Optase Dry Eye Spray 17ml
Optase Dry Eye Spray 17ml
Prickly, dry eyes causing you discomfort? Gently rehydrate your eyes and keep moisture in for longer with this gentle eye spray. Optase Eye Spray is intended to relieve dryness and irritation in the eyes, eyelids, and skin around the eyes. It contains sea buckthorn seed oil and sodium hyaluronate, which work together to protect the eyes from drying and moisturize the surrounding skin.
- Innovative two-pump bottle system for on-the-go convenience.
- Multi-dose bottle with sterility over 3 months.
- 300 doses per bottle for long-lasting relief.
- Combines natural ingredients for improved comfort and relief.
- Provides relief, moisturization, and lubrication for dry eyes.
- Easy to apply spray for those who struggle with drops.
- Preservative-free for added safety and comfort.
- Unique formula designed to manage dry eye symptoms.
What symptoms or conditions can be treated with Optase Eye Spray?
Optase Eye Spray can relieve dryness, irritation, and moisturize the skin surrounding the eyes. Its sea buckthorn seed oil strengthens the tear lipid layer to prevent dryness, while sodium hyaluronate lubricates the eyes and supports the water-binding capacity of the tear film. This product is a registered Medical Device and can be used several times a day, even while wearing contact lenses. However, if you are sensitive to any of its ingredients or if the bottle is damaged, do not use it.
What is the active ingredient and how does it work?
Optase Eye Spray contains sea buckthorn seed oil, sodium hyaluronate and glycerol in a citrate-borate buffered emulsion. The sea buckthorn seed oil spreads on the tear film and strengthens the tear lipid layer to protect the eyes from drying. It also contains natural antioxidant compounds that protect the eye surface and skin against cell damage and speed up their healing. Sodium hyaluronate supports the water-binding capacity of the tear film, lubricates the eyes, prevents cell damage, and moisturizes the surrounding skin.
What are common causes of dry eyes?
Dry eyes can occur if your tears are insufficient or evaporate too quickly. Certain factors can make you more susceptible to developing dry eyes, including age over 50, contact lens wear, prolonged screen time, exposure to air conditioning or heat, windy or dusty environments, smoking, alcohol consumption, taking specific medications, or having certain medical conditions such as blepharitis, Sjögren's syndrome, or lupus.
What are common signs and symptoms of dry eyes?
Dry eyes can cause various signs and symptoms, such as a stinging, burning, or scratchy sensation in your eyes, stringy mucus in or around your eyes, sensitivity to light, eye redness, a sensation of having something in your eyes, difficulty wearing contact lenses, difficulty with nighttime driving, watery eyes, which is the body's response to the irritation of dry eyes, and blurred vision or eye fatigue. These symptoms typically affect both eyes and can be relieved through the use of artificial tears, prescription eye drops, or other treatments recommended by an eye doctor.
Sea buckthorn seed oil, sodium hyaluronate and glycerin in a citrate-borate buffered emulsion.
Usage and Instructions
Press down the dispenser two thirds of the way. Hold the spray 6-10 inches from the eyes then press down the dispenser all the way. The spray spreads from the surface of the closed eye to the eyelid margins. Blink your eyes and it spreads over the tear ﬁlm where it strengthens the lipid layer providing extra lubrication.
How often can I use Optase Eye Spray?
You may use Optase Eye Spray several times a day and during contact lens wear. If you are using other personal care products or makeup in the eye area, let them settle for at least 10 minutes before applying the spray.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Keep out of reach of children. Use within 3 months of opening.
If you feel like the product is causing itchiness or irritation in your eyes, please wash your eyes with fresh water and do not use the product again before contacting one of our pharmaicsts.