Beauty and pharma collide to help patients look and feel their best safely and conveniently.
But they are more likely to vet your validate your safety practices first.
Plus a few treat yo'self goodies too.
Including an iconic brand making a licensing switch.
Including a new license to the market and confirmation that we are ALL worried about blue light.
Including Eye Chart-themed goods galore!
Plus cute clothes and a book to help promote patient change.
Plus Oakley remakes a Marley classic and Thélios goes sustainable.
Including Chloé Eyewear makes a move and INVISION takes you to school.
A proactive round up of useful items with a little beauty thrown in.
Products to protect and delight the eyes.
Like two new website resources for you and your most at need patients.
Including OTC allergy drops and a better use for saffron than risotto.
And more attention grabbing products.
Eye decor for your person and your business.
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