What is the difference between Refresh and refresh Optive?
Allergan announced the launch of Refresh Optive Advanced Preservative-Free Lubricant Eye Drops. Featuring the same advanced formula that works on all three layers of the tear film to relieve dry-eye symptoms as Refresh Optive Advanced, the new product does so without the use of a preservative.
How often can you use Refresh Optive eye drops?
Usually, drops may be used as often as needed. Ointments are usually used 1 to 2 times daily as needed. If using an ointment once a day, it may be best to use it at bedtime.
Can you use Refresh eye drops daily?
Usually, drops may be used as often as needed. Ointments are usually used 1 to 2 times daily as needed. If using an ointment once a day, it may be best to use it at bedtime. To apply eye ointment/drops/gels: Wash hands first.
Does Refresh eye drops have any side effects?
Many people using this medication do not have serious side effects. Tell your doctor right away if any of these unlikely but serious side effects occur: eye pain, change in vision, continued eye redness/irritation. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare.
What is refresh optive ® advanced?
This lipid-enhanced lubricant eye drop is clinically shown to relieve dry, burning, irritated eyes through an advanced, triple-action formula. REFRESH OPTIVE ® ADVANCED supports all three layers of your tear film to:
What is refresh optive® lubricant eye drops?
REFRESH OPTIVE ® Lubricant Eye Drops contains not just one, but two active ingredients that help relieve mild symptoms of eye dryness including burning, irritation, and discomfort. Its dual-action formula works fast by delivering soothing moisture that lubricates and hydrates.
Can I use refresh optive ® after LASIK?
And, since REFRESH OPTIVE ® is preservative-free, it is gentle enough for sensitive eyes and can be used after LASIK or other eye surgeries. Follow your eye doctor’s instructions if you are using REFRESH OPTIVE ® Preservative-Free after an eye surgery (e.g., LASIK) to relieve dryness and discomfort.