N-Acetyl-Carnosine and the Eye
Carnosine is generally found in high concentrations in the eye. However, in eyes suffering from cataracts or age-related macular degeneration, carnosine content is lower. Over time, eye proteins can get damaged, causing general eye-health degeneration as well as cataracts, agerelated macular degeneration, and glaucoma. N-acetyl-carnosine eyedrops can help eliminate damaged proteins from the eyes.
Cataracts, Glare, Laser Surgery, Corneal Disorders
N-acetyl-carnosine eye-drops can improve vision in age-related cataracts in as few as six months. They have also been studied in helping to heal the eye and reduce halos after laser-eye surgery, in disorders of the cornea, and in reducing night-driving glare.
Maintain and Improve Vision
Carnosine eye-drops can also help improve visual acuity and clarity in those without a diagnosis, relax and brighten the eyes, and can prevent
age-related vision degeneration.