BLINK® TEARS UNIQUE FORMULA IS AVAILABLE IN PRESERVATIVE-FREE, STERILE, SINGLE-USE VIALS.
Do you suffer from occasional burning, stinging or scratchiness in the eye? Do you have a sensitivity to light, mild redness, and mucus discharge or allergy symptoms? Blink® Tears Preservative Free Lubricating Eye Drops can provide you with the relief you are looking for.
Blink® Tears Preservative Free Lubricating Eye Drops:
- All the advantages of Blink® Tears but formulated without a preservative
- For people sensitive to preservatives:
- For the relief of dry-eye symptoms pre- and post-eye surgery
- Provides immediate comfort and longer-lasting relief, requiring less frequent dosing1,2
- Is significantly less blurry in the eye than Systane® Drops1,2
- In a clinical study, patients preferred it over previous eye drops3
- It RESTORES your tear film each time you blink
- It is clinically shown to IMPROVE tear film stability4,5
INDICATIONS AND IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Ask your eye care professional what makes Blink® Tears Preservative Free Lubricating Eye Drops effective.
If you are allergic to any ingredient in Blink® Tears Preservative Free Lubricating Eye Drops, do not use this product. Stop use and ask a doctor if you experience eye pain, changes in vision, continued redness or irritation of the eye or if the condition worsens or persists for more than 72 hours.
For further details, click on the Indication and Important Safety Information
- Bucci, FA. Randomized cross-over evaluation of PEG-400 based artificial tear vs. HP-Guar based artificial tear for signs and symptoms of dry eye. Poster, European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. September 13-17, 2008 Berlin, DE.
- Kislan, T. Randomized cross-over evaluation of PEG-400 based artificial tear (Blink) vs. HP-Guar based artificial tear (Systane) for signs and symptoms of dry eye. Poster, American Academy of Optometry, October 22-25, 2008, Anaheim, CA.
- Data on file, 2007, Donnenfeld ED, Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island, Rockville Centre, NY.
- Huth S, Tran D, Skotnitsky C, Lasswell L, Mahmud P, Kim T. Wavelength-dependent optical interferometry measurements of change in thickness of apical corneal tear film following eye drop instillation. Poster presented at: The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology: April 27-May 1, 2008; Fort Lauderdale, FL.
- Creech JL, Do LT, Fatt I, Radke CJ. In vivo tear-film thickness determination and implications for tear-film stability. Curr Eye Res. 1998;17(11):1058-1066. 2009.09.11-CN1323