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Avoid whitening drop: There are many artificial tears available over the counter, and they are all good. If you use them more than 4x/day, stick to a preservative-free variety. However, you should avoid "whitening" drops as they can become addicting, leading to rebound redness when they wear off, and result in more frequent use and toxicity. ...Read more
I have moderate dry eyes. Is systane ultra a good choice? Does the acid in the drops affects the eye? does it has whitening for eyes?
Good for dry eyes: Sustained ultra 3 to 4 a day should help. A fish oil supplement is also helpful . You may also require restasis in the future. It would be helpful to see an ophthalmologist and let him/her do a dry eye analysis. You should have your tear osmolarity measured. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does teeth whitening solution remove tooth enamel? I want to know why my eye teeth look bad. Used trays and strips.
What is the best serum or cream for the dark circle under eye and what is the important ingredients that help to reduce or whitening the eye??
There is no "best": As that's why you'll see possibly >100 different creams that claim to improve under eye issues, as in darkness, puffiness, etc. Remember much of these issues are age and genetic related. You also want to make sure you avoid smoking, too much alcohol, sleep deprivation, too much stress, to much salt in your diet and sleeping stomach side down. But consider a cream with "retinol" in it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lubricate!: You can try lubricating the eyes with artificial tears one drop 3-4 times a day and taking oral omega 3's like evoa dry eye supplements to stimulate more and better tear production. This will work if they are red due to dryness. Some people just do not have as white as eyes as others. There is nothing you can do to change this that I am aware of. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Find the cause: First see an eye md to see if you have a treatable cause of redness. For occasional redness you can you over the counter vasoconstrictors with or without anti-histamine but remember maximum use should be once or twice daily. Any more use will cause a rebound vasculitis with red eyes that are hard to treat. ...Read more
Yes, but not easily : Most products sold for this have a medicine in them that constricts the blood vessels on the surface of the eye. This makes them look white for a short time but then can end up making the problem worse. The best bet is to use an artificial tear if the eyes are dry or irritated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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