ARE YOUR CONTACT LENSES FEELING DRY DURING THE DAY?
You may feel the need to rewet your contact lenses before insertion and lubricate them during wear.
Blink Contacts® Lubricating Eye Drops is the answer.
Blink Contacts® Lubricating Eye Drops moisturizes dry contact lenses by working with the eye’s natural tears to help keep them feeling fresh and provides silky-smooth comfort for contact lens wearers4,5,6.
If you are allergic to any ingredient in Blink Contacts® Lubricating Eye Drops, do not use this product.
Problems with contact lenses and lens care products could result in serious injury to the eye. It is essential that you understand contraindications, warnings, precautions and possible adverse reactions and carefully follow your eye care professional's directions and all labeling instructions for proper use and care of your contact lenses, lens case and lens care products. For further details, click on the Indication and Important Safety Information
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2Michaud L. Evaluation of sodium hyaluronate lubricating drop used before insertion of contact lenses on symptomatology, severity and intensity of ocular dryness. International Scholarly Research Network 2012, article ID 762784.
3Data on file June 2003. HARW 102 9464, Blink Contact Lens Rewetter Solution, Clinical Trial. Final Report.
4Laurent T. Structure hyaluronic acid. EA Balazs (Ed.) Chemistry and molecular biology of intercellular matrix. Academic Press, London; 1970:703-732.
5Aragona P et al. Long term treatment with sodium hyaluronate-containing artificial tears reduces ocular surface damage in patients with dry eye. Br J Ophthalmol. 2002;86:181-184
6Huth S et al. Wavelength-dependent optical interferometry measurements of change in thickness of apical corneal tear film following eye drop instillation. Poster ARVO 2008
7Noecker R. Effects of common ophthalmic preservatives on ocular health. Adv Ther. 2001;18(5):205-215