Yes, evening primrose oil is good for dry eyes. Evening primrose oil is extract by evening primrose seed. It contains unsaturated fatty acid, palmitic acid and oleic acid, linolie acid, stearic acid, Magnesium, Zinc, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6, vitamin B5 and so on. It is good for dry and aging skin and it is a good humectants. If you apply evening primrose oil, it will treat your dry eyes as well. But there are four situations you should pay attention. First, if you are under 18 years old, you should not use it. Second, if you are female who have hysteroma, you should apply it according to your doctor. Third, it can't be eaten in the period. Fourth, if your period are heavy, you should reduce using evening primrose oil.
Yes. Evening primrose oil can help people with dry eyes. In fact, evening primrose oil is made from a primrose, a small wildflower. The seeds of the flower contain rich gamma-linolenic acid and linoleic acid, both of which are essential fatty acids. So, proper use of Primrose oil can improve symptoms of dry eye syndrome. A study led by K. Kokke in 2008 has showed that primrose oil orally greatly improved dry eye symptoms in females who wore contact lenses.
Yes, it s true. The evening primrose oil may moisture the eyes surrounding parts. Evening Primrose Oil, formerly known as Evening Primrose, can blend base Oil and essential Oil grease to treat cardiovascular disease, premenstrual syndrome, climacteric syndrome and so on by making internal capsule. It owns the multiple treatment function. If it is used in aromatherapy, it can mediate emulsion cream to improve eczema and psoriasis, helps wounds heal, nail development and solve the problem of hair. Generally it is in 10% dose use. For the body health, the evening primrose oil is really effective. And for the skin, especially the eyes part, the evening primrose oil may increase the blood circulation and moisture the eyes.