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Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)
Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)
Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)
Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)
Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)
Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)
Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)

Optrex Sore Eye Drops (10ml)

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Product Summary

Optrex Sore Eye Drops are formulated for people who often find that their eyes are dry, sore and tired. These special drops work to effectively relieve minor eye irritations to leave them feeling soothed for longer.

We often find that our eyes are dry and tired after a long day.

Optrex Sore Eye Drops can provide you with instant moisture, leaving your eyes more comfortable, improving vision, and alleviating irritation.

Directions

  • Ensure your hands are clean and dry and that the bottle's seal is intact before use.
  • Gently pull the corner of your lower lid down and tilt your head back. Apply 1 or 2 drops into your lower eyelid.
  • You can use the drops as often as you require.
  • Replace the bottle top tightly.

Ingredients

  • Active Ingredient: Hamamelis Virginiana (Distilled Witch Hazel BPC 13% v/v)
  • Also contains Purified Water, Boric Acid, Glycerin, Borax and Benzalkonium Chloride.

Warnings and Restrictions

Don't use Optrex Sore Eye Drops while or just before wearing your contact lenses. Wait 15 minutes after application before wearing contact lenses.

This is a medicine. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you have an underlying medical condition, are taking any other medication or complementary therapy, or if symptoms persist.

Seek advice before using if you are breastfeeding, pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or suffer from allergies.

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Storage

Store below 25ºC.

Discard 28 days after opening.

Keep all medicines out of the reach of children.

Taking other medicines

Speak to your pharmacist or doctor if you are taking any other medicines, especially if they are for your eyes.

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