iColour Drops Review

May 22, 2023
David Sunnyside

icolour drops review

Ophthalmologists have aired their doubts about whether a product promoted by Scott Disick could actually change one's eye color. Disick, who is best known for fathering three children with Kourtney Kardashian, posted a picture on Instagram of himself with the NZ$50-a-month iColour drops which claim to lighten irises over time by inhibiting the activation of certain enzymes and blocking the production of melanin. Dr Guillermo Rocha, who is the past president of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society, told Buzzfeed that although some glaucoma medicines have been known to darken irises, there is no drug that works in the opposite way and that it would be very difficult for the iColour product to work as claimed.

Dr Tooley agreed, adding that cosmetic products like the iColour drops weren't FDA approved or tested in terms of their ability to change eye color and that putting anything with uncertain ingredients around eyes was a recipe for an allergic reaction or infection.

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David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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