Eye drops containing Euphrasia
For dry, tired and irritated eyes
Eyes can become dry and irritated as a result of a number of factors in our modern world. Working long hours at a computer screen, heating, air-conditioning and pollution are all contributory factors. Eyes become drier with age and use of contact lenses can irritate eyes.
A.Vogel Eye drops contain Euphrasia and can be used to relieve dry, irritated or tired eyes. These drops help soothe and maintain lubrication of the eyes and are suitable for use whilst wearing contact lenses.
A.Vogel Eye drops contain Hyaluronic acid, Euphrasia officinalis (Eyebright) 0.1%, sodium choloride, boric acid disodium tetraborate decahydrate, sodium hydroxide, hydrochloric acid and water.
The unique bottle design keeps the contents sterile without the need for preservatives, ensuring that once opened, the product can be used as often as needed.
Use within 12 weeks of opening. Store below 25oC.
1 drop in each eye 4 to 5 times daily, or more often as required.
Each bottle provides about 300 drops. Please note that there will always be a small amount of liquid left in the bottle after use. May be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
We recommend that you do not share eye drops with other people. Do not use if you are sensitive or allergic to any of the ingredients.
1. Remove the coloured cap from the bottle.
2. First time use: Hold the bottle upside down over your hand and squeeze the base several times until the first drop is released. The dropper bottle is now ready for use.
3. Tilt the head back slightly and pull the lower eyelid downwards. Place the dropper above the eye. Holding the bottle with your thumb and middle finger, press the base of the bottle with your index finger.
4. Close your eye so that the fluid spreads evenly over the eye’s surface. Replace the cap on the bottle, pressing firmly.
Where possible, use natural light to work in. If you work in front of a computer, give your eyes regular breaks by looking into the medium distance – 20 or 30 feet away
Do not wear contact lenses for longer than the recommendation of the manufacturers
Sunglasses can help reduce irritation of eyes when the sun does shine
Avoid use of air-conditioning where possible
When relaxing, reduce your time in front of the television, iPad or computer screens.