Boots Sterile Saline Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Contact Lenses
Description:Boots / 360 ml.
Newest Review: ... fork out a bit more to ensure I was getting one of the best products available. Boots' own brand products have always been ... more
Customer Boots Sterile Saline Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/08/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Most high street supermarkets and pharmacy shops now stock their own brand of many products, and saline solution is no exception. generally speaking, the specialist companies such as Bausch & Lomb or ReNu make superior products, but you also end up paying through the nose for the product, and it works out at around 3p per 1ml of product. Own brand products such as this one from Boots works out at around 1p per 1ml, a much better deal when you consider that a standard bottle is around the 360ml mark. Price difference is important, but it's the value for money that's the important element, so is saving a small chunk of money worth it when it comes to looking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/11 (Very useful, 207 readings)
==Boots Sterile Saline== Going through stages of wearing monthly disposables or daily disposables means that I seen to have such a collection of contact lens related items and having a clear out I came across this bottle of Sterile Saline from Boots which is now out of date and needs to be thrown away. This solution is of course only available from Boots but it is in most of their stores and doesn't cost too much. At £3.63 pence for a very large bottle of 360 ml you seem to really get your monies worth when buying this product. The main reason I purchased this was for my monthly disposable lenses which need cleaning off regularly and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/10 (Very useful, 394 readings)
Recently, after changing to Specsavers as the provider of my contact lenses, I have been having a lot of problems. Nothing to do with Specsavers at all, but to do with both their solution (which didn't agree with my eyes) and a new type of lens. On my last check up in Specsavers, my eyes were stinging and smarting after putting in my contact lenses in the morning, and they were still like that when I got to Specsavers. The optometrist in Specsavers, who was very efficient, came to the same conclusion that I did, that my eyes did not like the solution that they had provided, and she also told me that my eyes were quite dry. One thing that she recommended ... Read the complete review
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