New Formula! Now Sensitive Eyes Rewetting Drops has a cleaning agent to help prevent deposit build-up. Good lubrication is essential to contact lens comfort. If your soft contact lenses become dry and uncomfortable, you can lubricate and rewet them with Sensitive Eyes Rewetting Drops to miminize contact lens dryness. Sensitive Eyes Rewetting Drops effectively lubricate, rewet and help prevent film deposit build-up on your soft contact lenses while you wear them. Ideal for rewetting extended wear, frequent replacement or disposable lenses, for clearer, more comfortable lens wear. Also, helps remove particulate matter.
- Soothes eyes while wearing contact lenses
- Gentle, effective, thimerosal-free solution for people with sensitive eyes
A Sterile, Buffered, Isotonic Aqueous Solution That Contains Boric Acid, Sodium Borate and Sodium Chloride, Preserved With Sorbic Acid (0.1%) and Edetate Disodium (0.025%).
During wear, put two or three drops directly onto each lens whenever needed. Blink several times. If the lens still does not feel comfortable, add another drop.
Safety Warning: This item contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
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