Red eyes. Visine may work. I do not recommend it on a routine basis, but occasional use once every month is fine.
Red eyes. Unfortunately the appropriate drops will be necessary for the specific cause of the red eye, but if you are willing to persist with this condition without treatment that is your choice. The condition could become enough of a problem to require therapy and you will the have to change your thinking.
Red eye. Red eye can be caused by numerous issues. You need to be seen by an eye doctor to ensure proper diagnosis and treatment.
Red eyes treatment. Sometimes there can be an underlying dry eye condition or an inflammation of the eyes lids called blepharitis or meibomian gland dysfunction can cause red eyes. LipifFlow is a procedure that can help treat these causes of red eyes. I developed a surgery called I-BRITE eye whitening that can help remove excessive red blood vessels. You can learn more here: www. WhiterEyes. Com.
Artificial tears. Redness is a sign of irritation. Dry eye is the most common cause, so try over-the-counter artificial tear drops first. If other things, such as allergies are an issue, than you may need to see the doctor. Try to avoid using 'red-out' drops such as visine on a regular basis. Sometimes, blepharitis is the cause, and eyelid scrubbing with dilute baby shampoo can help.
Try OTC drops. You can try over-the-counter allergy drops. If this does not help, see your eye doctor.