PSA: Stop Rubbing Your Eyes! Here’s Why You Should Break This Bad Habit

Many of us rub our eyes without thinking much about it. We do it when something (like an eyelash) falls into our eyes, to relieve itching, or even just out of habit. But this habit is actually more harmful than you think. Rubbing your eyes too often can lead to problems down the road.


WTE Lifestyle Edition 2019

Catch Eye Mo at the World Travel Lifestyle Expo’s Media and Bloggers Launch this coming Friday, March 8, 2019 at Microtel by Wyndham, Pasay City from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

This event aims to bring together tourist attractions, destinations, and organizations in the field of hotel, airlines, cruise and other travel means around the world.

University of Makati Joined the Eye Mo REDvolution!

It’s a blast! Our first Eyes Mo, Care Mo Campus Tour 2018 at the University of Makati ended in great success! Thanks to the eager students who made the event fun and possible.

Students, especially living in the Metro, pose higher risks of eye damage due to the pollution they encounter in their everyday commute, long hours of computer usage that could make their eyes dry, tired and irritated, not to mention the extensive amount of papers they were required to read.

So we took it upon ourselves here at Eye Mo to inform, educate, and raise eyecare awareness among the students of the University of Makati. This is also in line with the 2018 National Eyecare Awareness Month, where we promote eye care to the masses. This time, we are aiming to raise awareness among the students of different campuses, University of Makati being the first out of seven schools we are going to visit. Aside from the eyecare awareness campaign, the students further enjoyed the event as we brought along five of the coolest artists of today. The students danced, hopped, and rocked to the music of Absolute Play, RJ Agustin, Unit 406, Miro Valera, and Rocksteddy, making the night fun and memorable among the students!

Don’t miss out on our next stop! Catch Eyes Mo, Care Mo Campus Tour on the following dates:
*June 27 – Arellano University Jose Abad Campus
*July 5 – Arellano University Main Campus
*July 9 – Central Colleges of the Philippines
*July 11 – Rizal Technological University
*August 2 – University of the East Manila
*August 8 – Lyceum of the Philippines Manila

National Eye Care Awareness 2018 in Payatas, Quezon City

It’s the 2nd National Eye Care Awareness Month this May and what better way to celebrate the occasion than by visiting our fellow Filipinos in Barangay Payatas with Eyes Mo, Care Mo!

The REDvolution happened in one of the covered courts here in Payatas last May 23, 2018, where we gathered people of different ages to educate, promote, and raise eye care awareness. We invited prominent eye doctors to teach the citizens of Payatas the proper ways on how to take care of our eyes and gave light to misconceptions about eye health. Aside from eye health education, we also gave the families who attended the event various goodies and freebies. Different games were also present in the venue which the kids and the kids-at-heart enjoyed. Free eye consultation were also provided for everyone right there in the venue.

Our mission to spread eye care awareness to the nation does not start and stop within just one month. Through the Eyes Mo, Care Mo campaign, we are striving to inform our fellow Filipinos about the importance of eye health all throughout the year. So if you don’t want to miss on our next, exciting events, be sure to check our website and our official Facebook page to keep you updated.

National Eye Awareness Month at the Metro

It’s a wrap! Our second #nationaleyeawarenessmonth event at SM City Manila was a great success. We visited the city to make citizens aware of the different causes and signs of #eyeritation.

Living in the city may have a huge influence on your eye health. We are exposed to dust and exhaust every day. People who are outside a lot –construction workers, policemen, guards, and market vendors- may experience #itchyeyes and #redeyes. As citizens, we also make very long hours. Sitting behind a computer desk or driving for several hours make your eyes tired and also causes #eyeirritation. And as we stay in air conditioned area’s a lot our eyes become dry and irritated as well. Nevertheless, we neglect symptoms as we are so busy.

This is why we as Eye Mo, are determined to raise awareness for eye health. During the first #nationaleyeawarenessmonth we provide information, free eye check-up, freebies and more during our events. We enjoyed giving information to you and had so much fun with all of you who came to SM City.

Missed our event? Join us in raising the bar for eye health at SM City Dasmariñas

National Eye Care Awareness Kicks Off This May 2017

The Philippines is celebrating its first ever National Eye Care Awareness Month through Eyes Mo, Care Mo this month of May. This is a pioneer campaign that gives importance to awareness and proper education on eye health, healthy vision, and eye care.

1st National Eye Care Awareness Month in the Philippines

Nowadays, people have become more concerned about their health. However, despite the investment in their wellness, many tend to overlook their eye health. Some don’t take necessary action regarding their eye problems unless they see visible symptoms. But then again, prevention is always better than cure.

This is why we, Eye Mo, decided to not just stop with our earlier social media campaign #eyeritation.

We committed ourselves to raise the bar for people’s eye health through the first ever National Eye Care Awareness Month in the Philippines. As the leading first aid solution for minor eye irritation, we want to reach people from all walks of life (especially those who are at BPO companies, the youth and women organizations) and promote the eye care that people often disregard. In doing this, we also support the healthy vision month which takes place in May every year.

All happening this May! The campaign kick-off took place at SM City Clark, Pampanga, on May 11, 2017. The next two events will take place at SM City Manila (on May 17) and SM City Dasmariñas (on May 25). Don’t miss us on the train stations of LRT (May 18) and MRT (May 24). The events are spearheaded by LF Asia Philippines, Inc., a leading healthcare distributor, in partnership with the owner and manufacturer of Eye Mo, the Combiphar Group of Companies.

The event was jam-packed with information and fun. We set up five booths with games to increase retention to eye care. After completing all five games, we gave our guests Eye Mo freebies. Our guests were also privileged to have their eyes checked for free at eye care booth.

We also put up a special stage. And since we are in the Philippines, the event had to start with dancing and singing: a dance performance by Ace of Bace dance troupe and live performances by Anna Ramsey and RJ Agustin. What a crowd! Everybody joined us in our special Eye Care Dance and sang along. It was a true party. Ophthalmologist Juan Paolo Delos Santos also dropped by to discuss the five symptoms of eye irritation and even had time to play some games with us. Eye Mo’s ambassador, Intoy (Julian Roxas), finally joined on stage to play the staring game. Although being known for this healthy eyes, he has to work on his staring skills because he did not make it to the staring game final.

We thank everybody for visiting us at SM City Clark and hope to see you at our next event in SM City Manila. Don’t miss it!


Many people do not take an action regarding their eye problems unless they see visible symptoms such as redness and swelling.
For this reason, on March 7, 2017, Eye Mo has recently launched their newest Eyeritation Campaign in Café Naya at The Palace.
With the efforts of Combiphar Group of Companies, a leading multinational Indonesia-based consumer healthcare company that now owns the Eye Mo brand, and LF Asia Philippines, Inc. leading healthcare distributor in the country, the awareness about symptoms of eye irritations have been raised and known to the public. The primary concern of the campaign is to encourage many people to give attention to their eye health.