Refresh Tears Lubricant Eye Drops Multi-pack (4 ct.)
About this item
- 4 bottles of lubricating eyes drops 0.5 fl oz. (15 mL) each
- 1 bottle 0.17 fl oz. (5 mL)
- More bottles for more places
- Best eye drops for dry eyes
- Recommended and trusted by doctors
For lubricating eye drops that doctors trust and recommend try Refresh Tears® Lubricant Eye Drops Multi-Pack (4 ct.). This natural tear product is designed to instantly moisturize and relieve dry, irritated eyes with a fast-acting, long-lasting formula.
When Do I Use Refresh Tears Lubricant Eye Drops Multi-Pack?
Dry eyes are an increasingly more common condition. Between changing seasons, increased screen time and allergens men and women are looking for the right solution to irritated eyes. Refresh Eye Drops are the best eye drops for dry eyes. Gain temporary relief of burning, irritation and discomfort due to dryness of the eye or exposure to wind or sun with Refresh's effective formula. Refresh Dye Drops can be used as a protectant against further irritation. These packs come with four bottes so you can keep one at work, home or on the go for relief throughout your week.
How Are Refresh Tears Lubricant Eye Drops Made?
Refresh Eye Drops use carboxymethylcellulose sodium (0.5%) as the active ingredient. This is an artificial tear that comes in a convenient multi-dose bottle and is safe to use as often as needed. These lubricating eye drops have many of the same healthy qualities as your own natural tears that will provide immediate, soothing relief for dry, irritated eyes.
What Are Some More Dry Eye Relief Suggestions?
Refresh tears is committed to helping customers reduce dry eyes. Refresh researchers have found these tips to be helpful lifestyle habits to help and prevent dry eyes. Using a humidifier at home and in your workplace may help you eyes maintain moisture throughout your day. Don't forget to wear sunglasses outdoors. Sunglasses with a wrap-around frame design will reduce exposure to drying winds and sun. Blink regularly during the day to naturally lubricate the eyes. Don't rub your eyes, even if you are tempted, because it can actually irritate your eyes further. Also, Refresh wants you to be aware that certain over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs can contribute to dry eye symptoms.