If you occasionally have dry eyes and are looking for something reliable, you could try REFRESH PLUS lubricating eye drops. They come in preservative-free single-use vials. I fly a lot and always carry a couple of vials with me.
BUT, if you're having constant dry eyes, you should see your opthamologist to rule out anything serious. 40 days ago
Definitely be tested for "Dry Eye Syndrome" first. After my Opthamologist tested my eyes for dry eye syndrome he recommended I use "Natural Tears". I use them several times a day every day and have for years. Recently I was advised I could also use a special eye lubricant for overnight but it can make the eye temporarily blurry so be careful. 41 days ago
Similasan is a great OTC brand, but I believe there's a bit of mercury in it (unless they changed it). It was the only thing I could use that worked for me back when mine were super dry. It's at most grocery stores, pharmacies, and Target.
Chris there are several different eye drops for dry eyes but some can make the condition worse. I suggest speaking to your pharmacist or better yet an eye doctor. For your own safety the eyes are too precious. 43 days ago