You can buy Cliradex at your eye-care professional’s office using our “Find a Doctor” tool, or you can purchase directly through this website.
Cliradex.com currently handles orders placed and shipped in the U.S. only. Orders received by 2 p.m. EST ship same day via USPS First-Class Mail.
No animal testing was conducted. Cliradex was subject to cosmetic safety and efficacy tests before launch. These tests did include Repeated Insult Patch Test (RIPT) on humans and users tested the formulation as a lid wipe. The alternative HETCAM (Hen’s Egg Test Chorioallantoic Membrane) test was performed, so animals did not have to be used.
Cliradex is currently available for purchase in Canada on Amazon.ca and through some Canadian eye-care providers.
Cliradex towelettes are available online at Cliradex.com and a limited number of online resellers. Currently, Bio-Tissue Inc., the manufacturer of Cliradex®, is not providing it through eBay.
Yes. Cliradex products come from a sustainable and reliable source. Terpinen-4-ol is produced from all natural sources, derived from Tea Tree Oil.
You can get Cliradex samples from your local eye doctor. If your local eye doctor does not offer Cliradex, we can send him or her samples. Please provide our Customer Service Team (844-425-4723) with their contact information.
Cliradex Light is a cosmetic product and therefore does not require FDA approval
Yes. Bio-Tissue Inc. provides only the highest quality products for use. In a Repeated Insult Patch Test (RIPT) report, Cliradex Light demonstrated no sensitization, no allergic reactions and no skin irritation.
Ocular irritation and blepharitis are known to be primarily caused by bacteria and microbes on the eyelids. These microorganisms release waste and byproducts that are inflammatory and can damage the ocular environment.
Tea Tree Oil (TTO) used directly on or around the lid-margin of the eye can be rather irritating. Cliradex contains 4-Terpineol, which is a key component of TTO. It has been clinically proven to be the most important ingredient of TTO that kills Demodex mites, yet is safe for everyday use and won’t dry out the skin.
4-Terpineol, the most important component in Cliradex has the ability to clean the skin deeper.
Cliradex is unlike anything you have experienced in the past. Its natural cleansing properties go to work as soon as it touches your skin. Many people report a cool, soothing, menthol-like sensation upon application, but this feeling generally subsides after about one minute as the formulation dries on your skin and lashes. To help alleviate this sensation, it is recommended that you keep your eyes closed until the sensation dissipates.
It is mostly 4-Terpineol, derived from Tea Tree Oil. Tea Tree Oil is made up of over 15 chemical compounds. The most important of these is 4-Terpineol, a natural cleanser. It does not contain cineole, the component of Tea Tree Oil typically responsible for skin irritation.
Depending on the severity of your symptoms, your doctor may have different recommendations. For mild-to-moderate symptoms, we recommend using Cliradex once daily for 6-8 weeks. For moderate-to-severe symptoms, we recommend using Cliradex twice daily for 6-8 weeks.
You should get as close as possible without getting Cliradex in your eye. However, the most important ingredient in Cliradex is highly permeable, so there is no need to scrub vigorously. Just wipe the upper and lower lid in a gentle sweeping motion. You should also apply on the inside bridge of the nose, along-the-brow line and upper portion of the cheekbone. You can print our application instructions and see the “How to use video” on this website. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StDk9nbdg2Y
Cliradex is made with the best nature has to offer. The main ingredients in Cliradex are water and 4-Terpineol, a natural organic compound found in melaleuca alternifolia. 4-Terpineol is the most important ingredient of Tea Tree Oil. The other ingredients in Cliradex are in less than 1 percent of the patented solution and are Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, Polysorbate 80, Carbomer, Triethanolamine.
Cliradex Light is a foaming eyelid cleanser designed for everyday ocular hygiene.
Cliradex Light is for everyday ocular hygiene. Good ocular hygiene can relieve irritation and prevent development of ocular diseases such as blepharitis and Dry Eye.
Cliradex Light is formulated with 4-Terpineol (T4O), the most important component of Tea Tree Oil. To learn more about the benefits of using T4O, please visit our resources online at cliradex.com
Cliradex Light is easy to use. Follow the simple instructions on the back of the canister:
1. Shake well before use
2. Start with clean hands and face
3. Dispense a dime-sized amount of Cliradex Light onto fingertips
4. Use hands to rub foam into a light lather
5. Close eyes firmly and apply to affected area and surrounding facial area
6. Rub gently into skin until fully absorbed
Pro Tips: Use a small amount, the foam expands quickly. No clean up needed!
At least once a day. Cliradex Light may be used two to three times daily for maximum eye and skin benefit.
About one month. This may vary depending on frequency of us
Cliradex Light is a canister product and can be stored at room temperature. Do not store at temperatures above 120°F. Cliradex Light has a shelf life of two years.
Cliradex Light is also made with the best nature has to offer. The most important ingredients in Cliradex are water and 4-Terpineol, a natural organic compound found in melaleuca alternifolia. 4-Terpineol is the most important ingredient of Tea Tree Oil. The other ingredients in Cliradex are in less than 1 percent of the patented solution and are Isobutane, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric, Trigleceride, Butylene Glycol, Polysorbate 20, Sorbitan Oleate.