June 8, 2022

Me, my eyes ... and my scooter.

In the city, what better way to get around than by bike or scooter? It's green and we love it. However, in addition to the safety aspect that should not be neglected (protecting your head and face is a necessity to avoid traumas), your eyes are in full confrontation with pollution, dust, but also wind and cold!

However, our eyes don't like either of them, because they are particularly sensitive to environmental aggressions.

  • Pollution and dust can cause allergic reactions leading to irritation of the conjunctiva, the mucous membrane that connects the eyeball to the eyelids.
  • Wind can contribute to accelerated evaporation of tears, leading to dry eye symptoms. Eyes become watery when they are actually crying out for water.

And what about our eyelids? After all, they are there to blink, and are supposed to protect our eyes by moisturising them with that precious tear film.

But it turns out that our eyelids hate the cold!

The glands in the eyelids produce the lipids necessary for the proper lubrication of the eyes. In order for these lipids to remain sufficiently fluid to be secreted correctly and in sufficient quantity for the tear film to be effective, the eyes must not be subjected to too great a change in temperature.

To compensate for the scooter / too much wind / too much cold effect, we advise you to take care of your eyes daily.

In winter, using our INNOXA LABORATORIES spray for very dry and tired eyes will help moisturize your eyes as well as your eyelids. This liposomal spray with hyaluronic acid and aloe vera has a triple hydrating, protective and lubricating action.

In summer, if you are sensitive to dust and pollens, the spray INNOXA LABORATORIES for the red and irritated eyes, with extracts of camomile and euphraise, will bring you hydration, freshness and alleviation. Our two sprays have a soft nebulization which allows a use closed eye / open eye. Use as many times as necessary, following the instructions carefully.