My patients…benefit from the use of OcuMend… it seems to help dramatically.  They come back to see me one week later with very little bruising.  In fact, I have seen a patient on 3 days after surgery who had significant bruising right after the surgery and she was almost clear of any ecchymosis (bruising).
 Wendy W. Lee, M.D.,M.S., Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Dermatology Oculofacial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Orbit and Oncology Bascom Palmer Eye Institute University of Miami Miller School of Medicine


OcuMend Clinically Proven to Dramatically Reduce Bruising, Pain and Swelling in Surgery

The OcuMend ultra-penetrating nanotechnology is clinically proven to reduce bruising, pain and swelling due to blepharoplasty (eye lift), rhinoplasty (nose reconstruction) and fat transfer.  Ocumend is designed to reduce the recovery time and increase patient comfort using the most advanced recovery technology available.  Our unique formulation combines high potency arnica for soft tissue ecchymosis(bruising) with ledum for periorbital ecchymosis (black eyes).


With OcuMend Surgery Patients Look Like This!

WOW!!!! OcuMend worked as advertised and my healing process was painless and fast. I was mobile immediately and able to quickly resume my normal life. I did not need pain medication nor ice, which is the traditional post-surgical process. That is HUGE! Icing every twenty minutes for the first 48 hours after surgery is a major hassle and often disables the patient, making it difficult to work on the computer, read, watch TV and be fully mobile. With the OcuMend pads, I was fully functioning immediately, and had none of the afore-mentioned drawbacks. Not having to ice to achieve this quick recovery is “priceless” to me!
Lori M, Blepharoplasty Surgical Patient


OcuMend Ultra-Penetrating Nanotechnology


  • OcuMend is clinically proven to prevent bruising, pain and swelling
  • 50 times higher potency than all other arnica products
  • Medical grade arnica hydrogel pad
  • Containing Ledum for periorbital ecchymosis (black eyes)