Thealoz Duo Dry Eye Drops
Thealoz Duo Dry Eye Drops
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Thealoz Duo Dry Eye Drops

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 Thealoz® Duo dry eye drops are suitable for ALL dry eye sufferers including contact lens wearers, as they combine both long-lasting relief and protection for the surface of the eye.

10ml bottle

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Winner of the “Best Eye Care Product” Award in 2021’s OTC & Retail Pharmacy Product Awards.

100% Preser­v­a­tive-free
Protects - Hydrates - Lubricates - Repairs
Clin­i­cal­ly proven to increase the thick­ness of the tear film which relieves symp­toms of Dry Eye
Contains 0.15% Hyaluron­ic acid – this acts as a tear lubri­cant, pro­vides long-last­ing relief and soothes your symptoms
3% Tre­halose is added to pro­vide pro­tec­tion for the sur­face of the eye
Suit­able for ALL Dry Eye suf­fer­ers, includ­ing con­tact lens wearers
Unique 10ml bottle, the ABAK bottle, for easy application which has more than 300 drops and can be used for up to 3 months after opening
All Dry Eye sufferers including contact lens wearers
Peo­ple who have tried oth­er eye drops, but not found sat­is­fac­tion or comfort
All Symp­toms – From mild-to-severe

How to use

1 drop per eye 4-6 times daily.

Suitable for children, adults and if pregnant or breastfeeding.

Used for

Dry Eye Syndrome is a condition where the surface of the eye becomes inflamed and sore due to a poor relationship between the tear film and the eyelids. This might be because your eyes are not producing enough tears, or that the chemistry of the tear film is out of balance. The most common cause is chronic inflammation of the eyelids.

Symptoms of Dry Eye can range from mild to severe, but may include:

Gritty, sore eyes
Tired eyes
Eyes that appear slightly red most of the time
Watery eyes
Being ‘aware’ of your eyes throughout the day
Blurry vision that comes and goes as you blink
Irritated eyes
Feeling like there is something in your eyes (foreign body sensation)
Eyes that are easily bothered by smoke, wind, air conditioning
Eyes that struggle to wear contact lenses
Find out more about dry eye..