Vitamin Premium Eye Fatigue Care Eye Drops for Seniors - 13 ml
What are Vitamin Premium Fatigue Care Eye Drops for Seniors?
Vitamin Premium Fatigue Care Eye Drops for Seniors provide the optimal blend of metabolism-boosting components like panthenol, taurine, and vitamin B6. These advanced eye drops are designed to effectively combat eye fatigue associated with aging.
Panthenol, vitamin B6, and taurine work in synergy to revitalize your metabolism and alleviate eye fatigue. In addition, sodium chondroitin sulfate takes care of your corneal surface, replenishing vital tear fluid components to reduce eye fatigue. Neostigmine methyl sulfate restores your perspective accommodation, further enhancing relief from eye fatigue. Plus, dipotassium glycyrrhizinate delivers an anti-inflammatory effect, effectively curbing itching and congestion. Chlorpheniramine maleate steps in to block histamine and combat eye itching. These eye drops also help replenish essential tear fluid components, making them an excellent choice for relieving dryness-induced eye fatigue. Vitamin Premium Fatigue Care Eye Drops also contain sesame oil, peppermint oil, and eucalyptus oil, offering a moisturizing, refreshing, and delightful sensation.
With a free-angle nozzle, applying these eye drops is easy, anytime and anywhere. The one-touch screw cap is designed with ease of use in mind, making it effortlessly accessible for elderly patients. To open, simply click once to the left, and to close, a single click to the right does the trick.
- sodium chondroitin sulfate,
- vitamin B6,
- neostigmine methyl sulfate,
- dipotassium glycyrrhizinate,
- chlorpheniramine maleate,
- sesame oil, peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil,
- aminocaproic acid, boric acid,
- l-menthol, dl-camphor, geraniol.
Amount: 13 ml
Maker: Rohto Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan
- Blurred vision (such as when there is a lot of mucus in the eyes),
- Eye fatigue,
- Conjunctival hyperemia,
- Itchy eyes,
- Eye disease prevention (when dust or sweat gets into your eyes after swimming, etc.),
- Blepharitis (eyelid sores),
- Ophthalmia caused by ultraviolet rays or other light rays (snow blindness, etc.),
- Discomfort when wearing hard contact lenses.
How to use
Use 1-3 drops at a time, 5-6 times a day.
Contraindications: do not use while wearing soft contact lenses or color contact lenses. Do not use for patients with glaucoma or severe eye pain.
This medicine can be used while wearing hard contact lenses.
If the symptoms haven't improved within 2 weeks of use, stop using the medicine and consult with your doctor.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.