Opti Free Pro eye drops by Alcon is a safe and effective solution that moistens and lubricate the eyes. These opti free drops come in a multi-dosage 10ml bottle with a sterile solution which helps relieve chronically dry eyes. Opti free eye drops benefits its user by acting as a protective layer while simultaneously hydrating and preventing deposits build-up in the eye.
Opti-Free Pro Lubricant Eye Drops is a sterile solution that provides long-lasting comfort and vital moisture to the eyes. It can be used to relieve your eyes if they are tired, irritated or dry. This opti free drops can be used by contact lens wearers but ONLY after taking the lenses out and it is to be used before and/or after contact lens wearing to protect against further irritation.
It contains Propylene Glycol (eye lubricant), Hydroxypropyl Guar (gelling agent) and Purified Water to name a few and this opti free eye drops ingredients helps to relieve eye dryness and restore the ocular surface. It comes in a 10ml bottle and should be discarded 6 months after the first opening.
Opti-Free eye drops dosage: Instill 1-2 drops prior to inserting contact lenses and/or after the removal of contact lenses as required.
Opti-Free Pro Moisturizing Lens Drops are moisturizing drops formulated for enhanced hydration and cushioning of the eye. It restores moisture and relieves dryness of the eye by thickening the tear file, preventing protein and lipid build-up and protecting the eyes against further irritation while simultaneously soothing the existing irritation.
It is for use with soft contact lenses and features EyeGlyde™ Technology (a trademark of Novartis) to hydrate the lens surface and moisten silicone hydrogel and soft (hydrophilic) contact lenses as needed during wear.
If you experience occasional discomfort and dryness while wearing contact lenses, then this opti free eye drops can be used. It comes in a 10ml bottle and can be used as follows:
Instill 1-2 drops directly into the eye with the contact lens on; or
instill 1-2 drops directly on the inner side of the lens before insertion