Eyedrops Are Too Big &
You Pay for the Waste
Current eyedrop bottles dispense about five times the liquid your eye can absorb. Up to 80% of every drop is wasted due to overflow onto your cheek, or drainage by the tearducts where the medication is absorbed into the rest of your body.
Decades of clinical research show that smaller drops are as effective, and in many cases, safer than current drops — yet you are still forced to pay for this wasted medication.
Nanodropper Makes Drops the Ideal Size for Your Eye
The Nanodropper is the only FDA-listed, volume-reducing adaptor for eyedrop bottles. By simply twisting the Nanodropper onto any bottle, you can reduce the drop-size to just what your eye can absorb. Smaller drops are shown to reduce waste, cost, and side effects, ultimately increasing access to expensive prescription eye medications.
If you’re not sure, ask your eyecare professional if Nanodropper is right for you!
4 Reasons To Use The Nanodropper
Smaller drops stay in your eye. No more medication running down your cheek or being drained by your tear ducts.
Smaller drops mean more doses per bottle. No more running out of medication before the end of the month.
Extend Bottle Life*
Smaller drops allow you to get more use out of each bottle. Same bottle, means more doses, means cheaper drops.
Smaller drops are friendly to your wallet and your eye. Reduce unwanted side effects and improve adherence.
*Ask your doctor if Nanodropper is right for your treatment plan. Do not use multi-use bottles past their recommended duration of use.
Our Story & Mission
After learning that patients are running out of their medication because of the waste created by these oversized drops, we wanted to develop a solution to eliminate this financial barrier to care and empower patients to take back control of their eye health.
Designed With Patients, For Patients
Twist It On Once And You’re Done
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