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SKU# 199-C

LYCEE Eye Drops

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Rohto Lycee Eye Drop

Rohto Lycee α is an eye drop that contains ingredients that are good for girls!!!

This eye drop contains corneal treatment ingredient (Chondroitin sulfate Natrium), moisture ingredient (HEC), and it can be used smoothly any where any time becasue the nozzle is designed 'free angle nozzle'!!!

This Lycee eye drop can be used to all types of contact lenses, and it can temorarily relieves discomfort due to minor irritations of the eye or exposure to wind or sun.
In addition, this eye drop works as a protection against further irritation or to relieve dryness of the eye!

The eye drop does not have any coloring agent, the pink color liquid is due to the Vitamin B12 contained in this eye drop!

Made in Japan

How To Use

How to use:

Put 1 or 2 drops in the affected eyes up to 6 times daily.

* For external use only.
* Ask a doctor before use if you have narrow angle glaucoma.
* Remove contact lenses before using.

- Do not touch tip of container to any surface to avoid contamination.
- Replace cap ater each use.
- Overuse may cause more eye redness.
- Pupils may become enlarged temporarily
- Remove contact lenses before using.

Not eatable, and drinkable
Discontinue using if itching, redness, or sensitivity occurs.
The product should be handled with clean hands.
Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature, and high humidity, and keep out of the reach of children.


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Location: san carlos, California
redness reduce 8.5.16
it really relieves the redness in my eyes

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
不错 7.16.14

Location: TORONTO, Ontario
好用 4.14.14
用完红血丝有减少 而且有隐形眼镜专用款 用起来很安心 包装很可爱


Location: Champaign, Illinois
不错 2.4.14
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