tearstim® was designed and developed to provide improvements on vision comfort, based on the innovative IRPL® (Intense Regulated Pulsed Light) technology, patent by E-SWIN.

Easy & quick to use

It only takes a few minutes to perform an eye service using tearstim’s pulsed light technology (IRPL®). The device is ready for use within seconds: it doesn’t require any pre-heating. Self-explaining settings on the touchscreen

Dimensions (length x width x height)

Max 270 x 210 x 380 mm


Max 6,4 kg

Size packaging

Measurements incl. packaging 612 x 325 x 540 mm


> 580-1200 nm


IRPL® (Intense Regulated Pulsed Light

Manufacturer warranty

2 years

Device service

The problem of dry eyes …
Almost one in five people know the problem: the eyes are stinging, scratchy, reddened, and feel as if filled with sand. This is also known as the dry eye syndrome. Many influences of daily (modern) life strain the eye and cause and trigger later discomfort and eye pain that may often be persistent.

Redness, fatigue, blurred vision and scratchy eyes are the first signs of eye discomfort. Over the time many other symptoms and serious complications can occur, like uncomfortable changings in vision comfort and infections.

How it works?
The eye service with tearstim® only takes a few minutes, sitting in a comfortably chair. Customer’s eyes are covered by protective eyecups. Hydrogel is applied to the lower eyelid. A series of light pulses is performed around the lower eye, gentle and non-invasive. The series is repeated in the same way for both eyes. The application restores the normal activity of the Meibomian gland, with very rapid improvement for the client within hours of the application. The effect of first 2 applications lasts a few days up to 2 to 3 weeks. The long-lasting effect is expected for minimum 6 to 8 months. The eye service comprises three to four sessions. It is recommended to repeat one application once a year to re-fresh the effect.
As a result, the dry lipid layer receives a natural boost of lipids, which reduces the evaporation of tear fluid and prevents the eye from drying out. In addition, the quality of the glandular secretions is improved, and the tear film‘s lipid layer is stabilized.