BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops

BLINK CONTACTS  Eye Drops

 


Contact Lens induced Dry Eyes affects 1 in every 2 contact lens wearers. Are your contact lenses causing you dryness and discomfort in your eyes? Are they giving you a stinging or burning sensation?

BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops is specially formulated to give long-lasting comfort during for frequent contact lens wearers. With sodium hyaluronate as a key ingredient, it forms a moisture cushion so that eyes stay refreshed and comfortable. 


BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops is also enriched with essential electrolytes found in natural tears.

Blink® Contacts Eye Drops

RESEARCH INFORMATION


  • Contains 0.15%  Hyaluron Acid (HA) Contains 0.15%
    Hyaluron Acid (HA)
  • Long Lasting Contact Lens Wearing Comfort Long Lasting Contact Lens Wearing Comfort
  • Better vision quality2 Enhances vision quality

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Hyaluronic Acid?
  • Do BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops help with dry eye syndrome?
  • Is BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops preservative-free?
  • Can BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops be applied while I am wearing contact lenses?
  • What is Hyaluronic Acid?

    Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring lubricant in our eyes that holds 1000 times its weight in water. This is found in BLINK Contacts, and acts as a moisture cushion providing long-lasting moisturising comfort to contact lens wearers.
  • Do BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops help with dry eye syndrome?

    Dry eyes can often be caused by wearing contact lenses for extended periods of time. Blink Contacts helps re-hydrate dry eyes caused by contact lenses, with less blurred vision and enhanced comfort. BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops also protects from dryness for at-risk lens wearers.
  • Is BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops preservative-free?

    BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops contains the patented OCUPURE formulation - a unique component which renders the eye drop preservative-free when it is exposed to light and enters your eyes.
  • Can BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops be applied while I am wearing contact lenses?

    Yes, BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops can be applied directly to the eye even when wearing lenses. However, we recommend applying a drop of blink Contacts on lenses prior to insertion to markedly reduce the incidence and severity of end-of-day dryness as well.
BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops

Directions For Use

 

Gentle enough to be used everyday, this refreshing formulation aims to boost your eyes' natural moisture and replenish the natural function of blinking during contact lens wear. Extended contact lens wear, lack of sleep or air-conditioned environments can easily leave your eyes feeling dull and tired - refresh them with BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops.
  • Place 1 or 2 drops in affected eye as required Place 1 or 2 drops on each lens as required
  • Blink several times to distribute solution throughout eye Insert lens and blink several times to distribute solution throughout eye



  • May be used as often as required.
  • If you wear contact lenses, there is no need to remove your contact lenses
  • Advised to use prior to lens application

Safety Information


BLINK CONTACTS Eye Drops
INDICATIONS

For lubricating and rewetting all contact lenses, especially disposable lenses. To relieve dryness, irritation and discomfort that may be associated with lens wear. To cushion lenses by placing a drop on lenses prior to application onto eye.

 
PRECAUTIONS

Store at room temperature (<25C). DISCARD ANY REMAINING SOLUTION 45 DAYS AFTER OPENING. Do not use if allergic to any of the ingredients.

 
WARNINGS

For external use only. Do not swallow the solution  Do not allow tip of container to make contact with the eye. To avoid contamination, do not touch the dropper tip of the bottle on any surface. Do not use after the expiry date. Close the bottle tightly immediately after use. Do not mix with any other fluid except as directed. This substance should not be administered to the eye concurrently with any eye medicament except on medical advice. Do not use if packaging has been opened or damaged. If irritation develops, discontinue use and consult your eye care practitioner.

 
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