Oasis TEARS® MULTIDOSE, which contains a very mild preservative, is available for mild sufferers requiring fewer applications or for patients who have difficulty using the individual vials
Recommended for mild symptoms requiring fewer applications, and for patients who have difficulty using twist-off vials. Contains 10 mL/0.3 fluid ounces in a multiple-dose bottle.
Why Choose Oasis TEARS?
Not all eye drops are the same. Oasis TEARS is a new type of eye drop with a unique formula, optimized to provide long-lasting comfort. Oasis TEARS Lubricant Eye Drops:
- Offer instant relief of dry eye symptoms
- Natural; contain no damaging chemicals
- Give you prolonged comfort with fewer applications required
- Provide moistening and lubrication of the surfaces of your eye
- Eliminate the source of toxic irritation with preservative-free options
Unique Lubricating Formulation
Oasis TEARS Lubricant Eye Drops coat, lubricate, and moisten delicate eye tissue. With each blink of your eye, a special substance in Oasis TEARS combines with the active ingredient, glycerin, to keep tears on the eye surface for a long time. This unique combination coats and recoats the surface of the eye for continued relief of dry, irritated eyes. Use Oasis TEARS to relieve dry eye symptoms, such as:
- Morning dry eyes
- End-of-day dry eyes
- Nighttime dry eyes
- Irritated eyes
- Burning, itching eyes
- Tired eyes
- Discomfort and vision problems related to Computer Vision Syndrome
Oasis TEARS and Oasis TEARS PLUS Are Preservative Free
Nonpreserved artificial tears have an extra advantage over preserved ones. They may be the best choice for patients immediately following eye surgery (such as LASIK), because they are more comfortable to use, due to differences in the thickness and improved compatibility with the eye’s tissues. Preservative-free Oasis TEARS and Oasis TEARS PLUS eliminate the source of toxic irritation caused by preservatives.
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 September, 2011.