Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops
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- Relieves redness
- Quick and easy
- Practical to carry around
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What is Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops?
Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops are a quick and easy way to relieve eye redness caused by minor irritations.
How does Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops work?
Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops contain Hamamelis water (distilled witch hazel) and Naphazoline Hydrochloride, which work together to soothe irritated eyes and relieve redness.
What are the benefits of using Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops?
There are a number of different things which can make your eyes red, including smoky or dusty atmospheres, chlorine in swimming pools or tiredness. Redness of the eyes can cause itching and discomfort so it’s a good idea to relieve them quickly with Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops.
How do I use Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops?
This product is suitable for adults and children over 12 years old. Gently squeeze 1 or 2 drops into each eye when redness occurs. Be careful not to use the product more than 4 times in 24 hours.
Side effects & precautions
Be careful not to use this product too frequently or for long periods of time, as this could actually increase the redness of your eyes.
Do not use this product if you suffer from eye disease (glaucoma) or have had eye surgery. Stop using the product immediately and contact a doctor if you experience eye pain, changes in vision, increased redness or no improvement after 24 hours.
How do I buy Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops online?
You can safely buy Optrex Bloodshot Eye Drops online at UK Meds, without the need for a prescription or consultation with a medical professional, however you should adhere to the advice given in the patient leaflet enclosed.