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Why choose REFRESH®?
- Relieves dryness associated with wearing contact lenses
- Won't affect or blur the contact lenses
- Convenience of not having to remove the lenses!
- Contact lens wear can of dry eye
Dry Eye is a condition that occurs when your eyes either produce too few tears or the quality of your tears are poor. This can cause dryness, discomfort and may interfere with vision.
Symptoms of Dry Eye include: burning or stinging, gritty or foreign body sensation, and watery or blurry.
How to use REFRESH® Eye Drops
With your index finger, gently pull your lower eyelid to form a small pocket inside the eyelid.
Do not allow the tip to come into contact with your eye.
This will help the eye drops remain in your eye for a longer period.
Refresh Contacts Eye Drops for contact lens wearers
REFRESH CONTACTS® formula contains a long-lasting lubricant that helps your eyes retain moisture, creating a cushion of comfort and protection.
REFRESH CONTACTS® may be used with soft and rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses. Can be used as often as needed.
For the temporary relief of dryness and irritation associated with contact lens wear.
Carmellose Sodium 5mg per 1mL.
IMPORTANT INFORMATIONContents are sterile if seal is intact. Discard unused contents 1 month after opening.
USAGE ADVICEInstil 1 or 2 drops into each eye as needed or as directed.
STORAGE INSTRUCTIONSStore below 25°C.
Q. Where can I buy Refresh Contact Eye Drops 15ml? A. Refresh Contact Eye Drops 15ml can be bought online on the Live Healthy Online Store.
Q. What's the origin of this item? A. Refresh Contact Eye Drops 15ml is imported out of Australia and manufactured by Refresh.
Q. What's the expiry date for Refresh Contact Eye Drops 15ml? A. At the very least, each product has a use by/expiration date between 12-18 months from the date of purchase. We never sell expired products. The length of time for the expiration date or "best used before" date depends on the type of product, as well as the brand. Some perishable items (such as certain probiotics) generally have shorter expiration dates.