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Allergic Conjunctivitis

Allergic conjunctivitis is conjunctivitis caused by the eyes coming into contact with an allergen. Common triggers for the condition include pollen, animal hair, cosmetics and dust mites.

It is commonly associated with allergic conditions such as hay fever, pet allergies and asthma. Typical symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis include red, itchy, swollen eyes and eyelids, often with a stringy discharge.

There are in fact several types of allergic conjunctivitis: seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, perennial allergic conjunctivitis, contact dermatoconjunctivitis and giant papillary conjunctivitis. Each is caused by different allergens and symptoms may differ slightly.

Antihistamine eye drops are commonly used to treat allergic conjunctivitis.
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Antihistamine Eye Drops for Allergic Conjunctivitis

  • Numark Allergy Eye Drops 10ml

    Numark Allergy Eye Drops 10ml

    Great value eye drops from our Express Chemist Value range of low-cost medicines.

    £6.20
    (incl VAT)
    Sorry, this product has been discountinued.
  • Opticrom Allergy Eye Drops 10ml

    Opticrom Allergy Eye Drops 10ml

    Opticrom Allergy Eye Drops are specially formulated to bring soothing relief to irritated eyes.

    £4.55
    (incl VAT)
  • Opticrom Allergy Eye Drops 5ml

    Opticrom Allergy Eye Drops 5ml

    Opticrom Allergy Eye Drops contain a 2% w/v concentration of the antihistamine sodium cromoglicate.

    £3.80
    (incl VAT)
    Out of stock
  • Optrex Allergy Eye Drops 10ml

    Optrex Allergy Eye Drops 10ml

    Optrex Allergy Eye Drops soothe the red, sore eyes associated with allergic conditions such as hay fever, asthma and pet allergies.

    £5.30
    (incl VAT)
  • Otrivine Antistin Eye Drops 10ml

    Otrivine Antistin Eye Drops 10ml

    Otrivine Antistin Eye Drops are anti-flammatory eye drops containing xylometazoline hydrochloride and antazoline sulphate to provide relief from seasonal and perennial allergic conjunctivitis.

    £4.85
    (incl VAT)

Other Remedies

  • Optrex Itchy Eye Drops 10ml

    Optrex Itchy Eye Drops 10ml

    Optrex Itchy Eye Drops are an antihistamine free way to relieve allergic conjunctivitis. They contain purified water and natural plant extacts to gently cleanse the eye and remove irritants.

    £4.45
    (incl VAT)

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