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Buy Refresh Eye Drops or Generic Polyvinyl Alcohol/Povidone Online

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GENERIC ALTERNATIVE LISTING - Polyvinyl Alcohol/Povidone
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
1.4%/0.6% (1 x 10mL)
1.4%/0.6% (2 x 10mL)
BRAND LISTING - Refresh Eye Drops (Polyvinyl Alcohol/Povidone)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
1.4%/0.6% (30 x 0.4mL)

Refresh Eye Drops

Refresh Eye Drops is an over the counter medicine used to combat dry eyes that can be caused by age, diseases, meds, or allergies as well as exposure to the elements and computer use. Refresh Eye Drops or generic Polyvinyl Alcohol/Povidone provides relief as it helps to moisturize your dry, itchy, burning eyes. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

People blink an average 15-20 times a minute and we automatically assume our eyes have a never-ending supply of moisturizing tears to keep things working smoothly. Whether we spend time indoors working at the computer, relaxing in front of the television, or working outdoors in all types of weather, we blink without thinking until we notice the gritty feeling with every blink. Refresh Eye Drops will help keep your eyes lubricated so you experience fewer problems with irritations.

The components of tears are made in glands around the eye and with every blink, our eyes are refreshed with a mixture of oil, mucus, antibodies and proteins which lubricate and protect the eyes from infection. Certain conditions like diabetes, vitamin A deficiency, or thyroid disorders can effect tear production. If you are planning on laser eye surgery, your doctor may recommend Refresh Eye Drops or generic Polyvinyl Alcohol/Povidone post-operatively to prevent temporary symptoms of dry eye. Dry eyes are common in people over 50 years, more so in woman after menopause, due in part to hormonal changes.

The information provided on the website is intended to facilitate awareness about healthcare products and medical conditions generally but it is not a substitute for professional medical attention or advice. You should always speak with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking any prescription or non-prescription drug.