TheraTears Contact Lens Comfort Drops provide soothing relief from dryness and irritation associated with daily wear and extended wear, soft and RGP (rigid gas permeable) contact lenses. Many people have stinging and burning when inserting contacts and wearing contact lenses. Put TheraTears Contact Lens Comfort Drops on your lenses prior to insertion and in your eye during contact lens wear and feel the difference.
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Contents: Theratears Brand Contact Lens Comfort Drops Contains Carmellose Sodium In Purified Water As A Lubricant. It Is A Sterile, Hypotonic, Borate Buffered Solution Containing The Following Essential Electrolytes Found In Natural Tears: Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate, Calcium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, and Sodium Phosphate, The Gentle Patented Preservative System Consists of Sodium Perborate Stabilized With Phosphonic Acid. This Solution Contains No Chlorhexidine, No Thimerosal and No Other Mercury-Containing Ingredients, and It Contains No Detergents.
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