Home Tester Club card. Refresh digital eye drops bottle, box and info sheet.

Refresh Digital Eye Drops

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I was recently selected to test a bottle of Refresh eye drops thanks to Home Tester Club. I’ve used Refresh drops in the past but this one seems to be new.

The product

Refresh Digital Lubricant eye drops are stated to help soothe tired eyes. Since many of us use digital devices throughout the day our eyes may dry out or just feel tired.

The box states it may help relieve dryness, burning, irritation, and discomfort. The drops have HydroCell. According to the box, the drops are NaCl free (Sodium chloride) and glycerine free.

I was sent a sample bottle but it wroks well. You can apply one to two drops in your eyes as needed.

Home Tester Club card. Refresh digital eye drops bottle, box and info sheet.
Home Tester Club card. Refresh digital eye drops bottle, box, and info sheet.

Note* If you are a contact lens user you may want to double-check to see if this product is okay to use with your lenses.

Product info/Ingredients list (Source Walmart product page)

Safety Warnings: For external use only. To avoid contamination, do not touch tip of container to any surface. Replace cap after using. If solution changes color, do not use. Stop use and ask a doctor if you experience eye pain, changes in vision, continued redness or irritation of the eye, or if the condition worsens or persists for more than 72 hours. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away. Other Information: Use only if tape seals on top and bottom flaps are intact. Use before expiration date marked on container. Discard 90 days after opening. Store at 59°-86°F (15°-30°C). Uses For the temporary relief of burning and irritation due to dryness of the eye. ■ For the temporary relief of discomfort due to minor irritations of the eye or exposure to wind or sun. ■ For use as a protectant against further irritation or to relieve dryness of the eye. ■ For use as a lubricant to prevent further irritation or to relieve dryness of the eye. Directions Instill 1 or 2 drops in the affected eye(s) as needed. Active Ingredients Carboxymethylcellulose sodium 0.5%, Glycerin 1%, and Polysorbate 80 0.5%. Purpose: Eye lubricants. Inactive Ingredients Boric acid; carbomer copolymer type A; castor oil; erythritol; levocarnitine; purified water; and PURITE® (stabilized oxychloro complex).

User experience

So far I liked the Refresh drop. I didn’t have any irritation or a burning sensation when I used it. I did like that you can use the drops as needed. I felt it helped hydrate my eyes quickly.

I liked that it was fact acting. I didn’t feel my eyes dried out too quickly. It soothed my dry eyes. Overall it did what it was supposed to.

I felt that they drops wore off after a few hours. Again this may vary by your environment along with your digital use.

Since I was sent a sample bottle I felt like one use every few hours helped. Sometimes I may use them once a day. Again everyone’s results will vary.

Final thoughts

I can say that Refresh Digital Lubricant eye drops worked well. I didn’t have any adverse reactions. I liked that the drops were fast-acting. My dry and irritated eyes were soothed quickly. I also didn’t have any adverse reactions.

The drops did what they stated they would. The drops can be found at a few retailers.

I found them at Amazon for around $14 USD. The drops are also sold in single use vials as well.

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