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Optrex ActiMist 2 In 1 Dry + Irritated Eye Spray – 10ml

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What is Optrex Actimist 2 in 1 Dry + Tired Eye Spray?

Optrex Actimist 2 in 1 Dry + Irritated Eye Spray can help to rehydrate and provide relief from dry and tired eyes. The refreshing spray is clinically proven to help cool and soothe irritation. Optrex is perfect for on the go and is sprayed onto closed eyes for comfortable and easy administration. The protective formula provides long-lasting results and is suitable for use with contact lenses. If you’re looking for effective relief from dry and tired eyes, try Optrex Actimist  2 in 1 Dry + Tired Eyes Spray. 


Why are my eyes dry?

There are many reasons why the eyes can become dry and irritated. Spending extended periods in environments that are heated or air-conditioned, as this can cause the eyes to lose moisture and feel uncomfortable. Spending lots of time looking at screens or wearing contact lenses can also cause the eyes to dry out and feel irritated. Dry eyes can also be a side effect of some medications. Dry eyes are not usually something to be concerned about, however, if it is causing you severe and prolonged discomfort, seeking medical attention is advised. 


How can Optrex Eye Spray help to relieve dry, tired eyes?

Optrex works by stabilising the tear barrier on the surface of our eyes to rehydrate and soothe tired eyes. The effective formula is clinically proven to provide fast and long-lasting relief from irritation and grittiness that is caused by eyes becoming tired. The eye spray is applied directly to the eyelid, so is comfortable and convenient to apply. The spray is suitable for use with contact lenses and ideal for taking on the go. 


How to use this product

Push down on the spray’s nozzle 3 - 4 times to prime the spray before first use. Hold the spray bottle 10 cm from your closed eyelid. Spray 1 - 2 pumps onto closed eyelids, 3 - 4 times per day as required. This product is suitable for everyday use. 


When NOT to use this product 

Do NOT use this product if you are allergic to any of the ingredients (see ingredients tab for full list). Do NOT touch the eye surface with the spray head or spray the product onto the open eye. 

Important Information

This product is a medicine; make sure to speak to your doctor or Chemist 4U pharmacist before taking this product if you have an underlying medical problem or are taking any other medicine or complementary therapy. If your symptoms get worse or continue after taking this product, contact us or your doctor. For medical services in your area, please refer to https://www.nhs.uk

If you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or breastfeeding, speak to your doctor or our pharmacist before taking this product. If you suffer from any allergies, ask your doctor or our pharmacist if this medicine is right for you.

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Please read the included leaflet carefully before using this product.

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Active Ingredients

  • Sodium Chloride, Vitamin A, Vitamin E

Ingredients

  • 1ml Contains: 10mg Soy Lecithin, 8mg Sodium Chloride, 8mg Ethanol, 5mg Phenoxyethanol, 5mg Pro-Vitamin B5 (Dexpanthenol), 0.25mg Vitamin A Palmitate, 0.02mg Vitamin E, Purified Water.

Product Data
Active Ingredient(s)
Sodium Chloride, Vitamin A, Vitamin E
Manufacturer
Optrex

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