(Press Release) Bausch + Lomb has expanded its Ocuvite line of eye vitamin and mineral supplements with the addition of Ocuvite Eye Health Gummies for adults.
The Ocuvite Eye Health Gummies formula contains antioxidant Vitamins C and E and zinc at levels that provide the recommended daily intake and macular carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin at levels identified by ocular nutrition experts to support eye health.
“We are very excited to offer the addition of Ocuvite Eye Health Gummies to our vitamin and mineral supplement brand portfolio,” said Joe Gordon, general manager, Valeant Consumer Healthcare.
“Many consumers who take vitamin and mineral supplements prefer a gummy vitamin over tablets or soft gels that must be swallowed. This is why we developed new Ocuvite Eye Health Gummies, to give consumers a delicious and convenient alternative to the traditional pill form so they can replenish the vital eye nutrients that help support their eye health.”
Ocuvite eye vitamin and mineral supplements focus on one thing - the health of the eyes - and offer a line of products formulated with key eye nutrients to help protect eye health by replenishing vital nutrients eyes can lose as they age.
“We find that many people don’t think about their eye health and are unaware of how eye nutrients can help,” said Gordon. “In addition to living a healthy lifestyle, taking a daily eye vitamin is a small action people can take to help protect their eye health.”
Bausch + Lomb’s Ocuvite brand of eye vitamin and mineral supplements can be found in the vitamin aisle at leading national retailers including Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Target, CVS, RiteAid and Costco.
For more information on Ocuvite eye vitamin and mineral supplements, visit www.ocuvite.com.
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