VisuXL is an eye drop treatment for dry eye disease and for aiding recovery following eye surgery.

VisuXL Product

The VisuXL formula contains two key ingredients which work closely together on the eye’s surface to provide lasting symptom relief and recovery.

These two ingredients are Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and cross-linked hyaluronic acid (cross-linked HA).

VisuXL is preservative free, contact lens friendly and can be used for two months after opening. The recommended dose is from just two drops per day.6

A unique combination of key ingredients

When you drop VisuXL into your eye, the one-of-a-kind formulation means it is able to accelerate ocular surface wound healing and corneal recovery (the damage caused by dry eye disease and eye surgery) and give you lasting relief from symptoms.1, 2, 3, 4

Relief that lasts from XLHA

HA is the ingredient that helps to hydrate and lubricate the surface of the eye. Unlike other HA containing eye drops, the HA in VisuXL is cross-linked not linear. As the VisuXL drop spreads across the eye’s surface the cross-linked technology of the HA immediately begins.

The cross-linked HA creates a stable liquid matrix across the surface of the eye, helping soothe symptoms for lasting relief from dry eye disease and after eye surgery. The cross-linked HA means VisuXL stays on the surface of the eye three times longer* than alternative (linear HA) treatments, this means fewer drops per day.1

CoQ10 supports corneal recovery

CoQ10 is a substance that is naturally produced in all cells of the body.5 It supports many different processes but its main function is to contribute to cellular energy production in the mitochondria.4 It is specifically important to those parts of the body which consume the most energy.

In addition, CoQ10 acts as a powerful antioxidant to ward off free radicals both inside and outside cells which damage the cells.

Thanks to its bioenergetic and antioxidant properties CoQ10 helps support ocular surface wound healing and corneal recovery.2,3,4  CoQ10 is held gently in place on the surface your eyes by the cross-linked HA matrix.


*Studies have shown cross-linked HA stays on the surface of the eye three times longer than linear HA in an animal model.