|Type of Eyedrops||Allopathic|
|Bottle Size||20 ml, 5 ml, 30 ml|
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Lubricating eye drops, also known as artificial tears, can provide relief for short-term dry eyes, when the cause is related to temporary circumstances such as computer eye strain, being outdoors in windy and sunny conditions, and tiredness.
It's best to avoid decongestant eye drops for dry eye. You'll recognize a decongestant eye drop because it's typically advertised as relief for red eyes.
Decongestant eye drops, or whitening eye drops, contain vasoconstrictors which eliminate red eyes by shrinking the tiny blood vessels on the white part of your eyes (sclera), making them less visible.
While decongestant eye drops are effective at getting rid of redness, be mindful that they can mask a potentially serious underlying problem. It's always best to first consult with your eye doctor to identify the cause of your red eyes.
Decongestant eye drops can cause dryness and irritation, dilated pupils and other adverse effects if they are used too often.
Also, your eyes can develop a tolerance to the eye-whitening effect of these drops, and even greater redness (called rebound hyperemia) can occur when the effect of the drops wears off, forcing you to use them more and more.