Why is it important to choose preservative-free eye drops

Every day, we take in preservatives through food or medicine, meant to prevent them from going bad. However, there is a growing trend to avoid products containing preservatives due to the controversy surrounding their use. This is particularly important in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

Preservative-free eye drops

A preservative is an additive to a medicine that prevents degradation, discoloration or spoilage of the product. The goal is to destroy microorganisms and preserve the effectiveness of the medicine. The preservative should be non-toxic and should not irritate the tissue.

Since the eyes are extremely sensitive, even the smallest concentrations of preservatives in eye drops can cause irritation, inflammation or redness of the eyes. In some cases, long-term use of eye drops with preservatives can lead to development dry eye symptoms. In order to protect the health of the eyes, it is advisable to choose drops that do not contain preservatives.

Preservatives are used to extend the shelf life of products, but at the same time they can be potential irritants. Bacteria are the main cause of contamination and changes in product characteristics. By using a special pump, Vizol S dry eye drops remain protected from bacteria, providing safe long-term use without the possibility of irritation caused by preservatives.

Vizol S dry eye drops are safe to use for six months after opening. These drops are effective in reducing the symptoms of dryness and eye irritation immediately after application. They can significantly help alleviate discomfort and prevent possible consequences, such as superinfections or scarring.

Eye drops for dry eyes

When choosing the right eye drops, it is important to pay attention to three key facts: degree of symptom severity, cause of dry eye and wearing contact lenses.

If you feel burning, itching, discomfort and sand in your eyes, there is a possibility that you have dry eye. Vizol S dry eye drops can help with these disorders, but for an accurate diagnosis, consult an ophthalmologist.

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