Found in: Kale, Carrots, Squash.
Form: Retinol palmitate
Amount: 510 mcg
Our paediatricians say: Eyes have an outside covering (the cornea) that protects it from damage. But sometimes it can get worn out from too much screen time! Vitamin A is here to save your kids day.
Found in: Green leafy vegetables
Form: Lutein and Zeaxanthin
Amount: 25 mg (Lutein 5 mg and Zeaxanthin 1 mg)
Our paediatricians say: As screen time increases, consumption of lutein and zeaxanthin should too! Lutemax 2020, a patented ingredient, contains nutrients that protects eyes from too much screen-time.
Found in: Oranges, Amla, Strawberry, etc.
Form: Ascorbic acid
Amount: 20 mg
Our paediatricians say: Kids distracted by their devices and forget to eat their oranges? No problem! Our gummies have enough Vitamin C to keep them healthy and protect their eyes from the screens they’re glued to!
Found in: Sunflower Oil, Almonds, Spinach, Kiwi etc.
Amount: 5 mg
Our paediatricians say: Are your child's eyes feeling exhausted from all the screens? Vitamin E protects against long-term eye damage, supports eyesight and safeguards the immune system. Say bye to tired eyes!
Found in: Meat, Legumes, Milk, Eggs, etc.
Form: Zinc citrate
Amount: 1 mg
Our paediatricians say: Your kid may love to have fun in the sun, but too much of it can sometimes be harmful! So you need melanin for protection! How to get it? Zinc! It helps create melanin in the body to keep your eyes shielded and protected.
Found in: Flaxseed, Shellfish, Salmon, and Tuna
Form: Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)
Amount: 15 mg
Our paediatricians say: Have you met our nutritional all-rounder? Enter DHA. It helps in the eye’s oil production for tears, reducing dry eyes and inflammation!