Product Type: Potters in Contact Lenses
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The solution to itchy, hayfeverish eyes - they really work!
Potters Allerclear Eye Drops
Member Name: rosaliecullen
Potters Allerclear Eye Drops
Advantages: they work
After suffering from desperate hayfever year upon year and spending more and more time through the summer months snivvling into a tissue and mopping up my running, red, blearey eyes, I was desperate to try anything to help me out. I had been prescribed eyedrops from the Doctor's, several types in fact but none of them seemed to help at all. Having read an article in a Sunday paper free magazine which suggested Potter' AllerClear eye drops (a herbal alternative), I decided absolutely anything was worth a shot even if it sounded a little bit hippy at the time.
You get 10 in each pack, they are individual plastic 'sachets' (difficult to explain, see the photo). You twist off the top and drop them into the eye. I like that they are individual as it reduces the chance of bacteria build up in the dropper. One 'sachet' is more than enough for both eyes. The best positive however is THEY ACTUALLY WORK! My eyes really start to calm down immediately, I try to keep my itchy fingers away from my eyes too, but the Allerclear eyedrops really soothe the itching and make the burn go away. The herbal remedy within them is called 'eyebright'. They are also suitable for contact lens wearers and pregnant/breastfeeding ladies (according to the website).
I can truthfully say that there is not one negative about these eyedrops, they actually truly work and soothe the eyes. I have recommended them to many hayfever sufferers and they found the same, these eyedrops are truly a gift from the hayfever-hating Gods! (Can't say the same for the Allerclear nasal spray though - review forthcoming). They are quite expensive, around 50p per individual sachet but to be perfectly honest if you suffer from itchy eyes as badly as I do, it is worth every penny.
==Where to purchase==
You can purchase these eyedrops in Boots or Tesco. Boot's often do offers where you can buy 3 packs for the price of 2, which means you get 30 sachets for £10 making them slightly cheaper. This is where I usually buy them from.
Don't delay! If you suffer from hayfeverish eyes, try some of these, I'm positive you won't regret it.
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