Moist Eyes Are Happy Eyes
Your eyes work hard for you. They're on duty every minute during the time you're awake. During this time they're exposed to bright lights, tiny print as well as dust, debris and pollen from the environment. No wonder eyes become red and irritated. When your eyes are red and irritated after a long day, advanced redness relief eye drops may help to soothe and refresh tired, overworked eyes. These drops are made to relieve minor eye irritation and dry eye.
More severe dry eyes may need more intensive therapy. For dry eyes, many doctors recommend lubricant eye drops. These drops gently coat the surface of your eyes with a layer of protective moisture to relieve dryness due to a lack of tears. They're also ideal for relieving dryness after Lasix surgery. Preservative-free lubricant eye drops are available for people who have sensitive eyes.
If you wear contact lenses, you may deal with dry eyes on a frequent basis. Lubricant eye drops and ointments
are available for soft and RGP contact lens wearers too. These drops replace essential electrolytes like those found in tears and coat the surface of your eyes and lenses with moisturizers similar to what your eyes produce. These are often a good choice for contact lens wearers that want gentle and soothing dry eye protection.
Clean Eyes Let You See the World More Clearly
Think of all the dust and pollen your eyes have to deal with. Some of that dust and debris ends up on your eyelids. Soothing eye wipes gently remove all traces of irritating dust, debris and pollen to reduce your risk for eye irritation. For keeping your eye or reading glasses
clean and smudge-free, keep a bottle of eyeglass lens cleaner handy to spray and wipe off for a clearer view of the world. Do you wear contacts? They need to be cleaned and disinfected too. Contact lenses that aren't properly disinfected put you at risk for serious eye infections. Disinfecting solutions are available for all types of contact lenses. Be sure to choose one made for the type of lenses you wear and follow the instructions carefully.
Protein build-up on lenses can be a problem for some contact lens wearers. Protein removers are available to treat soft and gas permeable lenses and reduce protein build-up which decreases the clarity of your lenses and can make them uncomfortable to wear. Protein removers keep your lenses fresh and clean so you get a clear view of the world without discomfort.
Eye accessories and first aid products are available to help keep your eyes and your lenses moist and comfortable. Take advantage of them but don't forget to see your eye doctor regularly and immediately if you have eye pain, blurred vision, headache, severe light sensitivity or a history of injury to your eye. Take care of your eyes. They need to last a lifetime. back to top »