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The Trusted 2-in-1 Eye Formula with Clinically-tested Lutein + Zeaxanthin to Protect Eyes from Harmful Blue Light & UV Rays

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The Trusted 2-in-1 Eye Formula with Clinically-tested Lutein + Zeaxanthin to Protect Eyes from Harmful Blue Light & UV Rays. Good For Your Eye Care

Live-well OCCUsharp is an eye formula with concentrated lutein and zeaxanthin from standardized extracts of marigold flowers.

Lutein and Zeaxanthin are two well-known antioxidant carotenoids that play an important role in protecting eye health through the years.

It is found that Zeaxanthin is highly concentrated in the macular while Lutein is more prominent at the edges around the retina. Concentrated in the lenses, retina and macular, these 2 carotenoids provide antioxidant protection to the eyes against Ultraviolet (UV) rays from intense sunlight as well as harmful blue light from computer and TV screens to smartphones and tablet computers.


What You Don’t Know About Your Smartphone May Be Blinding Your Eyes

Basically most digital devices have one thing in common: they all emit blue light, a high-energy light which is very dangerous to our eyes. Blue light is everywhere and is always emitted from LED backlighting of smartphones, computers, laptops and tablets.

Prolonged exposure to UV rays and harmful blue light throughout the ageing process may cause excessive free radical damage to our eyes and lead to blurry vision, glare sensitivity, poor night vision, tired and dry eyes, overstraining and reading difficulties.

However, as we grow older, the concentration of lutein and zeaxanthin in our eyes declines. Unfortunately, our bodies cannot manufacture both lutein and zeaxanthin and thus, we need to obtain them from our diet or via supplements.

Live-well OCCUsharp helps to protect eyes from harmful blue light & UV rays and relieve tired eyes arising from digital eye strain – resulting in healthy eyes.


Take Live-well OCCUsharp today for Healthy Eyes.

For more information about OCCUsharp, please visit www.occusharp.com.

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Who Will Benefit:
  • People who spend long hours on smartphones, laptops or in front of the television
  • Those with eye fatigue due to overstraining
  • Spectacles & contact lens users
  • Those who play outdoor sports
  • Those who are routinely exposed to sunlight


  • Promotes healthy eyes
  • Protects eyes from harmful blue light & damaging UV rays (from sunlight)
  • Prevents excessive free radical damage to eyes


Pack Size(s)

30 Liqfil™ Capsules


How to Take:

1 capsule daily after meals


Active Ingredient Per Capsule Strength
Marigold Std. Ext.
Standardized to contain min. 15% Lutein ( Provides Lutein 10 mg)
68 mg
Marigold Std. Ext.
Standardized to contain min 40% Zeaxanthin (Provides Zeaxanthin 5 mg)
12.5 mg



What makes Live-well OCCUsharp different?
Apart from containing 10.2mg of Lutein, Live-well OCCUsharp contains a high level of Zeaxanthin (5mg per capsule).

1.How does Live-well OCCUsharp benefit the eyes?

Live-well OCCUsharp contains the antioxidants-carotenoids Lutein and Zeaxanthin that help protect eyes against ultraviolet rays (UV) from intense sunlight as well as harmful blue light from television, computer and tablet screens. Prolonged exposure to UV rays and harmful blue light may cause excessive free radical damage to our eyes leading eye fatigue and eye strain. Take Live-well OCCUsharp for healthy eyes.


2. Can diet alone provide the same or similar amounts of Lutein and Zeaxanthin as found in Live-well OCCUsharp?

Unfortunately, it would be difficult to obtain these amounts of Lutein and Zeaxanthin from any reasonable diet. Although Lutein and Zeaxanthin are both found in dark green, leafy vegetables (e.g. spinach), egg yolk, corn etc., Zeaxanthin in particular is usually present in very little amounts.



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