Blink® Triple Care Lubricating Eye Drops
Blink® Triple Care Lubricating Eye Drops
TREAT YOUR PATIENTS' MODERATE-TO-SEVERE DRY EYE SYMPTOMS
The first and only over-the-counter dry eye drop to combine polyethylene glycol with both hyaluronate and a nano-emulsion lipid10, 11, addressing both evaporative and aqueous-deficient dry eye12.
Blink® Triple Care is powered by our Dual-Action Moisture Seal Technology9.
Here’s how these inactive ingredients work within the formulation:
- Hyaluronic Acid binds moisture and helps boost hydration3-5
- Lipid Nano-Emulsion helps protect against tear evaporation and locks in moisture5-8
The result is 3-in-1 extended relief1-8 for your patients:
- Instantly Soothes1-8
- Extra Long-lasting Hydration1-8
- Locks in Moisture5-8
INDICATIONS AND IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR BLINK® TRIPLE CARE LUBRICATING EYE DROPS
Direction: Blink® Tears, Blink GelTears® and Blink® Triple Care Drops are for the temporary relief of burning, irritation, and discomfort due to dryness of the eye or exposure to wind or sun. Drops may be used as a protectant against further irritation. Patients should stop use and contact their eye care practitioner if they experience eye pain, changes in vision, continued redness, or irritation of the eye, or if the condition worsens or persists for more than 72 hours.
- For external use only.
- To avoid contamination, do not touch tip of container to any surface. Replace cap after using.
- Do not use if product changes color.
STOP USE AND ASK A DOCTOR IF:
- You experience eye pain, changes in vision, continued redness or irritation of the eye, or if the condition worsens or persists for more than 72 hours.
Keep out of the reach of children.
- If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Shake well before use. Instill 1 or 2 drops in the affected eye(s) as needed or as directed by your eye care professional.
Boric Acid; Castor Oil; PEG 40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil; Potassium Chloride; Purified Water; Sodium Borate; Sodium Chloride; Sodium Chlorite (OcuPure® brand) as a preservative; Sodium Hyaluronate.
Use only if tape seals on top and bottom flaps are intact.
Store at 32°– 86°F.
DRUG FACTS FOR BLINK® TRIPLE CARE LUBRICATING DROPS
Active Ingredient . . . . . . .Polyethylene Glycol 400 0.25%
Purpose. . . . . . . Eye lubricant
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9. JJV Data on File 2020. Blink Triple Care Lubricating Eye Drops - Consolidated, Approved Claims List.
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12. 2012. Lemp, Miachael A. Distribution of Aqueous-Deficient and Evaporative Dry Eye in a Clinic-Based Patient Cohort: A Retrospective Study.