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Naphazoline/glycerin/zinc - non Rx

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Clear Eyes Allergy Relief eye drops are used to relieve symptoms of eye allergies, such as itching, redness and watery eyes. Clear Eyes Allergy Relief eye drops contain naphazoline hydrochloride, zinc sulfate, and glycerin as active ingredients.

Naphazoline hydrochloride, a decongestant, works by narrowing the swollen blood vessels in the eyes to reduce eye redness caused by allergies. Zinc sulfate helps alleviate the symptoms of allergies due to its antimicrobial and astringent properties. Glycerin is used for its lubricating and moisturizing properties to help soothe and relieve dryness and irritation of the eyes.

The combination of these three ingredients in Clear Eyes Allergy Relief eye drops is indicated to provide temporary relief of eye allergy symptoms such as itching, redness, and watery eyes.

Use and Dosage

Using Clear Eyes drops too long or too often may worsen your symptoms and cause damage to the blood vessels in your eyes. To use Clear Eyes drops, follow these steps:

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water.
  2. Remove the cap from the bottle of Clear Eyes drops.
  3. Tilt your head back slightly and pull down your lower eyelid to create a small pouch.
  4. Hold the bottle with the other hand and place the tip of the bottle close to your eye but be careful not to touch your eye with the dropper.
  5. Squeeze one or two drops into the pouch of your lower eyelid. Avoid blinking or squeezing your eyes tightly shut.
  6. Close your eye gently and keep it closed for a few seconds to allow the drops to spread across the surface of your eye.
  7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 for your other eye if needed.
  8. Recap the bottle tightly.

Use Clear Eyes drops only as directed, and to not use them more often than recommended by your doctor or the package instructions. Additionally, if you wear contact lenses, remove them before applying the drops and wait at least 10-15 minutes before reinserting them to avoid any potential interactions.

Side Effects

Common Side Effects of Clear Eyes Allergy (Naphazoline/Glycerin/Zinc - non-Rx):

  • Blurred vision
  • Dizziness
  • Mild burning or stinging of the eye
  • Mild headache
  • Nervousness
  • Watery eyes

Serious Side Effects of Clear Eyes Allergy (Naphazoline/Glycerin/Zinc - non-Rx):

  • Anxiety
  • Buzzing in your ears
  • Changes in your vision
  • Chest pain, fast or uneven heart rate or
  • Confusion
  • Eye pain
  • Feeling short of breath
  • Ongoing or worsening eye redness
  • Severe headache

Forms and Strength

Clear Eyes Allergy (Naphazoline/Glycerin/Zinc - non-Rx) is available in the following forms and strength:

Clear Eyes Allergy: Eye drop

  • 0.012/0.2/0.25%


  • Do not use Clear Eyes Allergy if you have narrow-angle glaucoma or are sensitive to any of the ingredients.
  • Prolonged use of can Clear Eyes Allergy cause rebound redness and other side effects.
  • Do not use Clear Eyes Allergy with contact lenses.
  • Clear Eyes Allergy can interact with other medications, especially prescription medications.
  • Children, pregnant women, and nursing mothers should consult with a doctor before using this medication.
  • Clear Eyes Allergy Eye drops can cause changes in vision, such as blurred vision or difficulty focusing.
  • Use the medication as directed and do not exceed the recommended dose.
  • If symptoms do not improve or worsen after a few days, stop using Clear Eyes Allergy Eye drop and consult with a healthcare professional.
  • Store the medication out of reach of children and in a cool, dry place.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How many times a day can you use allergy eye drops?

Use this medication in the affected eye(s) up to 4 times a day as needed or as directed by your doctor.

How long do allergy eye drops last?

Antihistamine eyedrops can quickly ease your symptoms. But relief may only last for a few hours. It can also cause your eyes to be drier. You may need to use the drops several times a day.

What happens if you use allergy eye drops too much?

Overusing these eye drops could cause a rebound effect, where the blood vessels constrict so much, and so little oxygen and nutrients reach your eyes that your body overcompensates and dilates the vessels even more.


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