridamole was discovered over 60 years ago and has been used at high doses to treat angina and prevent recurrence of stroke.
A breakthrough by Israeli researchers showed that at low doses, dipyridamole possesses broad anti-inflammatory properties that safely relieve symptoms of dry eye, pinguecula, pterygium, MGD, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, and melanocytic nevus.
Eye-disorder users who use DipyEye usually obtain rapid relief from chronic symptoms and discomfort and their quality of life is quickly improved.
DipyEye contains 0.008% dipyridamole. The effect of the dipyridamole effect remains wholly within the eye and DipyEye does not interact with any oral medications that you may be using.
DipyEye drops are being investigated for a number of different eye disorders, and have so far been found to be helpful for several conditions in non-formal trials. These conditions include:
- Dry eye disease
- Conjunctival melanocytic nevus
Dosage and administration
Some people find that using DipEye drops twice a day is sufficient to alleviate their symptoms. It is not yet known if applying them more frequently will lead to improved results. However, it is safe to use more often if needed.
DipyEye is a very safe eye drop. Side effects other than some rare cases of stinging upon application to the eye have not been seen. Stinging may occur more frequently when the drops are cold. If it occurs, wait 15 - 20 minutes after removing it from the refrigerator before applying.
The drops can be kept at room temperature (15°C - 25°C, 59°F - 77°F). After opening, the drops should ideally be refrigerated to maintain sterility.