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Hypromellose Eye Drops BPC 0.3 w/v 10ml

Product code: 0792168
  • Pharmacy Only Medicine
£2.30
(incl VAT)
Hypromellose Eye Drops BPC 0.3 w/v - lubricating drops for dry and painful eyes.

Hypromellose eye drops are used to treat conditions where not enough tears are made to keep the eye lubricated and clean. Hypromellose eye drops lubricate the surface of the eye (including artificial eyes) in the same way as natural tears. It can therefore be used to relieve the dryness and pain associated with reduced or abnormal tear production.

Directions for Use:
Wash your hands before use, if you are applying the drops yourself it may be easier to use a mirror.
Remove the other cap and tilt your head back so you are looking at the ceiling.
Pull the lower lid of the eye out to form a small pocket between your eyelid and your eye.
Hold the bottle between thumb and middle finger of the other hand. turn the bottle upside down near the eye.
Apply enough pressure to the container to release one to two drops, as directed by your doctor.