Tear Eye Drop (Carboxymethylcellulose)

(1 customer review)

US$ 6US$ 35

Buy Tear eye drop online, which is Eye Care medication, and it contains Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium. Tear Eye Drop is used for treating irritation and burning sensation caused by dry eyes. Doctors may also suggest Tear Eye Drop to treat different types of eye problems as well. It is an eye lubricant.

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Active Ingredient



Dosage Form

Eye Drop



10 ml in a bottle

Delivery Time

12-18 Working Days

SKU: RM2797 Category:


Buy Tear eye drop online, which is one of the most proven eye lubricants that is used & prescribed for the treatment of dry eyes. It is a situation in which eyes are not having enough tear to keep the eyes lubricated. Carboxymethylcellulose provides proper relief from irritation & burning by maintaining adequate lubrication in the eyes.

How to Use Tear Eye Drop?

Use these Carboxymethylcellulose Eye Drops when necessary. Use the number of drops that are recommended by your doctor. One should wait for at least 15 minutes before applying any other medication to your eyes. If you wear contact lenses, then eliminate them before applying Carboxymethylcellulose Eye Drops. It is advised to use them back after 15 minutes of administration. Wash your hand with soap before applying eye drops. Don’t touch the dropper from the end infection may increase. Take Tear Eye Drop as long as your doctor advises you to do.

Side Effects of Carboxymethylcellulose Eye Drop:

Blurred Vision, Eye irritation, Stinging in the eyes.

Other Available Substitutes:

Just Tears 0.5% Eye Drop


Are tear eye drops safe? 

Tear eye drops are generally safe when used as directed by a healthcare provider or according to the product packaging. However, they may cause side effects in some people. It is important to talk to your doctor before using tear eye drops to determine if they are safe for you.

 Can I use Carboxymethylcellulose Eye Drop if I wear contact lenses? 

Some tear eye drops are safe to use with contact lenses, while others may damage or discolor the lenses. It is important to talk to your eye doctor or read the product packaging to determine if the tear eye drops you are using are safe for use with contact lenses.

 Can I use tear eye drops if I have allergies?

Tear eye drops may provide relief for dry, itchy eyes caused by allergies. However, it is important to talk to your healthcare provider to determine if tear eye drops are safe and appropriate for your specific condition.

1 review for Tear Eye Drop (Carboxymethylcellulose)

5.0 Rating
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  1. Any drops I placed in my sights give moment transitory alleviation yet revive in addition to and invigorate celluvisc appear to then leave my eyes feeling, not looking, to some degree clingy.

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