CVS Irritated Eye Drops
Homeopathic. Compare to the active ingredients in Similasan Irritated Eye Relief (This product is not distributed by Similasan AG, or Similasan Corp). Relieves redness, watery discharge, burning, grittiness, dryness & stinging. Safe & effective. CVS/pharmacy Irritated Eye Drops stimulate the body's natural ability to relieve redness, watery discharge, burning, grittiness, dryness, and stinging. CVS/pharmacy Irritated Eye Drops provide naturally safe and effective relief. Gentle enough for children, strong enough for adults. Made in Switzerland.
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Active Ingredients: Belladonna (6X), Euphrasia (6X), Hepar Sulphuris (12X). Inactive Ingredients: Borate Buffer, Purified Water, Silver Sulfate (as Preservative), Sodium Nitrate.
For Adults and Children Ages 2 and Over: Remove tamper-evident seal from neck of bottle. Twist cap off bottle. Squeeze plastic tip to release 2-3 drops into eye. Apply as needed. Replace cap after use.
For external use only. Children under 2 years of age should be seen by a physician. Initial exacerbation of symptoms may occur. To avoid contamination, do not touch the tip of the container to any surface. Use within 30 days of opening. Expiration date only refers to unopened bottle. Replace cap tightly after every use. Contact wearers: consult physician prior to using. The use of this container by more than one person may spread infection If pregnant or breast-feeding, ask a health professional before use. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away. This product is not distributed by Similasan AG, or Similasan Corp. 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 color or becomes cloudy; if you experience eye pain or changes in vision; if you frequently contract infections that do not clear up easily. Stop use and ask a doctor if: symptoms worsen or persist for more than 72 hours; changes in vision occur; you might have a serious underlying medical cause for the infection.