User Reviews for Oasis Tears
Oasis Tears has an average rating of 3.3 out of 10 from a total of 8 ratings on Drugs.com. 20% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 70% reported a negative experience.
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Reviews for Oasis Tears
For Dry Eye Disease "For me and my doctor oasis tears are the best in the market, however they are extremely expensive. The vials are a disaster, they are difficult to close and you lose a lot of product which at the price they sell, it is too much this is the reason I would not recommend them There are many products in the market who can do similar job don’t waste your money as I did"
For Dry Eye Disease "3rd day of Oasis PF tears for dry eye. Dr gave me 2 packages of samples. 10 vials. 3rd day of using and no relief. Luckily I did not buy this. $25 is lot of money for product that not working and making me hurt more. I been using Oasis on left eye and another brand on right eye. Cheaper other brand has improved my right dry eye. Oasis nothing."
"After using these eye drop twice daily my vision would be blurred. I didn't think anything of it, the blurriness would last for a few minutes and eventually pass. After using the eye drops for about a month now, my blurred vision has increased lasting for hours. My eyes are red, sensitive to light and often feels as if something is in my eyes. I have currently discontinued the use of these eye drops and hopefully my eyes will self correct and they are not permanently damaged. The side effects of these drops are worst than the initial symptoms I started out with."
For Dry Eye Disease "I only bought this ridiculous product, because my doctor instructed me to use the drops prior to an eye surgery. Just about everything about Oasis is a bad deal. First of all, they are clearly overpriced. 30 little vials for almost $30. You would think that one would be enough to last one day. NOPE! Inside each tiny container, there are only a few drops. When you twist off the top, some of the product oozes out due to the internal pressure. Then when you put the cap back on, more will squeeze out if you don't do it right. Why can't they just package there artificial tears like every other normal company. I can buy Clear Eyes from Walmart for about 2 dollars and the product is 100 times better. My recommendation: DO NOT BUY THIS RUBBISH!"
For Dry Eye Disease "My wife had extremely severe dry eyes and the doctor told her to take these plus Xiidra drops. After using for several weeks, she is doing much better. The doctor then diagnosed me with less severe dry eyes and told me to use them too. I have noticed much improvement and no side effects. To use properly, point the top up, flick the vial to put the air at the top, then twist off the top. This prevents leaks and spills. It is expensive but most good eye drops are. These are preservative free so come in small vials for sanitation reasons, so I am fine with it as the cost of keeping germs out of our eyes."
For Eye Redness "The drops worked okay but I started to notice joint pain in my hands and legs. My legs have an almost a restless legs feeling. I stopped the drops for a few days and everything went away. Started the drops again yesterday and woke up right back with the pains and tingling. I'm supposed to use the drops 4x a day. I have no clue why the drops would cause these affects but wanted to share in case someone else might have the same problem."
"I have been using it for a month and my eyes are a mess. I just thought maybe I had really bad allergies all of a sudden and that my eyesight was starting to go bad due to age. Then on top of the watering and blurriness, my eyes started burning and I finally put two and two together. I will stop using it immediately and hopefully there is no permanent damage."
For Dry Eye Disease "I have used Oasis drops for only 1 week and my eye lids are swollen and painful as if I have a stye on my upper lid. I've stopped using them and hope this painful situation resolves quickly and that I don't need to see a physician. This product should be pulled off the market."
For Dry Eye Disease "Oasis tears are good doctors consider it the best, however it is a rip off, the vials are a disaster you open and you lose some the drop in your eye takes time and you may miss your eye then they are difficult to close. Finally it becomes so expensive that is not worth it. Don’t buy them there are similar products that are cheaper and they do the same job. They are very difficult to use"
For Dry Eye Disease "This is a rip off scam that eye doctor get a big cut from. The doctor says you need them and I think they are covered by insurance and I get to the check out counter and they tell me how great they are and insurance doesn't cover them and they are $95.00. What a scam. Don't fall for this, it should be illegal. Shame on the doctors for pushing this stuff."
For Dry Eye Disease "Horrible vial. You have to squeeze so hard to get the drop to finally fall. Then you miss and waste. I've had to use about 6 different drops in the last year and this vial is by far the worst design. It causes you to waste these expensive drops."
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