Liquifilm Tears Eye Drops 15ml
- Substitute for Tears
- Active Ingredient is Polyvinyl Alcohol
- Used for Dry Eye Conditions
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About Liquifilm Tears
Liquifilm Tears are commonly used for dry eye conditions. Liquifilm Tears allow the eyes to feel more comfortable when they are feeling dry.
The usual dose for Liquifilm Tears is:
Apply one or two drops to the affected eye(s) when needed during the day (or as directed by your doctor, optician or pharmacist).
Dry eye syndrome is a tear deficiency condition (lack of tears), which can cause discomfort in the eye. Dry eye syndrome can be aggravated by certain factors such as dry air (for example, air conditioning, dust, wind or smoke.) Reduced tear production can be caused by certain drugs, sjögren syndrome, allergies, dehydration or trauma (for example, radiation, surgery).
Symptoms of the dry eye usually will affect both eyes and will present with the feeling of grittiness or irritation in the eye, a brief blurring of vision and watery eyes. Individuals who have dry eyes generally do not complain of dryness in the eyes. removal of factors which aggravate dry eyes can help, (for example, adverse drug reactions or environmental conditions.)
- Hot compresses
- Use of humidifiers
- Drinking plenty of water
- Taking breaks from looking at computer screens (as looking at screens we do not blink as much as we should)
- Blinking helps to create more tears
Other treatments for dry eye conditions are available at Rightdose. These include:
- Optrex Dry Eye Drops
- Blink Intensive Tears Eye Drops
- Hypromellose Eye Drops
- Viscotears Liquid Gel
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What is Liquifilm Tears used for?
Liquifilm Tears are used for the treatment of dry eye symptoms most commonly - burning, soreness and irritation.
How do you use Liquifilm Tears?
To use the gel you need to tilt your head back, look up to the ceiling and pull your lower eyelid down to make a small pouch under the eye. Place the dropper directly over the eye and squeeze the bottle so that 1 or 2 drops cover the eye. Then look down and slowly close your eyes for 1 to 2 minutes. Then place 1 finger in the corner of your eye near your nose and apply gentle pressure. This can be repeated when needed throughout the day.
Can I use Liquifilm Tears with contact lenses?
There is a preservative in Liquifilm Tears called Benzalkonium Chloride which can cause eye irritation and can also cause contact lenses to become discoloured. If you wear contact lenses it is advised that before using Liquifilm Tears all contact lenses are removed and then only reapplied 15-30 minutes after Liquifilm Tears has been applied.
Side effects of Liquifilm Tears Eye Drops
Like all medication, Liquifilm Tears can cause side effects, however not everybody gets them.
You may experience the following side effects:
- Blurred vision
- Pain in the eye
- The sensation of a foreign body in the eyes
- Irritation of eye
- Eye redness
(Please read the patient information leaflet for a full list of side effects.)
Before taking any medication, it is important to read the Patient Information Leaflet. You can find information leaflets for your medicines by typing them into the search bar at medicines.org, or by contacting us.
Directions of use for Liquifilm Tears Eye Drops
Ensure you wash your hands before using Liquifilm Tears
Remove any contact lenses prior to using the drops and do not replace contact lenses for at least 15 minutes.
Liquifilm Tears should be held vertically.
Tilt head backwards.
Resting one hand on cheek, gently pull down the lower eyelid.
Squeezing the tube gently, insert one or two drops.
Blink a couple of times to spread the gel evenly over eyes.
Wipe any excess gel from around the eyelids.
If needed, repeat the above steps for the other eye.
This can be repeated when needed throughout the day or as directed by your doctor or optician.
Make sure you do not touch the eye or the surrounding area with the dropper tip as this could cause injury to the eye and can contaminate the Liquifilm Tears.
(Please read the patient information leaflet for a full list of directions.)
Warnings for Liquifilm Tears Eye Drops
- Liquifilm Tears should only be used in your eye(s).
- Talk to a healthcare professional before you start using Liquifilm Tears if you suffer from any other eye conditions (besides sore/dry eyes)
- Stop using Liquifilm Tears and seek medical advice from your doctor if you have any eye pain, vision changes, irritation of the eyes, persistent redness, or if the condition worsens or persists.
- Benzalkonium chloride, which is a preservative found in Liquifilm Tears, can cause irritation in the eye and can also discolour soft contact lenses. (Remove any lenses before use and wait for at least 15 minutes before putting lenses in.)
- After opening, Liquifilm Tears should not be used after 28 days.Keep out of reach and sight of childrenDo not store above 25°C
Ingredients in Liquifilm Tears Eye Drops
polyvinyl alcohol 1.4%, benzalkonium chloride 0.005%.
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