Similasan Pink Eye Relief is a chemical-free solution that may assist with the temporary symptomatic relief from minor symptoms of viral and environmental conjunctivitis, such as inflammation and redness of the white of the eyes and inner eyelids which may be excessively sensitive to air and touch. It may also help with relief from watery discharge and sensation of grittinesss.
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Each 1 ml contains: Atropa belladonna D6 0,303 ml;
Euphrasia officinalis 3c D6 0,303 ml;
Hepar sulfuris D12 0,303 ml
Indications: Similasan Pink Eye Relief may assist with the temporary symptomatic relief from minor symptoms of viral and environmental conjunctivitis, such as inflammation and redness of the white of the eyes and inner eyelids which may be excessively sensitive to air and touch. It may also help with relief from watery discharge and sensation of grittinesss.
Recommended use: Adults and children over 2 years:
One (1) to two (2) drops in the eye(s) as needed throughout the day and/or night.
Advise users to consult their health care practitioner if symptoms do not improve within 24 hours.
Q: How often should I use the eye drops?
A: The recommended dose is 1 to 2 drops per eye as needed. Continue use until symptoms diminish. Similasan eye drops can then be used as often as needed. If symptoms continue for more than 72 hours or worsen, please stop use and ask a doctor.
Q: Can I still use the product after 30 days?
A: Similasan eye drops use a mild preservative that guarantees the product will be free of contaminants for 30 days after opening. If bottle has been open for more than 30 days, please discard it. Please do not use the product if past the expiration date noted on the bottle and the carton.
Q: Can I use Similasan eye drops with my contacts?
A: *Similasan has formally tested its eye drops for compatibility with contacts. Because of the natural active ingredients there is nothing in the product that will damage the lens. The drops will not harm your contact lenses, however if you have pink eye symptoms, it is best to avoid lenses for a while until symptoms subside.
Contraindications: Hypersensitivity (allergy) to any of the ingredients.
Warnings and special precautions:
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Category D: Health supplement
This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or intended use.
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