Sodium Hyaluronate eye drops are a gentle way to hydrate your dry, tired eyes. …read moreSee less
Whether your eyes are dry after a day of staring at your computer, or they’re dehydrated from wearing contact lenses, moisturising eye drops can help you to feel more comfortable.
Just a drop or two in each eye can ease the itchy, gritty feeling in your eyes that you may experience when they’re dried out.
Sodium hyaluronate eye drops are a popular remedy for those who need long-lasting hydration for their dry, sore eyes, getting to work right away to soothe irritation, whenever you need them.
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Can I drive after using sodium hyaluronate eye drops?
When you’ve used sodium hyaluronate eye drops, you may experience temporary blurred vision, which can happen after using any eye drops.
If this happens to you, do not attempt to drive or use any tools or machinery until you are absolutely certain you are safe to do so.
Can I use sodium hyaluronate eye drops if I wear contact lenses?
Some formulations of sodium hyaluronate eye drops, like Hycosan Original, are safe to use with contact lenses.
However, this can differ from product to product, as certain combinations of ingredients in eye drops aren’t safe to use with contact lenses.
If you wear contact lenses and experience dry eyes regularly, or are unsure about whether your eye drops are safe to use with your contact lenses, speak to your doctor, pharmacist, or optician for advice before use.
Can I use sodium hyaluronate eye drops if I’m pregnant?
If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist before using sodium hyaluronate eye drops or any other medicated product.
Although sodium hyaluronate may be safe to use during pregnancy, you should speak to a medical professional to be sure you’re using the best medication to manage your symptoms at this time.
Can I use eye drops with contact lenses?
If you have an eye problem, it’s best to avoid using contact lenses until your condition has improved.
Most eye drops aren’t intended to be used alongside contact lenses, and the application of the lenses may make your condition worse.
If you have an eye infection such as pink eye, allergies or an eye injury, apply the drops to your natural eye and don’t use your lenses afterwards.
If you regularly suffer from dry eyes, you could try Murine Contacts Refresh and Clean which has been formulated to use with contact lenses, helping to moisturise your eyes and clear away any dirt to restore clarity to your vision.