Since 2005 Relentless Improvement has offered a Sterile Lubricant Eye Drop containing 1% N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine. The carnosine is listed on the product lable under "Other Ingredients", because if we listed it as an "Active Ingredient", it is then viewed as a drug by the FDA. And it would be regulated and costs would dramatically increase.
Many thousands of folks have purchased and used (and continue
to use) our Relentless Improvement brand Carnosine Eye drop over the
past nine years and found the results that they sought.
Some folks, a small subset, were of the impression that the location of the ingredient listing on the label somehow makes it ineffective for the eye support that they seek and that has always struck me as a bit...nutty. A molecule is there, and it will offer the benefits it would otherwise do, no matter it's label location.
It's like putting sugar in your coffee and then saying it's an "other" ingredient, therefore you don't taste it or get a sugar buzz. nonsensical right?
So be a careful, smart, shopper. Read your labels, and take advantage of a great value when you can !