Regener-Eyes® Government Mission Statement:

Our mission is to develop innovative, pharmacologic solutions that empower physicians and clinicians to provide the best in care to our military service members and veterans.

Regener-Eyes® Government Mission Objective:

Our mission is to help our veterans and military service members gain easy and affordable access to life-changing medicines. We accomplish this by making Regener-Eyes® available to the VA, DOD, FEMA, and other government agencies through special contracting vehicles, the VANF and Tricare formularies, our pharmaceutical and SDVOSB Distributor partners, and through other federal procurement pathways.

Regener-Eyes® is Proudly:

  • Made and Manufactured in the USA, FDA Registered and Compliant
  • Trade Agreement Act Compliant
  • Berry Amendment Compliant
  • Buy American Act Compliant
  • Commonly Used and Recommended Within The VA Healthcare Network, and The Military Health System.

Regener-Eyes® Safety:

Regener-Eyes® offers a safe and effective solution as a more affordable option.



Regener-Eyes® Tonicity Solution™ employs patented technology to combat dry eye-triggering hyperosmolarity

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Corporate Data

Work Area: Nationwide
Gov. Bus. POC: Valentino Pine, Director of Government Relations
Phone: (813) 901-4064
Socio-Economic Status: Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
Primary NAICS: 325412: Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing

Distributor Contact Info

Contract #: 36F79719D0161
Gov. Bus. POC: Samir Patel, President
Gov. POC Email:
Phone: (888) 582-1953
Fax: (302) 898-1609


NAICS Codes:
Primary 325412: Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing
339115: Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing
339113: Surgical Appliance & Supplies Manufacturing
541690: Other Scientific & Technical Consulting Services
541714: Research & Development in Biotechnology
541990: All Other Professional, Scientific & Technical Services
541715: R&D, Physical, Engineering & Life Sciences
(Non-Defense Applications)
PSC Codes:
6505: Drugs & Biologicals
6540: Ophthalmic Instruments, Equipment & Supplies
82305-0003-02 Regener-Eyes Pro
82305-0006-02 Regener-Eyes Lite
Mckesson Item Number:
2823243 Regener-Eyes Pro
2823359 Regener-Eyes Lite


  • Regener-Eyes® Ophthalmic Solution helps increase lubrication and hydration of the corneal surface. This helps to relieve dryness of the eye.
  • Regener-Eyes® Ophthalmic Solution has an excellent safety profile.
  • Regener-Eyes® is non-steroidal. It helps to protect and relieve dryness of the eye.
  • Each batch of Regener-Eyes® is tested to ensure quality, sterility, and safety.
  • Regener-Eyes® Ophthalmic Solution, can be stored at room temperature until use. Once opened, each bottle can be stored at room temperature and used within 90 days.
  • Regener-Eyes® Ophthalmic Solution, has a shelf life of two (2) years when stored at room temperature.


  • Department of Veterans Affairs
    Strategic Acquisition Center Contract

    Contract #: 36C106
    Date(s): 2018-Present | Type: IDC
    Details: Drugs & Biologics
    Department of Veterans Affairs
    Date(s): 2023-Present | Value: $40,000
    Details: Provided Amniotic Membrane and Regener-Eyes LITE to Network Contracting Office 19 & 16 through the VANF.
    Department of Defense
    Date(s): 2023-Present | Role: Subcontractor
    Details: Provided Regener-Eyes LITE through distributor Marlex Pharmaceuticals to DoD prime vendor: McKesson


Board Certified Ophthalmologist, Doctor James S. Lewis, Director of Cataract, LASIK and Corneal Surgery (Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Salus University) shares his experience using Regener-Eyes® in his clinical practice.


Dr. Damaris Raymondi is the New York State Young Optometrist of the Year 2023. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the SUNY College of Optometry in 2015. She splits her time between NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan and her practice Sur Eye Care. Her focus is on pediatrics and ocular disease.

Optometry Times: Helping Dry Eye Associated with Sjögren's Syndrome: A Case Study By Dámaris Raymondi, OD, FAAO

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The Molecular Mechanisms Responsible for Tear Hyperosmolarity-Induced Pathological Changes in the Eyes of Dry Eye Disease Patients

This research delves into the molecular mechanisms underlying Tear Hyperosmolarity (THO) in Dry Eye Disease (DED). Driven by a collaborative effort between scientists and healthcare experts, spearheaded by Dr. C. Randall Harrell, it introduces a groundbreaking approach to treating dry eye by elucidating the fundamental causes of the condition. The paper highlights THO as a key player in the onset and progression of DED, contributing to discomfort, inflammation, and eye damage. The findings propose innovative solutions, such as personalized eye drops, aimed at restoring tear composition. Additionally, the research advocates for exploring hypo-osmotic eye drops and NF-κB inhibitors to enhance the effectiveness of DED treatment.

Regener-Eyes® Ophthalmic Solution: A New Therapeutic Agent to Relieve Dryness of the Eye for Tear Hyperosmolarity-Induced Pathological Changes in the Eyes of Patients Suffering From Dry Eye Discomfort

Regener-Eyes® is an FDA-regulated OTC drug product designed to relieve dryness of the eye, with its Founder, CEO, and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. C. Randall Harrell, publishing a peer-reviewed scientific white paper on the ophthalmic solution. The patented technology targets hyperosmolarity as a cause of dry eyes, offering a hypotonic solution to slow down the dry eye cycle and promote homeostasis for corneal surface health. Dr. Harrell, with over 40 years of experience, has been a pioneer in medicine, contributing to numerous developments and therapies, and even receiving a Nobel Peace Prize nomination for medical missionary work.

Regener-Eyes® Keratograph: Before and After Images

Provided by South Coast Optometry - Dr. Daniel Quon 

Please note that the independent studies showcased represent real patient outcomes submitted by healthcare professionals who have utilized Regener-Eyes®. Regener-Eyes® does not make any claims regarding the accuracy of this information.
A keratograph is a specialized imaging device used in ophthalmology to examine the cornea, the transparent outer layer of the eye. It provides detailed images of the corneal surface and allows for analysis of various parameters such as tear film and dry eye assessment.
In a keratograph, colors are often used to represent different parameters or conditions, and creating a key to understand these colors is essential for interpreting the images produced by the device.