SANTEN Sante Well Wash Eye Drops Made in Japan. Various foreign substances (pollen, yellow dust, PM2.5, eyelashes, dust, house dust, sand, insects, etc.) enter the eyes. Foreign objects that get into your eyes can cause eye problems, so it is important to remove them immediately. The eye drop type “Well Wash Eye” is easy to carry around and easy to use, so you can wash away foreign substances anywhere. Preservative (benzalkonium chloride, paraben) free ・Property similar to tears for a soothing feeling -Can be cleaned with the naked eye or with contact lenses in place (Excluding colored contact lenses) Dispensing pharmacies on demand for prescriptions for store owners who handle 10mL capacity.
Dosage / Administration: wash your eyes by applying 4 to 6 drops at a time, 3 to 6 times daily. For details on how to use it, see the figure to the right. If administered to a child, the product must be administered under the direction and observation of the child’s guardian. Do not let the tip of the bottle touch your eyes, eyelids or eyelashes (doing so could cause the solution to become contaminated with eye mucus or bacteria). Do not use the product if it does become contaminated. Use only as an eye wash. If using this product together with medicated eye drops, use the eye wash first. Do not use the product while wearing colored contact lenses. If the feeling of foreign matter in your eyes does not improve even after using this product, or if you feel any abnormality at all when wearing contact lenses, remove your contact lenses and see an ophthalmologist immediately. If using contact lenses, follow the precautions for their use. Indication Washing eyes (including while wearing hard or soft contact lenses), prevention of eye disease, after swimming, when dust or sweat enters the eyes.
How to use: prepare a clean tissue or towel in advance to wipe up overflowing liquid. With a clean hand, pull on your lower eyelid and put in 4 to 6 drops at a time to wash out your eye. When doing so, be careful not to let the tip of the bottle touch your eyelids, eyelashes, or eye.