Moisol Eye Drop (Hpmc Drop)
US$ 4 – US$ 22
Buy Hpmc Eye Drop Online, which is Eye Care medication, and it contains Hpmc Drop. Moisol Eye Drop is used as a lubrication agent for treating dry and irritated eyes. Its substitute is HPMC eye drop that is also known as ‘artificial tears’.
5 ml in a bottle
12-18 Working Days
Buy HPMC Eye Drop Online, which is used & prescribed by an ophthalmologist for lubrication, or artificial tears used to give relief to dry eyes. It happens when your eyes are unable to make enough tears to keep you lubricated. HPMC Eye Drop helps to soothe the irritation & burning seen in dry eyes by maintaining the proper amount of lubrication in the eyes.
How to Use Moisol Eye Drop?
Take the exact number of drops as advised by your ophthalmologist. Wait for at least 5-10 minutes before delivering any other medication in the same eye to avoid dilution. Take Moisol Eye Drop daily at a fixed time as it increases the efficiency of the drug. If you have a missed dose of HPMC Eye Drop, then apply it as soon as possible, or if it is time for the next dose, then skip this one. Don’t start or stop this medication on your consult your doctor before doing that.
Side Effects of HPMC Eye Drop:
Moisol Eye Drop may have some side effects when administered to the eyes. The side effects are as follows: -Blurred vision, Decrease/loss of vision, Eye pain, Excessive tearing of the eye, and Redness in and around the eyes.
How does Moisol Eye Drop work?
Moisol Eye Drop contains a lubricating agent, such as carboxymethylcellulose sodium, which helps to moisten and lubricate the surface of the eyes. It forms a protective layer over the eyes, reducing friction and helping to retain moisture, thereby relieving dryness and discomfort.
Can I use Moisol Eye Drop if I have an eye infection or injury?
No, Moisol Eye Drop should not be used if you have an eye infection or injury, as it is not intended to treat these conditions. If you have any concerns about your eye health or if your symptoms persist or worsen, it is recommended to consult an eye care professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.