VISMED® eye drops are designed to relieve symptoms and signs of dry eye and/or ocular surface damage, due to diseases such as superficial keratitis, Sjögren syndrome or primary dry eye syndrome.
The preservative-free VISMED® GEL formula contains 0.3% hyaluronic acid to lubricate the eyes in case of sensation of dryness, burning, ocular fatigue or other minor complaints, induced, for example, by dust, smoke, air conditioning, extended computer screen use or the wearing of contact lenses.
Twist off the tab. Tilt the head backwards and position the tip of the container above the eye to be treated. Move the lower eyelid down with the forefinger of one hand. Press the container and one drop of VISMED® GEL will easily flow out (see illustrations). If not otherwise recommended, instill 1 or 2 drops of VISMED® GEL onto the eye as often as needed. After blinking, the solution will disperse and form a transparent and long lasting coating on the surface of the eye. VISMED® GEL may also be used while wearing contact lenses (rigid or soft).
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VISMED® products are available in most pharmacies in Switzerland. Alternatively, here is a selection of secure web shops where you can also purchase VISMED®.
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You can also order samples of our VISMED® products*. If you click on the button below, you will be taken directly to the order form.
VISMED® is a solution that can be used every day, as often as needed. It has been clinically proven that applying 1 to 2 drops to the eye will ensure an even distribution of the solution on the ocular surface in a clear and durable film.
VISMED® products can be used safely by people who wear contact lenses (rigid or soft) without any known adverse effects on the lens or eye. VISMED® products may be applied to the eyes while wearing lenses.