Useful tips on Japanese eye drops
General tips on using Japanese Eye Drops for everyday care.
Japan is known for its innovative technologies in the field of medicine and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The Japanese work very hard and this creates an extremely heavy burden on their eyes, provoking eye fatigue, eye redness and creating many potential problems in everyday life. To overcome and undo the adverse effects of the eye fatigue in Japan, Japanese use eye drops, which they can get almost anywhere. Eyedrops from Japan have been used for a long time and are widely sold in pharmacies and drug stores throughout the country freely and without a prescription. At the same time, Japanese eye drops have proven certified medical effects, pass all the necessary clinical tests and are certified drugs for eyes of the second category (Japanese classification)
Who may need Japanese Eye Drops?
If you are tired of working with computer, if you have a nape ache or stiff shoulders, if during the daytime or in the morning you or your loved ones suffer from eye redness or enlarged blood vessels in eyes - we suggest that you to pay attention to Japanese eye drops. They are convenient in storage, they can be carried anywhere. Eye drops from Japan do not require pipettes or special appliances. It is enough to apply it on your eyes periodically (2-6 times a day, a minimal interval of 2 hours required) when symptoms of fatigue, strain or eye redness appear. You are recommended to use Japanese eye drops in the following cases:
in case you suffer from inflamated eye sympthom
in case you have eye redness
if your eyes feel tires
if you use you eyes for work or study actively
if you suffer from eye fatigue or eye strain or dryness
How to choose right Japanese Eye Drops?
The choice of Japanese eye drops is very wide. The most popular product in Japan is, perhaps, the Roto V11 eye drops (beware of fakes! Make sure you order from Japan directly!), complex drops containing all the vitamins and components necessary to moisturize eyes. It is the best seller, which has been popular in Japan and the world for more than 10 years.
Recently, medical drops are gaining new popularity – there are quite expensive drops for the eyes, in the development and medical tests of which Japanese companies have invested millions of dollars. Medical 12 and Medical Gard are the most expensive goods in this category. Clinical trials and practical applications in medical institutes and clinics have proved the effectiveness of these Japanese eye drops not only for daily use, but also for the therapeutic purposes of ophthalmologists.
Other best sellers include refreshing drops, drops from eye allergies, as well as special eye drops for contact lenses. And another popular product in Japan today is special Japanese drops for the eyes to work with the computer.
What are most effective Japanese Eye Drops for children?
Children need their own special Japanese drops for gentle eyes with reduced dosage and less aggressive components, adapted for children's organisms. The most popular drops are children's eye drops Kodomo and Nisamitsu, made in Japan. These eye dpors are manufactured especially for children, which means these eye drops:
concern child health in general
concern child physiology
will not harm children eyes in any way
are hypoallergenic and will not cause any kind of inflamation.
will still show good effect and protect child's eyes.
How to store and use Japanese Eye Drops?
We recommend to store unopened drops in a dry and cool place, protect from light. Light can change the composition of Japanese eye drops, so you need protection from the sun. Keeping them warm or leaving them in the car in the summer is dangerous because high temperature can deform the packaging of drops and cause problems. Use the Japanese eye drops when necessary, when symptoms occur, or at certain time intervals.
Try to keep the intervals not less than 2 hours between applying them, usually Japanese eye drops can be used up to 6 times a day. Also, be sure to read the instruction on how to use drops before starting to use them, as additional specific instructions for certain products are possible.
Vials are advised to be stored in special fabric or plastic cover usually sold together with drops, in a specially designed cover that protects the plastic bottle from damage and also prevents the eye drops from possible exposure to sunlight.
What you should pay attention when using Japanese Eye Drops?
Please note, the first time you use Japanese eye drops you can feel slight pain in eyes, this IS normal. This indicates an excessive dryness of the mucous membrane of the eye and a lack of nutrients on it. With the regular use of Japanese eye drops in prescribed intervals, these symptoms pass quickly. There is nothing dangerous in them - this is the standard reaction of the weakened eye membrane.
Do not give your bottle to other people! Never. Follow the rules of personal hygiene when using Japanese eye drops. The tip of the bottle can come in contact with the mucous membrane and transfer into your eye microorganisms and infection of another person. Do not give your Japanese eye drops to other people.
Pay special attention when using children's Japanese eye drops. The child should have his own, individual bottle of Japanese drops for the eyes. Do not give children an adult drop before age 15 - this can adversely affect the child's vision. Do not use children Japanese eye drops for yourself. Please pay attention to precautions and contraindications on product page.