Top Pick for a Dry Eye-Eye Drop
For an organ system we use from the moment we rise until the moment we fall asleep, it’s scary to think how most of us ignore our eyes, specifically their health. Spend money on eye makeup? Sure. But let our eyes get red or dry, and many of us will reach for whatever eye drop is around.
Eye drops, however, are made equal: A lot goes into creating an eye drop.
The one we found that succeeds in helping those with dry eye disease is the Systane Lubricant Eye Gel Drops.
When the thin film over the cornea, also called the tear film, becomes dry, the eyes get red and itchy. Without moisture, the eyes can become infected. Prolonged dry eye disease can damage the cornea. The Systane eye drop helps provide long-lasting moisture without constant reapplying, thus helping relieve dry eyes.
The drop is highly rated by customers who buy them at many different places. The drops’ formula includes polyethylene glycol, which can help relieve the burning and irritation caused by dry eye disease while leaving the eye’s surface moist. In short, The texture of the gel is an added bonus, making the drops feel as natural as your own tears.
These drops have received many positive reviews. One user, for instance, said that the drops held up to the advertising; they were highly effective in relieving dry eyes. Another noted its ability to soothe the eyes. Another praised it for its long-lasting ability, while one even recommended using it at night before sleeping to help with the recuperation from post-Lasik dryness. Lastly, many users said the product was a real value for its price.
These reviews across multiple sites, as well as the drops’ 4-and-a-half star rating, make it crystal clear that Systane Lubricant Eye Gel Drops should be our top recommendation for dry eyes.
Article medically reviewed by Yvonne Stolworthy, MSN, RN.
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