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Community Level 5ScotShelle



AdvantagesQuickly relieve tired and dry eyes


"BLINK REVITALISING EYE DROPS I have recently just had laser eye surgery and as part of my aftercare programme I need to use various Blink drops for the next three to six months. Optical Express provide mine free of charge as they are included in the price I paid for my surgery. However you can buy them in store or on the net. They are readily available and can also be found in Asda, Tesco, Super Drug, Waitrose, lensecases.co.uk and various other ..." Read review

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Small and convenient eye drops

AdvantagesMoisturises eyes and small individual vials

DisadvantagesThe lubrication doesn't last all that long before needing to reapply

"...need them and it is Blink revitalising eye drops. The reason that I always have some in the house has nothing to do with them being better than the others and is more to do with the fact that they come in individual vials. Although buying them in individual vials ends up being quite a bit more expensive than buying a 10ml bottle the convenience and handiness of them makes it worth it to me. They cost around £4.50 which gets me a pack of 20 little ..." Read review

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Blink Revitalising Eye Drops - Vials (20*0.5ml)

Blink Revitalising Eye Drops - Vials (20*0.5ml)

Blink Revitalising eye drops soothe and refresh your eyes when applied.

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Postage & Packaging£2.99
Availability1-2 Days

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