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Dry Eye Products

Dry eye is the loss or reduction of the eye's ability to produce normal tears. It is one of the most frequent causes of visits to an Eye Care Professional. A variety of factors may cause or contribute to this problem; some are age-related, some are related to the environment. It is a common and treatable condition.1
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Artelac ® Lipids

Artelac® Lipids is an ideal product for providing long-lasting2,3 relief for dry eyes. It is formulated to provide support to all three layers of the tear film with sterile water to moisturize, carbomer to bind the moisture on the eye’s surface, and medium chain triglycerides to support the lipid layer of the tear film that seals in moisture.

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Artelac® Nighttime Gel
Artelac® Nighttime Gel is a non-sticky soothing gel, formulated to supplement the 3 layers of the tear film including the very important outer-lipid layer. It helps to seal in eye moisture overnight, for extra relief from dry eye symptoms.
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Vidisic® Gel
Vidisic® Gel is a soothing gel that acts as an artificial tear to keep the surface of the eye lubricated and has a refreshing, cooling action.
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Bausch & Lomb Moisture Eyes™

Bausch & Lomb Moisture Eyes™ eyedrop is specially formulated to moisturize the eyes. Bausch & Lomb Moisture Eyes is used to relieve burning, irritation, and discomfort of the eye(s).

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Advanced Eye Relief® Eye Wash

Bausch + Lomb Advanced Eye Relief® Eye Wash gently cleanses and refreshes the eye to help relieve irritation, stinging and discomfort by removing loose foreign material, air pollutants (pollen, ragweed), dust or chlorinated water.

References:

1. http://www.bausch.com/your-eye-concerns/eye-infections-irritations/dry-eye

2. Wilson CG, Ya Ping Zhu, Frier M, Rao L S, Gilchrist P, Perkins AC. Ocular contact time of a carbomer gel (GelTears) in humans. Br J Ophthalmol 1998;82:1131–1134.

3. Sze-yee Lee, Louis Tong. Lipid-Containing Lubricants for dry eye: A systemic review. Optometry and vision Science Vol. 89, No.11. PP. 1654-1661· 2012.