Similasan Pink Eye Relief Single-Use Droppers
Description & Features
Similasan’s Pink Eye Relief sterile eye drops are specifically formulated to address those symptoms associated with viral or environmental conjunctivitis, along with sensation of grittiness, watery discharge, burning, and redness of the inner eyelids. Because the active ingredients are homeopathic, Pink Eye Relief is safe to use all day. Pink Eye Relief does not contain an antibiotic and so should not be used with bacterial conjunctivitis and/or if you are experiencing a thick discharge that is white, yellow or green and may glue the eye shut- you should see your doctor. Help your eyes to feel better with Similasan’s Pink Eye Relief sterile eye drops, so you can get back to your day.
Uses: According to homeopathic principles, the medicinal ingredients in this medication temporarily relieve minor symptoms associated with viral and environmental conjunctivitis, such as: inflammation and redness of the whites of the eyes and inner eyelids; excessive watery (clear) discharge; sensation of grittiness; and sensitivity to light.
Medicinal ingredients: Atropa belladonna, Belladonna (whole fresh plants) 6X; Euphrasia 3c, Euphrasia officinalis 3c (whole fresh plants) 6X; Hepar sulfuris calcareum (mixture of Calcium carbonicum Hahnemanni and Sulfur) 12X
Non-medicinal ingredients: Purified Water, Sodium phosphate, monobasic, dihydrate, Disodium phosphate anhydrous (as buffering agents), lactose
Directions: Adults and children age 12 and over: Apply 2-3 drops, 3 times per day. Children 1-11 years: Apply 1-2 drops, 3 times per day. Children 0-11 months: Apply 1 drop, 2 times per day. Acute dosing: 1 drop in the affected eye every 15 minutes for a maximum of 3 hours. Remove a single-use dropper. Twist flat end with ball to remove. Squeeze plastic dropper to release 2-3 drops into eye and discard applicator. Apply as needed throughout the day or night. Use a new dropper for every application.
Warnings: For external use only. While this product is suitable for all ages, children with conjunctivitis should be seen by a doctor. Initial exacerbation of symptoms may occur. Use only if dropper seal is intact. To avoid contamination, do not touch the tip of the container to any surface. Do not reuse. Once opened, discard. Contact wearers: consult a physician prior to using.
Do not use: if you are experiencing a thick, white, yellow or green discharge that forms a crust on the eyelid; if the solution changes colour or becomes cloudy; if you experience eye pain or change in vision; if you frequently contract infections that don't cleay up quickly.
Stop use and ask a doctor if: Symptoms worsen or persist for more than 72 hours, changes in vision occur or you experience eye pain, or if you might have a serious underlying medical cause for the condition.