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Buy Rohto Cool Online

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BRAND LISTING - Rohto Cool (Naphazoline Hydrochloride/Polysorbate)
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Rohto Cool

Red eye can occur in one or both eyes and can be the result of blood vessels near the surface of your eye becoming dilated due to irritation. Most commonly, allergies and environmental factors are to blame for red eye. When you are certain that there is no urgent medical reason for your eyes to be red, you can buy Rohto Cool without a prescription and use as directed.

Once you have read the instructions, you can instill Rohto Cool eye drops where the active ingredients, Naphazoline Hydrochloride, works as a vasoconstrictor to contract the muscular wall of blood vessels in your eyes, reducing blood flow and swelling, and Polysorbate which acts as a lubricant to help relieve the dry eye sensation.

People that wear contact lenses can experience red eye from not cleaning or disinfecting their lenses properly or because they wear them for extended periods of time. Rohto Cool is great for helping to eliminate tired eyes as one of the ingredients is menthol. It delivers a cooling sensation that can soothe the look of a sleepless night.

You may notice a slight burning at first when you administer the drops which could be caused by the menthol. If you have discharge, vision change, or the condition worsens, you may have something more than just red eye and should see an ophthalmologist immediately. Remove contact lenses before instilling Rohto Cool and wait at least 15 minutes before reinserting them.

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