Lintum

Description

Sterile single-dose ophthalmic wipes for eyelid hygiene.

Hyaluronic acid: Moisturising, lubricating, sebum regulating and epidermis restorative properties (1).
Hydrocotyle asiatica (Asiatic pennywort): Promoter of tissue regeneration and healing (2,3,4).
Centaurea cyanus: Helps to reduce skin irritation, natural bacteriostatic effect (5,6).
EDTA dissociated salt: Helps to prevent bacteria from creating biofilms and attaching to the eyelids. (7,8,9).

COMPOSITION

COMPOSITION PER WIPE: Aqua, Propanediol, Glycerin, Sodium hyaluronate, Centaurea cyanus flower extract, Centella asiatica extract,
Disodium Phosphate, PEG-40 Glyceryl cocoate, Sodium coceth sulfate, Caprylyl glycol, Sodium chloride, Sodium methylp., Sodium propyl., Disodium EDTA.

PRESENTATION
20 wipes, 1 wipe per sachet.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Apply the wipe to the eyelid, eyelid edge and eyelashes to loosen and remove adhered residue.

Use one wipe per eye.

STORAGE CONDITIONS
Store in a cool and dry place, protected from light.

References
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2022.
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Wound Healing. Vol. 19, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. MDPI; 2022.
3. Damkerngsuntorn W, Rerknimitr P, Panchaprateep R, Tangkijngamvong N, Kumtornrut C, Kerr SJ, et al. The Effects of a
Standardized Extract of Centella asiatica on Postlaser Resurfacing Wound Healing on the Face: A Split-Face, Double-
Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 2020 Jun 1;26(6):529–
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4. Sun B, Wu L, Wu Y, Zhang C, Qin L, Hayashi M, et al. Therapeutic Potential of Centella asiatica and Its Triterpenes: A
Review. Vol. 11, Frontiers in Pharmacology. Frontiers Media S.A.; 2020.
5. Haziri A, Faiku F, Rudhani I, Mehmeti I, Motori D. Antibacterial activity of different extracts of Centaurea cyanus (L.)
growing wild in Kosovo. Oriental Journal of Chemistry. 2017;33(4):1636–41.
6. Garbacki N, Gloaguen V, Damas J, Bodart P, Tits M, Angenot L. Anti-inflammatory and immunological effects of
Centaurea cyanus flower-heads [Internet]. Vol. 68, Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 1999. Available from:
www.elsevier.com/locate/jethpharm
7. Percival SL, Salisbury AM. The efficacy of tetrasodium EDTA on biofilms. In: Advances in Experimental Medicine and
Biology. Springer New York LLC; 2018. p. 101–10.
8. Finnegan S, Percival SL. EDTA: An Antimicrobial and Antibiofilm Agent for Use in Wound Care. Adv Wound Care
(New Rochelle). 2015 Jul;4(7):415–21.
9. Liu F, Hansra S, Crockford G, Köster W, Allan BJ, Blondeau JM, et al. Tetrasodium EDTA Is Effective at Eradicating
Biofilms Formed by Clinically Relevant Microorganisms from Patients’ Central Venous Catheters. mSphere. 2018 Dec
26;3(6).