Serum Eye Drops
Autologous Serum Tears
Tired of Chronic Dry Eyes?
If you’re one of the millions of people suffering from chronic dry eye disorders, find relief with serum eye drops using patented technology allowing terminal sterilization.
Ophthalmologists and optometrists have prescribed Autologous Blood Serum Eye Drops (ABSEDs) for decades to treat dry eye disorders. These eye drops are made from your blood serum to function like natural tears and provide soothing relief for dry eyes.
A convenient and affordable solution
Find relief from itchy, dry eyes with our serum eye drops produced using patented technology. Using our technology, we meet high-quality standards compared to other methods. Your serum tears are processed onsite at our ARCpoint Labs office, saving you time and costly shipping expenses. Typically, available on the same day you request them, our serum eye drops can help you find relief quickly at a much lower cost than most known treatments.
Getting your serum eye drops is as easy as 1-2-3
Visit your Eye Doctor and get a prescription for Serum Eye Drops.
Go to your local ARCPoint Labs for a serum blood draw.
Pick up your Serum Eye Drops in 2 hours or less from your local ARCPoint Labs.
A healthy and superior eye treatment
ARCpoint Labs will provide all the resources, personnel and tools required to assure each prescribing physician of safety and efficacy of the PALA process and meet each patient’s serum tears needs. All a patient needs is a serum tears prescription from a practitioner.
*Use of PALA Kits by ARCpoint Labs meets all FDA requirements for ophthalmic preparations as well as meeting or exceeding current USP Chapter 797 standards with strict attention to HIPAA laws.
Sterile & All-Natural
Tailored to Your Needs
Quick & Convenient
Frequently Asked Questions
Pricing on a set of drops that last 5-6 months or more can vary from region to region but typically much less than other treatments.
Processing Serum Eye Drops typically takes 2 hours or less.
Typically lasts 5-6 months (4 drops per eye per day).
Side effects are extremely rare.
Typically, they are not covered under insurance, but most HSA/FSA accepted.