Clear Eyes Cooling Redness Relief
Dosage form: liquid
Ingredients: NAPHAZOLINE HYDROCHLORIDE .00012mg in 1mL, GLYCERIN .0025mg in 1mL
Labeler: Prestige Brands Holdings, Inc.
NDC Code: 67172-393
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Naphazoline hydrochloride 0.03%
- For the relief of redness of the eye due to minor eye irritations.
- For the temporary relief of burning and irritation due to dryness of the eye.
- For use as a protectant against further irritation or dryness of the eye.
For external use only.
solution changes color or becomes cloudy.
you have narrow angle glaucoma.
- To avoid contamination, do not touch tip of container to any surface.
- Replace cap after using.
- Overuse may produce increased redness of the eye.
- Pupils may become enlarged temporarily.
- you experience eye pain
- you experience changes in vision
- you experience continued redness or irritation of the eye
- the condition worsens or persists for more than 72 hours
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center (1-800-222-1222) right away.
Instill 1 to 2 drops in the affected eye(s) up to four times daily.
- Store at room temperature.
- Remove contact lenses before using.
- Tamper Evident: Do not use if neckband on bottle is broken or missing.
benzalkonium chloride, boric acid, cyclodextrin, edetate disodium, menthol, purified water, sodium borate
|CLEAR EYES COOLING REDNESS RELIEF
glycerin and naphazoline hydrochloride liquid
|Labeler - Prestige Brands Holdings, Inc. (159655021)|
|Aspen SVP (Pty) Ltd.||538473091||MANUFACTURE|
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