Recommended for those with Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, Blepharitis, and Evaporative Dry Eye.

30% larger than the original tranquileyes®, the Basic XL Kit with Beads offers a longer treatment time, perfect for those with chronic/severe dry eye-related problems.

This Basic tranquileyes® xl Kit comes with our reusable Beads, providing 60 moist-heat treatments of 20-25 minutes each, and cold therapies. Just microwave or freeze as needed.

Studies have shown that a combination of controlled temperature and humidity are vital for long-term relief from dry eye and related problems. Our patented technology delivers both at an optimal rate. The heated Beads help release critical oil from your eyelids, stabilizing the tear film and slowing evaporation, all while helping hydrate the skin around your eyes.

Do you suffer from eye irritation or puffiness? Tranquileyes® xl with Beads are a great way to reduce both. Just freeze the gel packs, place them in the goggles, and watch as your symptoms are relieved in real-time.

    • One set of tranquileyes® xl goggles

    • One set of XL thermoeyes™ Beads

    • One set of XL fabric pockets for Beads

    • One XL mesh bag for drying

    • Manual
  • For moist-heat treatments, remove black foam inserts from tranquileyes® xl goggles and put aside. Place net bag with pocketed Beads into 2 cups of drinking water and microwave for 90 seconds. Let stand for 1 minute. Carefully remove pocketed Beads from the net and into back of goggle.

    For cold treatments, remove black foam inserts from back of goggle and put aside. Remove pocketed Beads from net bag, moisten with drinking water and place into back of goggle. Place goggle into self-sealing plastic bag and freeze for 15-20 minutes. Remove goggle with pocketed Beads from plastic bag and place over eyes.

    If you need further assistance or you have lost your instructions, don’t hesitate in contacting us.
  • Hand wash black foam inserts and white fabric pockets with mild soap and warm water after each use. Rinse well, squeeze out extra moisture and air dry in enclosed mesh bag. Wash plastic eye covers with foam attached in the same way, as needed. Foam (outer cushion and inner pad) should be replaced periodically, typically after 60 uses.

    Precaution: This product has been designed to be used solely to facilitate eye comfort during rest or sleep and is not to be used for any other purpose. It is not intended to be used as protective eyewear. For your safety, do not drive, operate machinery, or attempt to walk around while using this product.
  • Moderate to Severe Evaporative Dry Eye (MGD)

    Meibomian glands are small oil glands located in the margin of the eyelids. These secrete meibum, an oily substance that prevents the natural tears from evaporating.

    When the Meibomian glands are clogged, the tear evaporation rate increases. Watery eyes, burning and stingy eyes, irritation and scratchiness and overall ocular discomfort are among the symptoms of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction. The risk of suffering MGD increases with age, but other factors such as not removing eye makeup completely, contribute to it.

    Treatment consists of warm compresses, lid massage, eyelash scrubs, increased intake of omega-3, antibacterial eye drops, cyclosporine drops, or implementation of punctual plugs.

    Read more about this condition. 

    1. Clean eyelids and face daily with Advanced 2% Tea Tree Eyelid & Facial Cleanser™

    2. 10-20 minutes moist-heat daily with tranquileyes® xl (with Beads or Instants)

    3. Skin therapy with Essential Nine™ Eyelid & Skin Therapy

    Moderate to Severe Blepharitis

    Blepharitis is a common ocular surface disease that causes inflammation of the eyelids; it’s usually associated to dry eye. Anterior blepharitis is caused by bacteria, whereas posterior blepharitis is a result of Meibomian gland dysfunction or other conditions such as those related to the presence of Demodex mites. Sometimes, allergic reactions to medications or cosmetics can cause blepharitis too.

    Symptoms include redness, burning sensation, irritation, tearing, eyelid/eyelash crusting, and visual problems such as light sensitivity and blurred vision; symptoms are typically worse in the mornings.

    The first line of treatment is eyelid hygiene and warm compresses. Further treatment requires antibiotics, steroids and artificial tears.

    Read more about this condition. 

    1. Clean eyelids and face daily with Advanced 2% Tea Tree Eyelid & Facial Cleanser™

    2. 10-20 min moist-heat daily with tranquileyes® xl (with Beads or Instants)

    3. 10 min cold therapy daily with tranquileyes® xl (with Beads or Instants)

    4. Skin therapy with Essential Nine™ Eyelid & Skin Therapy

    Ocular Allergies

    Ocular allergies are a reaction of the immune system to substances such as pollen or mold spores. The irritation of the conjunctiva causes puffy, itchy eyes. Ocular allergies are not just seasonal, as allergens can be indoors as well. Watery eyes, eye redness, swelling and pain are other common symptoms.  

    Antihistamines, cold compresses and shielding your eyes from allergens by wearing glasses/sunglasses alleviate ocular allergies’ symptoms.

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    1. 10-15 min cold therapy once daily as needed with tranquileyes® xl (with Beads)

    2. Daytime shelter with Moisture Release Eyewear™

    Lid Margin Inflammation

    Lid margin inflammation is manifested as a swollen upper or lower eyelid, due to excess fluid in the tissues around the eye. Irritation, watery, red and itchy eyes are among the symptoms.

    Causes vary, but the most common are allergies, eye infections, trauma (like a black eye), blepharitis and Grave’s disease. Treatment depends on the underlying cause, but cool compresses always help to reduce the swelling.

    Read more about this. 

    1. 10-15 min cold therapy as needed with tranquileyes® xl (with Beads)

    2. Skin therapy with Essential Nine™ Eyelid & Skin Therapy

    Demodex Infestation

    Demodex mites are tiny parasites that live in the Meibomian glands of the eyelids and the sebaceous glands of the skin, meaning they are not only found on eyelashes but also other face areas. Almost every adult carries a small amount of Demodex, however, when these increase in number they cause uncomfortable symptoms including eye irritation, eyelid inflammation, itching and loss of eyelashes. Demodex mites are also linked to other skin conditions such as rosacea.

    Eyelid hygiene is crucial in Demodex-caused conditions management. Tea tree oil has been scientifically proven to eradicate the mites.

    Read more about this condition. 

    1. Clean eyelids and face daily with Advanced 2% Tea Tree Eyelid & Facial Cleanser™

    2. 10-15 min moist-heat daily with tranquileyes® xl (with Beads or Instants)


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