Kids Pink Eye Relief
Natural active ingredients for temporary relief of pink eye symptoms.
Comfort without the harsh chemicals
When your little one gets pink eye, give them gentle relief with Kids Pink Eye Relief. Similasan eye drops stimulate your body's natural ability to temporarily relieve symptoms without potentially irritating ingredients. Many other eye drops have vasoconstrictors that may actually worsen the symptoms of bloodshot eyes if used more than directed. With Similasan you can feel good about helping your family feel better without the use of harsh chemicals.
Similasan natural eye drops soothe and provide temporary relief of the following symptoms:
- Watery discharge
- Sensation of Grittiness
Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.
Trusted for 40 years in Switzerland
Trusted by pharmacists and families in Switzerland for 40 years, Similasan is a leading Swiss brand of remedies that use natural active ingredients instead of harsh chemicals to keep families healthy. Our state of the art facility located near the Swiss Alps makes over 190 popular remedies for children and adults: cough and cold, eye care, ear care, nasal allergies and more.
Q: How often should I use the eye drops?
A: The recommended dose is 2-3 drops per eye as needed. Continue use until symptoms diminish. Similasan eye drops can then be used as often as needed.
Q: Can I still use the product after 30 days?
A: Similasan eye drops use a mild preservative that guarantees the product will be free of contaminants for 30 days after opening. If the product has not been contaminated, you may continue to use it until the bottle is finished. For instructions to check if your product is contaminated, please see our main FAQ page.
Q: Can I use Similasan eye drops with my contacts?
A: Similasan has formally tested its eye drops for compatibility with contacts. Because of the natural active ingredients there is nothing in the product that will damage the lens. The drops will not harm your contact lenses, however if you have pink eye symptoms, it is best to avoid lenses for a while until symptoms subside.
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