HYLO® | 0.1% Sodium Hyaluronate | 10ml
An exceptionally effective drop for typical 'dry eye' symptoms and also contact lens dryness issues in our clinic has been HYLO® is 1mg/mL non-preserved, phosphate-free Sodium Hyaluronate.
In our region, HYLO is the brand recommended by local refractive surgery centers for post-surgery care.
When we started to use the HYLO® line in-office, I was unsure about the bottle design. It is a plunger style bottle that you squeeze from the end. This has turned out to be a fantastic feature for those of us that have trouble putting drops in our eyes! The long tip and squirt of drop makes sure that half of the drops are not running down your cheek!
HYLO® eye drops contain the sodium salt of hyaluronic acid, a substance found naturally in the eye and other parts of the body. Due to its special physical property, HYLO® forms a regular, stable, long lasting lubricating film on the eye surface. This film is not easily rinsed off and does not cause blurred vision. HYLO® provides long-lasting moisture to the surface of the eye to efficaciously support the natural process of healing.
HYLO® is recommended for rewetting contact lenses to minimize dryness. HYLO® is compatible with hard and soft contact lenses and can be used while wearing contact lenses.
Each bottle has ~300 drops. I typically 2x/day so that is over 4 months of relief. Bottle can be used for six (6) months after opening.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
I am using right now Restasis deops twice a day. Why my eye doctor is telling me to change it to your product?
Thanks for the question but this is a medical question best addressed by your eye care professional. Restasis and HYLO approach dry eye issues in a completely different ways. Your eye doctor would be the best resource to help you decide which is most appropriate. I can say that in our clinic, HYLO and HYLO Gel is often used concurrently with Restasis for severe dry eye issues.
I am currently using Hylo-Forte 0,2% sodium hyaluronate. I see that you have in stock the 0,1% concentration. Why don't you have the 0,2% concentration in sodium hyaluronate?
We do! It is called HYLO gel….