CAN-C Eye Drops
Cataract treatment without surgery.
Approved by Innovative Vision Products

Can-C Eye Drops
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Quantity: •Contains 2 bottles-5ml vials each
•Can-C Carnosine eye drops
•With n-acetylcarnosine

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  • 100% Plant-based  

  • Can C is approved by  (IVP)

  • Safe and effective for eye health

  • Can be used to treat corneal disorders

  • Quality of NAC used is tested for 100% purity

  • Can-C eye drops can alleviate dry eye syndrome  

  • Can-C eye drops can ease computer vision syndrome

  • Can C eye drops is also beneficial for contact lens disorders

  • Can C eye drops can end the discomfort of ocular inflammation

  • Can C eye drops can restore normal sight to those inflicted with blurred vision

  • Protect against all sorts of eye troubles by increasing the eye’s anti-oxidant shield

  • Can C eye drops have been used in the treatment of vitreous opacities and lesions

  • Can C cataract drops have also been shown to help those suffering from presbyopia

  • Can C eye drops can assist to lower the intraocular pressure associated with glaucoma

  • Can C cataract drops have been used with great success in the fight against retinal diseases

  • Can C carnosine have a wealth of properties which can improve the function of the aging eye

  • Can C cataract eye drops has been proven to reduce the occurrence and slow the development of senile cataract

  • Visible results start appearing as early as in a month of its use


Can-C – Combating Cataracts The Easy Way
Can C Eye Drops have been hailed as a major breakthrough in the treatment of senile cataracts. They are n-acetylcarnosine eye drops (NAC) – a powerful anti-ageing oxidant that has proven benefits to cataract suffers. As the leading brand of cataract drops, Can C Eye Drops offer a tried and tested alternative to surgery in the treatment of senile cataracts.

Can-C Eye-drops
This latest anti-aging breakthrough is a special form of Carnosine, called N-acetylcarnosine, a natural antioxidant, that has achieved remarkable results, because for the first time an eye-drop have been clinically proven to be successful in the condition of senile cataract.
Dr. Babizhayev who headed the Russian research team (Innovative Vision Products) that developed this innovative treatment, has stated that the maximum obtainable results are usually achieved in a 3 to 5 month period, however there are often noticeable benefits within only 1-month.
Can-C eye-drops are sold as an eye-lubricant, but are being used in parts of the world to improve glare sensitivity, enhance color perception and slow and even reverse the effects of senile cataract.
Marios Kyriazis, M.D., has written a booklet on the subject entitled 'The Cataract Cure.' In it he states that the research highlights that quality and formula are essential to both efficacy and long-term safety.
To ensure that you are purchasing an officially approved and tested product, the packaging should clearly state that it is approved by IVP. We are pleased to inform you that Can-C is the world's first N-acetylcarnosine eye-drop to meet the strict criteria laid down by  IVP and is therefore officially approved by Innovative Vision Products.

Can C Eye Drops have been attracting attention as a safe, simple and highly effective way to treat senile cataracts and other eye ageing conditions - without surgery.
Pioneered by respected bio-physicist Dr Mark Babizhayev and a team of Russian researchers in the early 1990s, Can-C eye drops contain a potent anti-ageing and anti-oxidant known as N-acetylcarnosine, or NAC for short.
NAC combats the build up of free radicals in our body - the molecules which cause tissue damage and accelerate the ageing process - and are a leading cause of cataracts.
NAC is a naturally occurring compound, related to the nutrient di-peptide carnosine (a di-peptide refers to two amino-acids, or protein fragments, which are linked together). Carsonine
effectively 'mops up' and repairs the damage caused by free radicals in the eye.
Getting carsonine into the body presents a challenge, however. The natural enzymes in the eye react with carsonine, reducing its potency to tackle free radicals. Can-C's NAC formulation is highly resistant to this reaction - while its slow release formulation gradually breaks down in the eye to deliver carsonine effectively.
The NAC formulation also tackles the impact of UV radiation - another important factor in eye health and degeneration.
The Can-C Eye Drop product is not related to, or has ever been related to, Visual Ocuity, Vision Clarity, Oxydrops, Bright Eyes, Bright Eyes II, Clarity Vision for Life, or Visitein eye drops. Do not risk your vision, buy the original and trusted Can-C formula.

Can C Eye Drop General information:
Each box contains two 5ml vials and will last for approximately 3 weeks if treating both eyes two drops twice a day. Each 5ml vial contains approximately 80 drops.

View chart below to determine approximately how many boxes of Can-C eye drops to purchase

NOTE: Clinical trial results were achieved with 3 to 12 months use

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­1 box

3 weeks supply

both eyes 2 drops twice daily

2 boxes

6 week supply

both eyes 2 drops twice daily

3 boxes

2 month supply

both eyes 2 drops twice daily

4 boxes

3 month supply

both eyes 2 drops twice daily

5 boxes

4 month supply

both eyes 2 drops twice daily

6 boxes

5 month supply

both eyes 2 drops twice daily

8 boxes

6 month supply

both eyes 2 drops twice daily

To Open Container:
1. Remove lower ring
2. Tighten the cap on the nozzle by turning it clockwise.
3. The spike in the cap will pierce the nozzle.
4. Then remove the cap by turning it anti-clockwise.
5. Dispense drops gentle pressure.
6. Replace the cap after every use.

Use one or two drops twice a day, or as directed by a medical health professional.

Can-C Eye-drops Recommended usage:
Two Can-C eye drops into the affected eye twice daily is the ideal. There should be no added benefit in exceeding this amount.  You may wish to continue occasional use of N-acetylcarnosine eye-drops after the reduction/reversal of the cataract to prevent any re-occurrence. As a preventative measure, two drops into both eyes once a day may be used.

Lean your head back and look up. Instill “one drop” then slowly and gently close the eye. Do not blink or reopen for 60 seconds. Repeat this procedure, if a second drop is used. This allows each drop to be absorbed into the eye tissue. Blinking, even one or two times, will pump most of the solution out of the eye. If you have neck problems, lie down or use a tilt-back chair.

Glycerin USP 1% w/v, Carboxy Methyl Cellulose USP 0.3% w/v.
Excipients: Benzyl Alcohol (as preservative) USP 0.3% w/v, N-acetyl Carnosine 1% w/v, Potassium Bicarbonate USP q.s., Boric Acid NF q.s.

Always avoid contamination by replacing the cap after use. Do not allow others to use your vial. Once a vial is open, keep it in a fridge, but do not freeze. Discard open vials within a month. Only open one vial at a time. If kept out of the sunlight, unopened vials may be stored at room temperature. If seal is open, or liquid becomes cloudy, do not use. If after using this product, the eye becomes irritated, inflamed or uncomfortable etc., discontinue use immediately and if necessary consult an eye doctor. This product is not recommended for children, so always keep out of reach of children.

This product can be stored at normal room temperature, however to obtain maximum shelf life of the ingredients, the product should be stored in the refrigerator, but do not freeze.

What are cataracts?
Age-related or 'Senile' cataract is a progressive eye condition affecting the lens of the eye. As we get older, the lens may become hard, opaque and cloudy. This process affects the amount of light which reaches the inside of our eye - and in turn the quality of our vision.
If left untreated, cataracts lead to sight loss and eventual blindness. A staggering number of people lose their site to cataracts - there are 17 million worldwide, with 28,000 new cases reported every day.
Cataracts most commonly affect older people. In the US, for example, around 25 per cent of over 65s' encounter a significant loss of vision due to cataracts. And this rises to 50 per cent for people over the age of 80.
Surgery is often sought as a solution, and cataract removal is widely recognised as one of the safest operations in the world today.
But the operation does carry risks. In the US, around 30 to 50 per cent of patients undergoing cataract removal require further laser treatment within two years. And of the 1.35 million people in the States who have the operation every year, around 2 per cent (approximately 27,000 people) develop serious complications following cataract surgery.
As we've discovered, tissue-damaging free radicals are a key factor behind the development of cataracts. This is compounded by a process known as glycation, where our tissues react with the glucose in our bodies to alter and stiffen over time. Together, free radicals and glycation create a 'double whammy' effect. They allow the proteins in our eyes to bind together, developing a film that blocks light and impairs vision.
Can-C's powerful N-acetylcarnosine (NAC) compound has been proven to reduce both free radical and glycation development - one of the reasons it has been heralded as a breakthrough in the treatment of cataracts and other degenerative eye conditions.

How effective is Can-C?
Extensive research by Can-C pioneer Dr Mark Babizhayev, respected for his work at the Helmoltz Research Institute for Eye Diseases in Moscow, began in 1991.
Landmark research on a group of Russian patients, with an average age of 65 and suffering from age-related cataract, cantered on the use of NAC eye drops with a one per cent concentration. The patients applied the drops into their eyes twice daily, for a period of six months.

The study found:

•  41 per cent of patients experienced a significant improvement in the 'transmissivity' of their lens - clouding had been reduced  

•  90 per cent reported improved and sharper vision.

•  89 per cent showed enhanced glare sensitivity.

•  And the patients reported few side effects.

Commenting on the research, Dr Babizhayev said: "For most patients treated, drug tolerance was good and no side effects were specifically associated with the application of 1 per cent NAC. What is more, no recurrence of cataract development occurred during the period of NAC application." 

Does Can-C have other benefits?
Further studies have demonstrated the wider benefits of Can-C eye drops. A Russian study of patients aged 48 to 60, with no cataract problems but varying degrees of eye impairment - revealed significant benefits through use of the NAC drops. Eye tiredness was eliminated and vision boosted, while the subjects reported the treatment 'brightened' and 'relaxed' their eyes.

And although information has yet to be published on other conditions, Can-C's N-acetylcarnosine formula could also help with a variety of eye conditions including:

  • Eye strain.

  • Blurred vision.

  • Retinal diseases.

  • Dry eye syndrome.

  • Corneal disorders.

  • Ocular inflammation.

  • Computer vision syndrome.

  • Open-angle primary glaucoma (in combination with beta-blockers).

  • Complications caused by diabetes mellitus and other systemic diseases.

  • Presbyopia (an age-related condition, where we lose the ability to focus on near objects).

  • Vitreous opacities and lesions (a degenerative eye condition which may include spots or 'floaters' in the eye affecting vision).

  • Contact lens problems and enhanced comfort (in particular, the NAC formulation is believed to reduce the build up of lactic acid in the eye - boosting comfort and enabling the lens to be left in the eye for longer).  

Why the Can-C brand?
The Can-C NAC formula has been painstakingly perfected by Dr Babizhayev and the team at Innovative Vision Products. Many other forms of carsonine were tested and rejected during their extensive research.
Can-C's significance is highlighted in the book 'The Cataract Cure" - in which one of Britain's most prominent anti-ageing physicians, Marios Kyriazis, explores the remarkable story of NAC.
The book states: "Commercially available eye drops used against cataract - such as Can-C for example - contain special formulations of N-acetylcarosine and other ingredients."
He continues: "The makers of Can-C eye drops are a company called Innovative Vision Products (IVP). They are the holders of worldwide patents for the use of NAC eye drops, manufactured to match the exact combination of ingredients used in the clinical research experiments."
Can-C is the genuine formula. Synthesised, high-purity NAC - that's tried, tested and proven to help in the treatment of cataracts.

CAN-C Eye Drops
Cataract treatment without surgery
Approved by Innovative Vision Products
Price: $39.00




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can-c really works04/25/2014
By Sheri Schneeberger
I have a 1/2 Arabian gelding and about a year & 1/2 ago I noticed he started shying, he'd shy at hoof prints on the ground that were darker than the surrounding arena. I couldn't figure out what the problem was. So when our annual vaccines came due, I asked my vet to check his eyes. So when he examined them he said he had cataracts. He told me I could have surgery which would be $3500 per eye and he would have to have drops in his eyes daily for the rest of his life. So instead of surgery, I did some research on the internet and found CAN-C, they claimed that it would reduce cataracts and for a very nominal price. Well I decided to give it a try. I started out with the recommended dosage which was 1 drop 3 times a day. My vet checked his eyes every 3 months & each time the cataracts were smaller. I continued with them every day and today he has NO cataracts! He gets the drops 1x a day now. He doesn't shy any more either! I would highly recommend this product to anyone!





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