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Malouf Manly Pharmacy

15 The Corso, NSW 2095



Are your eyes sensitive to light, do your eyes fell gritty, do you experience painful or sore eyes, blurred or poor vision? Are your eyes red, watery, tired, itchy or irritated? Do you have gooey eye?

Dry eye syndrome occurs when there aren't enough tears on the front of the eyes. Symptoms include itching, irritation and grittiness. People with dry eyes find it difficult to wear contact lenses. There is no cure, but the symptoms can be minimised. Treatment options include eye drops, gels or ointments, otherwise known as artificial tears.

Tears lubricate the eye and stop the surface from drying out. A thin film of tears is swept over the eye surface every time you blink. A watery layer of tears is topped with an even thinner coat of lipids (fatty compounds) that help to preserve the film. To maintain eye comfort and health, the tear film needs to remain intact between blinks.

A person suffering from dry eye syndrome does not have enough of the right kind of tears to keep the eye comfortable. This can happen if they do not produce enough tears to keep the eye surface moist, or if for some reason the tears do not stay on the eyes long enough. Over time, the resulting dryness can damage the surface of the eyeball.

Dry eye can afflict anyone of any age, but is more common as we get older because we produce a smaller volume of tears. Some medications can trigger dry eye, as can some general health conditions. Dry eye is particularly common in postmenopausal women and people with arthritis.

People with dry eyes typically find it difficult to wear contact lenses. Dry eye sufferers may also have more problems in environments such as air-conditioned offices or supermarkets.

There is no cure for dry eye, but its symptoms can be alleviated.

Malouf Manly Pharmacy has a wide product range for the treatment of dry eye. Call in-store and discuss your options. Malouf Manly Pharmacy recommends that you consult your local optometrist for regular eye tests.

Malouf Manly Pharmacy has an extensive range of eye care products to support better eye health and to treat various eye conditions and symptoms. We stock a diverse range of Contact Lens Solutions, Eye drops, Eye Gels, Eye Washes to treat a range of eye conditions such as Conjunctivitis, Allergy, Redness, Dry Eye, Tired Eye and various Eye Infections as well as highly recommended Eye Care Supplements to assist and maintain better eye health.

We also stock an extensive stylish range of magnification reading glasses and Sunglasses at very competitive prices. We are a proud stockist of the Venti20 range of reading glasses and Cancer Council Sunglasses.

We always recommend that you book an appointment with your Optometrist, Optician or Ophthalmologist to assess your general eye health or serious eye concerns.

Available at Malouf Manly Pharmacy at these discounted price until 30 June 2020. * conditions apply