Blink Contacts Lubricating Eye Drops are designed specifically for use by contact lens wearers. They provide all-natural relief from irritation by simply inserting a drop and blinking your eyes. Systane Lubricant Eye Drops helps ease the symptoms of dry eye associated with contact lens wear.
Similarly, what kind of eye drops to use with contacts?
Eye Drops and Contact Lenses. Not all eye drops are created equal, and if you wear contacts, it’s important to know which are safe for your lenses and which are not. Most over-the-counter eye drops are divided into three categories: drops for dry eye, drops for redness, and drops for contact lens re-wetting.
What eye drops are good for irritated eyes?
Eye drops for treating itchy eyes
over-the-counter drops, cosmetic purposes only: Visine, Clear Eyes, Refresh Redness.
over-the-counter drops, decongestants only: Visine LR.
over-the-counter drops, decongestants and antihistamines: Opcon-A, Naphcon-A, Visine-A.
prescription eye drops with antihistamines: Lastacaft.
How many times can you use artificial tears?
You can overuse them. The bottled products, which have preservatives, can be safely used up to 4-6 times a day. If you need to use drops more than that, you’re usually better off using the individual, preservative free artificial tears. They can safely be used up to, say, ten times a day.