HYLO® GEL | 0.2% Sodium Hyaluronate | 10ml

$51.89 CAD

HYLO® GEL is our clinic's choice for extreme dry eye.  It contains a high level (2mg/mL) of non-preserved, phosphate-free Sodium Hyaluronate.  HYLO® GEL has worked well for ongoing management of our patients with more severe dry eye.  Note that often in advanced dry eye, pulse steroid use is required.  HYLO® GEL is not a steroid but is used in clinic between pulses.

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® GEL 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® GEL forms a regular, stable, long lasting lubricating film on the eye surface. This film is not easily rinsed off.  The drop causes transient blur when instilled. HYLO® GEL provides long-lasting moisture to the surface of the eye to efficaciously support the natural process of healing.

Each bottle has ~300 drops.  I typically 2x/day so that is over 4 months of relief.

All Current Inventory Expires after: February 28, 2026


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  • Where is it made?

    HYLO products are made in Germany to the highest EU standards

  • Is this product the same as HYLO-Forte?

    HYLO-Forte and HYLO Gel are both eye drops used to relieve dry and sore eyes, but they differ in concentration and viscosity. HYLO-Forte contains a higher concentration of sodium hyaluronate (0.2%) compared to HYLO Gel (0.1%). HYLO-Forte is currently not available in Canada.

  • Can you use this if you wear contact lenses. I’m thinking of using it at night only but wondering if the residual film will blur vision in the morning when I put in contacts .

    Great question - because there is no preservatives and the gel itself is not like an ointment... you can use this if you were contact lenses.... just not WITH the contact lenses.  i.e.  night time use is OK
    Dr Morris

    * this is not medical advice.  General information only