Eye drops are used to lubricate dry eyes and help maintain moisture on the outer surface of the eyes. Eye drops may be used to relieve dry eye symptoms that result from aging, some medical conditions, certain medications, eye surgery, or environmental factors.
Make sure to wash your hands with soap and water.
Look to make sure tip isn’t cracked. Do not touch the tip.
Use your fingertip to form a pocket between your lower eyelid and eyeball.
Squeeze lightly to put one or two drops inside your lower lid. See product directions for how many drops to use.
Gently close your eyes and tilt your head back for a few seconds.
Hold your eyes open when applying eye drops
Don’t let the tip of the bottle touch your eye or any surface
Don’t mix eye drops together