REFRESH TEARS® provides soothing relief for dry, irritated eyes with a formula that resembles your body' own tears. REFRESH TEARS® contains a unique, mild preservative that, when used, ultimately changes into components of natural tears. Use REFRESH TEARS® for long-lasting relief of your dry, irritated eyes as often as needed.

Contains: Active:   carboxymethylcellulose sodium 0.5%. Inactives: boric acid; calcium chloride; magnesium chloride; potassium chloride; purified water; Purite® (stabilized oxychloro complex); and sodium chloride. May also contain sodium hydroxide to adjust pH.

  For the temporary relief of burning, irritation, and discomfort due to dryness of the eye or due to exposure to wind or sun. Also may be used as a protectant against further irritation.

:   To avoid contamination, do not touch tip of the container to any surface. Replace cap after using. If you experience eye pain, changes in vision, continued redness or irritation of the eye, or if the condition worsens or persists for more than 72 hours, discontinue use and consult a doctor. If solution changes color or becomes cloudy, do not use. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.

Directions:   Instill 1 or 2 drops in the affected eye(s) as needed.

Note: Use only if imprinted tape seals on top and bottom flaps are intact and clearly legible.

How Supplied:   REFRESH TEARS® (carboxymethylcellulose sodium) 0.5% Lubricant Eye Drops are supplied in the following sizes:

15-mL bottle - NDC 0023-0798-15.

30-mL bottle - NDC 0023-0798-30.


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