Eye care & services

Discover our health services & products

From advanced eye tests to lenses tailored to you. We've got you covered.


Blurred vision

When an image loses some of its sharpness and definition


The clouding of the lens inside your eye


An inflammation of the film that covers part of the eye and under the eyelid

Dry eye

Involves a sensation of having dry eyes

Flashes & floaters

Arcs of light, sparkling lights or flashing that effects your vision


A condition in which the optic nerve becomes damaged

Itchy eyes

If you have itchy eyes, help identify the cause

Long & short-sightedness

Know the difference between the two eye conditions

Macular degeneration

Trouble with seeing fine details both close-up and at a distance

Red eyes

Generally a sign of a minor eye condition


Your eye is shaped more like a rugby ball than a football


Do you have to stretch your arm out to read?


Eye health & coronavirus

Wondering whether your eye health is affected by coronavirus?

Eye health at home

Top tips from our optometrists to help you avoid eye strain & dry eyes

How to help look after your eyes

If your eyesight is letting you down, you have plenty of options

Laser eye surgery

Thinking about laser eye surgery, it’s time for a little laser eye surgery 101

NHS eye care

You could be eligible for a free NHS eye test or glasses discount

Eye drops

They aren't just for dry or itchy eyes, they can treat various eye complaints

Eye Health & Services

Eye health is extremely important to us here at Boots. We have created a one stop shop which contains advice on various eye conditions and eye concerns. Whether you are suffering from conjunctivitis, glaucoma, astigmatism, you will find all the information and solutions on our website to take care of your eyes.

To keep your eyes in the best shape possible, we recommend regular eye tests to identify early signs of medical conditions. Booking an appointment for an eye check is simple, either call us on 0345 125 3752* or book online. If you want to add an extra dimension to your eye test, opt of an OCT scan to see what’s going on under the surface of your eye and its worth checking if you are eligible for a free NHS eye test.