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Which product is right for you?

Need fast dry eye relief? Discover the blink® eye care range and find the right product for you

Solutions that work for you

Dry, tired or irritated eyes can occur for a number of different reasons. That’s why finding the right solution should be easy. We have a range of products to suit your needs and help your eyes feel moisturised, refreshed and comfortable.

PROBLEM: Dry-feeling contact lenses and loss of contact lens comfort.

SOLUTION: blink® Contacts moisturises dry feeling contact lenses and uses sodium hyaluronate1-3 to form a moisture cushion1-5 that helps eyes stay refreshed and comfortable.

TOP TIP: When your lenses feel dry, use blink® Contacts eye drops to lubricate your eyes while you wear your lenses, or prior to lens application.

PROBLEM: Mild dry eye symptoms

blink® Intensive provides lubrication and hydration to the surface of the eye, providing long-lasting relief for dry eyes.6

Can be purchased in single-use handy preservative free vials, great for on-the-go relief.7

PROBLEM: Moderate dry eye symptoms.

SOLUTION: blink® Intensive Plus is a moisturising gel that immediately soothes and comforts7, providing extra long-lasting relief for dry eyes.8,9

TOP TIP: Can be used both day and night for extended relief.8,9

PROBLEM: More persistent dry eye symptoms . Dry-feeling, sore, watery or irritated eyes.

SOLUTION: blink® Triple Action combines liposomes, sodium hyaluronate and vitamin E to stabilise the tear film. Formulated to soothe, moisturise and protect dry-feeling, sore or irritated eyes.

TOP TIP: Suitable for use with contact lenses.


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2. Aragona P, Papa V, Micali A, et al. Long Term Treatment with Sodium Hyaluronate - Containing Artificial Tears Reduces Ocular Surface Damage in Patients with Dry Eye.Br. J. Ophthamol. 2002;86(2):181-184.

3. Huth S, Tran D, Skotinsky C, et al. Wavelength-Dependent Optical Interferometry Measurements of Change in Thickness of Apical Corneal Tear Film Following Eye DropInstillation. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2008;49(13):108.

4. Frenette B and L Michaud. Improvement of Contact Lens Comfort with the Use of a Sodium Hyaluronate (SH) Drop on the Lens Before Insertion. Presented at: AmericanAcademy Optometry Annual Meeting. October 22-25, 2011, Abstract 115578, Orlando, FL, USA.

5. Michaud L and B Frenette. Evaluation of Sodium Hyaluronate Lubricating Drops Used Before Insertion of Contact Lenses on Symptomatology, Severity and Intensity ofOcular Dryness . International Scholarly Research Network Ophthalmology 2012 ;2012(762784):1-8. doi: 10.5402/2012/762784.

6. Wasmanski AD and Kislan T. Cross-Over Evaluation of Polyethylene Glycol 400 (PEG-400) 0.4% and 0.25% Artificial Tears in Mild Dry Eye Patients. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis.Sci. 2010,51(13):6263.

7. JJV Data on File 2020. Blink Tears and Blink Gel Tears Lubricating Eye Drops - Consolidated Claims List.

8. Dumbleton K, Woods C, Fonn D. An Investigation of the Efficacy of a Novel Ocular Lubricant. Eye & Contact Lens. 2009;35(3):149-155.

9. Rah MJ. A Review of Hyaluronan and its Ophthalmic Applications. Optometry 2011. 82(1):38-43. doi: 10.1016/j.optm.2010.08.003.