Can C Eye Drops: 

Slow down the deterioration of aging eyes with the original and exclusive N-acetylcarnosine (NAC) eye drops. Can-C™ eye drops offer wide-ranging antiaging benefits for your eyes.

Why use Can-C™ NAC eye drops?

  • Can-C is the only patented eye drops for assisting with senile cataract impairment
  • Can-C is cost-effective, non-invasive and pleasant and easy to use
  • Can-C helps to preserve the natural opacity of eye lens, this helps to reduce the effects of glare
  • Can-C reduces tiredness helping with eye-strain, particularly if it is due to computerscreens and office lighting
  • Can-C reduces lactic acid build up in the eye and improves contact lens comfort, allowing them to be kept in for longer
  • Can-C lubricant aids dry eyes

As the only eye drops available that contain the original unadulterated NAC formula, Can-C NAC eye drops are a powerful vision-enhancing tool.

After using Can-C™ NAC eye drops, patients without cataracts (but varying degrees of eye impairment) have reported that the treatment 'brightened' and 'relaxed' their eyes.

How do Can-C™ NAC eye drops work?

The main ingredient of Can-C™ NAC eye drops is N-acetylcarnosine (NAC), a special analogue of di-peptide carnosine, a naturally occurring anti-oxidant nutrient. NAC is extremely effective at 'mopping up' free radicals, which accelerate aging in the body, including the growth of cataracts. NAC is a highly resilient form of carnosine, which allows it to be more effective for longer in the eye, providing lens proteins with complete anti-oxidant protection against free radicals. In addition, NAC reverses the process of glycation, which also plays a role in the formation of cataracts.

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How effective are Can-C™ NAC eye drops?

Clinical trials carried out on people suffering from senile cataract showed 88.9% of patients had improved glare sensitivity. 90% reported clearer and sharper vision after using a twice-daily dose of Can-C™ NAC eye drops for six months. Most significantly, 41% experienced a significant improvement in lens 'transmissivity'.

Commenting on the research, it has been said:

""For most patients treated, drug tolerance was good and no side effects were specifically associated with the application of 1% NAC. What is more, no recurrence of cataract development occurred during the period of NAC application.""

To enhance the effectiveness of Can-C™ NAC eye drops try Can-C™ Plus Capsules.

Treating eye conditions

Research is ongoing into the use of Can-C™ NAC eye drops for:

  • presbyopia
  • open-angle primary glaucoma (in combination with beta-blockers)
  • corneal disorders
  • macular degeneration
  • eye strain
  • ocular inflammation
  • blurred vision
  • dry eye syndrome
  • retinal diseases
  • floaters
  • complications of diabetes mellitus

Can-C™ Eye Drops Frequently Asked Questions

Below is a selection of the most commonly asked questions with regards to Can-C™ Eye Drops.

For more information, please contact a member of our team on 1-866-800-4677 or email

Disclaimer: Please consult a physician to determine any precise medical needs; these answers are merely here to provide information based on published resources.

1. Should Can-C™ be used alongside any other eye lubrication?

We do not recommend combining Can-C™ with eye supplements containing lutein or zeaxanthin, as this may impair results. To date there have been no documented side effects from using Can-C™ alongside standard eye drops, however not all products have been tested.

2. Can I consume other supplements whilst using Can-C™?

There are no known complications caused by orally consuming vitamins and supplements whilst utilising Can-C™ eye lubrication. However, large amounts of lutein, found within some superfoods, may decrease the efficacy of the drops.

3. Will the eye drops work even if I’m wearing contact lenses?

Yes, in fact applying the eye drops whilst using contacts can actually provide extra lubrication and make the experience more comfortable.

To apply, simply remove your lens, wash and pat your eye dry, and then apply the Can-C™. Wait 15 minutes for the drops to settle before reapplying your contact lenses.

4. Are Can-C™ Eye Drops safe to use after any form of eye surgery?

Yes, it is safe for a person to use Can-C™ after cataract surgery.

5. Are there any noted side effects to using Can-C™ Eye Drops?

To date, there have been no serious reported side effects in any of the clinical trials for Can-C™.




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    Users and scientists report Can-C is great for: Dry eye syndrome Contact lens lubricant Corneal disorders Computer vision syndrome Eye strain Ocular inflammation Blurred vision Presbyopia Retinal diseases Vitreous opacities and lesions Complications of diabetes mellitus and other systemic diseases Open-angle primary glaucoma. Users and scientists report Can-C is...