Hypochlorous Acid is one of the most potent, all-natural antimicrobials used to eradicate pathogens without any toxicity to human tissue.

Hypochlorous acid occurs naturally in our infection-fighting white blood cells. While the chemical neutralizes pathogens, it’s mild enough not to harm our body, unlike most disinfectants.

  • Developed by ophthalmologists
  • Pure and all-natural, non-irritating formula
  • Ideal pre-op or on-the-go cleansing to reduce inflammation
  • Fast acting for immediate results
  • Made in the USA
  • Pump bottle fits in a carrying bag for on-the-go use
  • Removes make-up


Clean eyelids to remove any makeup. Apply 1-2 sprays on closed eyelids. Rub lids and lashes with fingers for 1 minute and let dry. For best results, use twice daily or as recommended by a healthcare professional.

Other Ingredients

Electrolyzed water, Hypochlorous Acid, Sodium Chloride.

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  • It is safe to spray your Hypochlorous Eyelid spray directly into my eye?

    Yes. Our product is pure and all natural so it’s safe to spray as needed.

  • Can I use your eyelid spray before eye surgery?

    Yes. It is ideal as a pre-op eyelid scrub prior to surgery.

  • What additives are in the spray formula?

    There are no additives in our Eyelid Spray. It is 100% pure, all natural Hypochlorous acid.

  • Do I need a prescription for the eyelid spray?

    No prescription is needed. It can only be purchased from your eye care provider.

  • What does Hypochlorous acid do?

    Hypochlorous acid is a potent, all-natural antimicrobials that virtually eradicates all known pathogens like bacteria and fungus.

  • What is the shelf life of the eyelid spray?

    The shelf life is very short so most like products use bleach as a stabilizer. Focus does not use bleach but has developed a proprietary procedure to increase the stability of the formula. Each bottle is made to order to further extend the shelf life, but it should be used within a few weeks of ordering.