What is the preservative in Visine (not the one for contacts)?

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31 Jul 2009

You need to be more specific as there is more than one visine product on the market. The ingredients should be on the bottle and if you can't read your bottle you could look at a bottle next time you were in a pharmacy. Typically they use Benzalkonium Chloride, Disodium Edatate and Boric Acid.

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