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Dry eye is a condition in which your eyes do not get enough moisture from your tears or not enough tears are produced. People who have dry eyes feel uncomfortable, often complaining of having a sandy or gritty feeling in their eyes. Dry eye is a common and often chronic problem that many people have. Some of the current options available in treating dry eyes include eye drops, eye ointments, and surgery.

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  • Artificial Tears Lubricating Eye Drops, (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 0.5 Oz
  • $3.29

  • Redness Relief and Lubricating Eye Drops, (Visine), 0.5 oz.
  • $5.66

  • Sterile Lubricating Eye Drops, (TheraTears), 0.5 oz
  • $9.88

  • Sterile Lubricating Eye Ointment, (Refresh), 3.5 grams
  • $13.29

  • Lubricating Eye Drops (Refresh Tears), 2 x 0.5 oz.
  • $15.55

  • Systane Preservative-Free Lubricant Eye Drops, 28 vials
  • $13.23

  • Dry Eye Relief Eye Drops (Similasan), 0.33 oz.
  • $7.83

  • Advanced Relief Eye Drops (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 0.5 oz
  • $2.99

  • Sterile Lubricating Eye Drops, (Systane), 0.5 oz
  • $12.18

  • Systane Ultra Lubricant Eye Drops, 0.33 oz.
  • $12.18

  • Redness Relief and Lubricating Eye Drops, (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 0.5 Oz.
  • $2.99

  • Lubricating Eye Drops, (Refresh Plus), 30 Single-Use Containers
  • $11.21

  • Systane Lubricant Gel Eye Drops, 0.33 oz.
  • $12.60

  • Systane Nighttime Lubricant Eye Ointment, 3.5 grams
  • $10.77

  • Systane Soothing Drops for Contact Lens Wearers, 12 mL
  • $10.49

  • Lubricating Liquid Gel Eye Drops, (Refresh Liquigel), 2 x 0.5 oz
  • $15.55

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