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Dry eyes caused by climate, age, wind, contact lens wear, and smog can make it hard to stay focused on your day.
Similasan’s Dry Eye Relief sterile eye drops are specifically formulated to address symptoms associated with dry eyes such as dryness, redness, sensation of grittiness, reflex watering secondary to dry eyes, and sensitivity to light. And, because Dry Eye Relief’s active ingredients are homeopathic and contain no vasoconstrictors, it’s safe to use as often as your symptoms occur with no risk of long term overuse. Dry Eye Relief gives your eyes the relief and comfort that they need so you can stay focused on what’s really important.
Uses: According to homeopathic principles, the medicinal ingredients in this medication temporarily relieve minor symptoms such as: dry eye, redness of eyes and lids, sensation of grittiness and sensitivity to light.
Medicinal ingredients: Atropa belladonna L., Belladonna* (whole plant) 6X; Euphrasia officinalis L., eyebright (whole plant) 6X; Mercurius corrosivus, Mercurius sublimatus (Mercuric chloride) 6X
*containing 0.000002% alkaloids calculated as hyoscyamine
Non-medicinal ingredients: Purified water, Sodium nitrate, Borax, Boric acid (as buffering agents), Silver sulphate (as preservative)
Directions: Remove tamper-evident seal from neck of bottle. Twist cap off bottle. Squeeze plastic tip to release 2-3 drops into eye. Apply as needed up to 72 hours. Replace cap after use.
Warnings: For external use only. Initial exacerbation of symptoms may occur. Use only if bottle seal is intact. Replace cap tightly after every use. To avoid contamination, do not touch the tip of the container to any surface. Discard open bottle after 30 days. Contact wearers: consult a physician prior to using. If pregnant, consult a physician before using. Keep this and all medicines out of the reach of children.
Do not use: if the solution changes color or becomes cloudy
Stop use and consult a doctor if: Symptoms worsen or persist for more than 72 hours, changes in vision occur or you experience eye pain.