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Eye Drops #2 Allergy Eyes 0.33 oz by Similasan

$11.99

Eye Drops #2 Allergy Eyes 0.33 oz

We all want our eyes to feel better during allergy season, but many allergy sufferers are concerned about the chemicals found in allergy eye drops. Traditional over-the-counter allergy drops use chemicals such as vasoconstrictors to mask symptoms. Vasoconstrictors may actually worsen the symptoms if used more than directed (usually 4 times a day maximum). Similasan of Switzerland works differently, by using natural botanical extracts used for over 200 years to stimulate the body's natural defenses and target the root cause, so you can feel better without harsh chemicals. Go ahead, use as often as needed.

No harsh vasoconstrictors or antihistamines
Available in preservative free single-use droppers
No known side effects
Gluten & dairy free


Directions: According to homeopathic principles, the active ingredients in this product temporarily relieve minor eye allergy symptoms such as:

itching
burning
excessive watering
redness of eyes and lids

Active Ingredients: Purpose
Apis 6X: burning, itching, stinging
Euphrasia officinalis (Eyebright) 6X: redness, swelling, watering
Sabadilla 6X: watering, redness of lids

Inactive Ingredients:
Borate buffer, Purified water, Silver sulfate (as preservative), Sodium nitrate

Warnings: For external use only.
According to homeopathic principles, symptoms may temporarily worsen before improving (Initial exacerbation of symptoms).
Replace cap tightly after every use.
To avoid contamination, do not touch the tip of the container to any surface.
To avoid contamination use within 30 days of opening. Expiration date only refers to unopened bottle.
Contact wearers: consult a physician prior to using.
For your protection do not use if tamper evident seal around neck of bottle is missing or broken.

If pregnant, trying to get pregnant or breast feeding, ask a health professional before use.

Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Controll Center right away.