World’s First Natural Eye Vitamins – Melts Eye Care


In the fast-paced times that we are living in, health challenges are on the rise. The reasons are unhealthy lifestyles, lack of proper exercise and nutrition, or too much screen time. Poor dietary intake, increased blue light exposure, eye muscle fatigue and inactive lifestyle are contributing to blurring of vision and other eye illnesses.

Wellbeing Nutrition, has launched the World’s first all-natural Eye Vitamins, called ‘Melts Eye Care’. Melts® uses advanced nano technology to deliver vitamins directly into the blood-stream and making them more bioavailable and bioactive than traditional capsules and tablets. The product in protecting the eyes from retina damage, strain, eye muscle fatigue and blue light irritation.

Melts Eye Care is made with Lutemax2020 ®, a patented extract containing all three nutritionally relevant macular carotenoids – Lutein, RR-zeaxanthin and RS-zeaxanthin. Naturally derived from marigold flowers, this is supposed to be excellent for your eyes.

Studies have confirmed that Lutemax 2020® is a proven formula to boost eye health, and the macular carotenoids present in it offer huge benefits for prolonged blue light exposure, help in stress, mood and sleep quality, along with improving overall skin health and cognitive support. Lutemax 2020® is an award-winning, clinically backed and IP-protected extract that is naturally derived from Marigold flower. The Lutemax 2020 research highlights the relevance of macular carotenoids for benefits important to today’s consumers including the BLUE study, sleep quality, stress and mood support, skin health, cognitive support and safety.

Eye Care Melts has been launched in several markets, including India, USA, UK, Singapore and the UAE. The product is available across 1200+ Modern Retail Stores along with leading Pharmacy chains in India like WH Smith, Relay, Natures Basket, Apollo Pharmacy, 24*7, Health & Glow and Lakme Salons. It is also available on online platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart, Pharmeasy, Healthkart, Nykaa, and the company website

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