Blueberry Gummies
Blueberry Gummies
Blueberry Gummies
Blueberry Gummies
Blueberry Gummies
Blueberry Gummies
Blueberry Gummies
Blueberry Gummies

Blueberry Gummies

$39.00

Formulated with Canadian freeze-dried blueberries and sweetened with Monk fruit extract. These tasty gummies support overall vision wellbeing in the digital age.

*Price in US dollars.

Benefits: 

  • Provides replenishment to the eyes during extended or long periods of screen use.
  • Loaded with anthocyanins that help to prevent damage to cells caused by free radicals.
  • Sweetened by monk fruit extract, which has zero calories and carbs, and does not raise blood glucose levels! 

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100% LIFETIME MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

If for any reason you don't absolutely love our Blueberry Gummies, we will give you a full 100% hassle-free refund, at any time.

Try it, we’re sure you’ll love it.

What's inside our gummy

Blueberry extract

Blueberries are known as the “longevity fruit” and are a great source of antioxidants. Blueberries can bolster collagen structure in the retina and provide extra vision protection through its antioxidant mechanisms.

Monk fruit

Monk fruit is known for its essential oils, saccharides, proteins, vitamins, and avons. It's rich in several triterpene glycosides known as Mogroside Vs that have been proven to reduce disease-prone oxidative stress.

Loaded with Anthocyanins

Blueberries are loaded with anti-oxidants, called anthocyanins, that help to prevent damage to cells caused by free radicals

Kick the Sugar, Keep the Sweetness

We use Monk Fruit extract to sweeten our Blueberry Gummies. It's a dried fruit over 200 times sweeter than table sugar, has zero calories and carbs, and does not raise blood glucose levels.

A delicious solution for today's digital age

What can happen when I combat dry eye fatigue?

  • Improved focus while working on a screen
  • Ability to work longer hours
  • More energy, less fatigue

Just the essentials

Taking blueberry gummies before studying, journalling, or reading a book helps to ensure that your eyes won’t dry out and become fatigued too quickly.

Your Eyes Will Thank You

Living a digital lifestyle can put a lot of oxidative stress on your eyes, specifically your retina.
A high quality and potent extract of blueberries, along with their anti-oxidant properties, can help to reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, and adverse symptoms of glaucoma.

Additional Details

Serving Size: 3 gummies
Contains: 60 blueberry gummies
Suggested Use: Take 1-3 gummies, twice per day.
Storage: Store in a cool dry place. Avoid excess heat. Do not use if the safety seal is broken.
Allergens: This product contains no wheat, gluten, GMO, soy, dairy, egg, corn, fish, shellfish, nuts, tree nuts, yeast, or barley.

Customer Reviews

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Missi M.
Love the taste. Will order again

Was every skeptical. But was amazed of how it made eyes feel, will buy again.

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William H. (Pennsylvania, United States)
Blueberry Gummies

I've been using these gummies for the past 2 months and my vision has improved. I give this product a heads up.

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Twyla J. (New York, United States)
Brighter days

Thank you for the help with my dry eyes the gummies are very helpful plus delicious. I look forward to more purchases!

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JB (Florida, United States)
very good product

thank you! I really enjoyed your product, I could feel results very quickly. My eyes were less dry and irritated from constant screen usage. I will recommend them to any of my patients with similar eye issues.

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K.L. (South Carolina, United States)
Blueberry Gummies Great product

I feel my dry eyes have developed increased moisture after taking two bottles of Blueberry gummies. I am thankful for SightSage.

Committed to good taste & quality is what we do best.

No Added Sugars

Gluten-Free

Vegan

Non-GMO

No Artificial Flavours

Questions & Answers

To learn more, please visit our FAQ page or contact us regarding any questions you have.

References

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5. Effects of anthocyanins in black currant on retinal blood flow circulation of patients with normal tension glaucoma. A pilot study. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/37182228_Effects_of_Anthocyanins_in_Black_Currant_on_Retinal_Blood_Flow_Circulation_of_Patients_with_Normal_Tension_Glaucoma_A_Pilot_StudyOhguro I, Ohguro H, Nakazawa M. Hirosaki Med J 2007

7. Two-year randomized, placebo-controlled study of black currant anthocyanins on visual field in glaucoma. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22377796/Ohguro H, Ohguro I, Katai M, Tanaka S. phthalmologica 2012