Hypromellose Lubricating Eye Drops
- Hypromellose Lubricating Eye Drops are known as artificial tears.
- The drops are used to treat dry eye. Specifically, the use of computer screens can cause dry eye.
- Medical treatments can also cause dry eye. Finally air pollution can dry out the eyes.
£1.99 – £3.49
What are Hypromellose Lubricating Eye drops used for?
Hypromellose Lubricating Eye Drops are known as artificial tears. The drops are used to treat dry eye. Specifically, the use of computer screens can cause dry eye. Medical treatments can also cause dry eye. Finally air pollution can dry out the eyes.
Hypermellose is an eye lubricant and behaves in the same way as real tears.
How do I use Hypromellose Lubricating Eye Drops?
Soft contact lenses must not be worn during treatment with Hypromellose Eye Drops. The recommended dose is one or two drops three times daily as needed, or as directed by your doctor.
Instructions for use 1. Before opening a new bottle of Hypromellose Eye Drops, please check that the safety strip on the bottom of the outer cap is unbroken. 2. Twist the outer cap to break the seal. 3. Wash your hands well before use. 4. Remove the outer cap. If you are putting in the drops yourself, you should use a mirror. 5. Tilt your head back and look up at the ceiling. 6. Pull the lower lid of the eye out to form a small p
One Pack(s), Two Pack(s)
Like all medicines, Hypromellose Eye Drops cancause side effects, although not
foreign body sensation in eyes
redness of eyeThese effects should wear off after a short time.If these effects persist or get worse, or you noticeany side effects not listed in this leaflet stop usingHypromellose Eye Drops and talk to yourdoctor or pharmacist.
For the patient information leaflet