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BRAND LISTING - Visine Cool Eye Drops (Tetrahydrozoline Hydrochloride 0.05%/Polyethylene Glycol 400 1%)
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Visine Cool Eye Drops

Visine Cool Eye Drops is an over-the-counter eye drop medicine that can provide fast, lasting relief for your dry, burning, irritated eyes. Spending time outside in dusty, windy conditions can make your eyes feel gritty and irritated, while being indoors offers other causes for burning eyes. Computer work is a popular reason for dry and burning eyes. We tend to blink less while working away at our computer and after eight to ten hours, no matter how many times you blink to make them stop burning, your eyes are in need of the soothing, lubricating effects delivered by Visine Cool Eye Drops.

Blinking is nature’s way of keeping our eyeballs moist and lubricated but exposure to outside elements such as the wind and sun, and the strain of night driving can also affect how often we blink. Contact lens wearers may experience dry and burning eyes more frequently than those that don’t have them. Remove contacts before instilling Visine Cool Eye Drops because your contacts may cause the formula to concentrate under the lens and your eyes may not receive the help you need.

Tetrahydrozoline Hydrochloride 0.05%/Polyethylene Glycol 400 1% are the active ingredients in Visine Cool Eye Drops. Tetrahydrozoline Hydrochloride 0.05% is a decongestant that shrinks swollen blood vessels and tissues to bring relief to minor eye irritations, and Polyethylene Glycol 400 1% delivers a soothing lubrication so even while you are working, swimming, skiing, or doing other activities, your eyes are coated to keep them moist and well lubricated.

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