Ocunox™ Night Time Dry Eye Relief | 5g

The ointment moisturizes your eyes, stabilizes the tear film and prevents tears from evaporating while you sleep.  Vitamin A makes it different.    Great for those dry eyes caused by CPAP machines.

Ocunox™ eye ointment has been an excellent addition to drop therapy for dry eye patients requiring more coverage at night.  Our Optometrist advisors use Ocunox™ successfully in-clinic for both aqueous and lipid deficiency dry eye patients. 

We use Ocunox™ only as a night time option as it will impaired vision due to its gel consistency.  It helps relieve the overnight burning and tacky sensation of dry or tired eyes. 

Ocunox™ helps the eyelids slide easily over the surface of the cornea and conjunctiva, keeping the eyelids smooth and preventing morning crusting around the eye.

Ocunox™ is non-preserved.  Preservatives can damage the cells of the eye surface, destroy the natural tear film and cause intolerance.    Because they stay long on the surface of the eye, it is particularly important that ointment-like eye preparations do not contain any harmful substances.

See more information in our Dry Eye Guide

Product Details:

  • Improves the tear film and protects the surface of the eye.
  • Is preservative and phosphate free and is usually well tolerated.
  • Enables optimal moisturization overnight.
  • Vitamin A promotes ocular surface balance and health

NOTE - Product will cause blurred vision - only use at bedtime

Contains 250 I.U./g retinol palmitate (vitamin A), paraffin, liquid paraffin, wool fat and white petrolatum.

All prices in CDN$ - No duty or import fees on domestic Canadian orders.

All Current Inventory Expires after: January 31, 2026


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  • Can Ocunox be used after 1 month cataract surgery?

    If cataract surgery was without complications and all prescription medications have been completed (typically 1mth) then non-preserved Ocunox is safe to use for night time

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