Why Screen Eyes™ is so good

Screen Eyes™ is the most comprehensive full-spectrum formula of clinically studied ingredients to protect your eye health and protect against Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

It is estimated 80% of people suffer from Digital Eye Strain (DES), with our eyes more exposed to glare and oxidative stress, and the risks of AMD rising faster than ever.

How to take it?

  • Take two capsules each day.
  • You can take your two capsules together or separately, ideally with food, in the mornings, daytime or evening - whenever is most convenient for you.
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How it works?

Screen Eyes™ is a breakthrough in eye care and the only supplement to contain four carotenoids found in your macular pigment.

Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Meso-zeaxanthin, Astaxanthin

Our eyes require 'macular carotenoids' to protect them from natural and artificial light. Clinical studies show the four carotenoids - Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Meso-zeaxanthin and Astaxanthin - are found at the back of your eye where they form your macular pigment, which is so important to feed and protect to maintain your long-term vision.

Screen Eyes™ provides these vital nutrients to enrich your macular pigment, the light-sensitive tissue which lines the inside of your retina and is responsible for your '20 / 20' vision and colour vision.


Bilberry in your Screen Eyes™ is an antioxidant, helping maintain eye health and providing a natural defence against free radicals. It also supports against tired eyes and supports your retinal function.

Essential Vitamins

We also include Vitamin A, Vitamin B2 and Zinc that contribute daily to the normal maintenance of your vision, while Vitamin E and Vitamin C help protect your eyes against oxidative stress.

Screen Eyes™ feeds your eyes and macular pigment, helping protect them from fatigue, dryness, glare and oxidative stress, and providing long-term support for your eye health.

Expert Tips for Healthy Vision

Have you ever experienced itchy, dry or sore eyes from continually sitting in front of a computer screen for hours? This is known as Digital Eye Strain (DES), which can lead to blurred vision, headaches and interfere with sleep. 

Over a long period, this can increase the risk of myopia (short-sightedness), which is why it's important to take regular screen breaks. Discover more tips for better eye health.

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