Scope Healthcare Hycosan EXTRA Eye Drops
New Hycosan Extra contains 0.2% Hyaluronic Acid and is suitable for more severe cases of dry eye. Hycosan Extra is preservative free and can be used with all contact lenses. Still presented in the unique patented delivery system, Hycosan Extra is the latest edition to the Hycosan range of products.Supplied in a 7.5ml bottle.
- Preservative Free
- No of "Usable Drops": 225
- Equates to: Greater than 5 weeks (based on 1 drop to both eyes, 3 times per day)
- Can be used with all forms of contact lenses
- Indications: Injured Cornea due to severe Dry Eye / Post Lasik & Lasek / Recurrent Erosion
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Product SKU: ss2000.02
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Ordered for our Pug, extremely happy!
Our pug (as is common with pugs) has a tendency to get sore eyes, in Sweden I was advised by my vet to use eye drops with Hyaluronic Acid, problem is the ones we were using were 4 times more expensive than these Scope Healthcare Hycosan EXTRA Eye Drops and because it was split into small pipettes you end up losing a lot of the drops. Found this type, ordered, arrived very quickly and the way the drops are dispensed is brilliant, can easily put a single drop into our Pug's eyes two times a day with no waste or fuss, will easily last 6 months or so and will cost us a vast amount less.
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