If you suffer from dry eyes you might find that your contact lenses start to feel a little uncomfortable when you’re wearing them for long hours. While conventional eye drops are often a good solution, you might prefer using a specially designed eye wash for contact lenses, or an eye spray, to soothe the irritation instead.
What types of eye wash and sprays do we stock?
This effective spray relief provides a fast-acting response to tired or dry eyes. Designed to work perfectly alongside your contact lenses, the spray prevents light sensitivity, gritty feelings and a build-up of dirt or protein in your eyes. The special formula is also compatible with make-up, meaning that it won’t run if you get any spray on your eye make-up.
Why are eye wash and sprays important?
Itchy eyes can make wearing contact lenses hard work, but eye wash for dry eyes is perfect for re-hydrating and adding moisture. This soothes any discomfort caused so you can go back to enjoying your lenses in comfort.
Some people don’t like using eye drops, finding them hard to apply and that they can sometimes be wasteful. Eye wash and sprays ensure that you get good coverage of the whole eye, making the most of the solution and providing plenty of moisture to keep your eyes feeling fresh and healthy right up to the end of the day.
Easy to use and carry around, eye washes and sprays are a handy way of treating symptoms of dry eyes. The refreshing spray also has a pleasant feeling as you use it, working with the solution to soothe your eyes instantly and enough to last all day.
What conditions can using eye wash and sprays help to prevent?
Using eye wash and sprays will help to treat the discomfort caused by dry eyes, but it won’t stop eye conditions from developing, nor will it cure any that you have already got. What they are effective at is treating the symptoms of dry eye syndrome, providing you with relief and comfort so that you can wear contact lenses for the entire day.
If you’re experiencing serious discomfort or regularly experiencing dry eyes, you should visit a doctor or eye care professional. They can then identify what the problem is and the right course of treatment.
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