Optase Comfort Drop 20 x 0.4ml
Optase Comfort Drop 20 x 0.4ml
Optase Comfort Drops is a preservative-free eye drop designed to alleviate the symptoms of contact lens discomfort. It is available in single-dose units and contains moisturizing properties, which helps ease the friction between the contact lens and the tear film to ensure comfort for contact lens wearers.
- Provides relief from dryness and irritation
- Preservative and phosphate-free formula for dry, irritated eyes
- Convenient single-dose units for on-the-go use
- Suitable for all ages of contact lens wearers
- Recyclable packaging for environmental sustainability
How do Optase Comfort Drops work?
The surface of the eye is covered by a thin layer of tears, called the tear film, which protects, nourishes and lubricates the eye. Contact lenses can irritate and damage the tear film, which can lead to dry, red, and irritated eyes. Optase Comfort Drops help reduce friction between the contact lens and the tear film to provide comfort for contact lens wearers.
What is the active ingredient in Optase Comfort Drops and how does it work?
The active ingredient in Optase Comfort Drops is 0.1% sodium hyaluronate, a naturally occurring substance that acts as a moisturizer. When applied to the eye, sodium hyaluronate helps to ease the friction between the contact lens and the tear film, thereby reducing symptoms of contact lens discomfort and ensuring comfort for contact lens wearers.
How do I use Optase Comfort Drops?
Tear off the single-dose unit (SDU) from the pack, bend your head backward, pull the lower eyelid downwards with your forefinger to gently squeeze the SDU and let 1-2 drops fall into the eye. Alternatively, you can insert the drop into the contact lens before inserting it into the eye. You can use these eye drops as often as you need.
Are Optase Comfort Drops compatible with contact lenses?
Yes, Optase Comfort Drops is contact lens compatible.
What are some symptoms of contact lens discomfort?
Symptoms may include stinging, itching, gritty or burning sensations in and around the eye, sensitivity to light, eye redness, excessive watering, eye dryness, or feeling as though there’s a foreign object in the eye.
Why can wearing contact lenses cause discomfort?
Contact lenses can cause discomfort due to debris transfer onto the lenses, environmental or seasonal allergies, and incorrect lens fit.
How do Optase Comfort Drops treat contact lens discomfort?
Not only do these drops lubricate the eyes but also hydrate the lenses, making wearing contacts more comfortable, they also help in clearing out any debris or residue that may be present under the lenses, ensuring better vision and eye health.
Sodium Chloride, Boric Acid buffer/Sodium Borate with 0.1% Edetate Disodium and 0.1% Hyaluronic Acid
Usage and Instructions
Wash your hands with water and soap before using these eye drops. Open the bottle by twisting the cap.
For direct use: Place one or two drops in each eye and blink several times.
For use with contact lenses: Apply one or two drops to the inside of your lens before putting the contact lens into your eye. You can use these eye drops as often as you need.
Always read the label and instructions before use.
Your eyes might be a little blurry directly after applying these eye drops – blink a few times and this should clear shortly. You also may experience some stinging, though this isn't a side effect many will experience. This should go away shortly too.