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Is lumify safe for contacts?

You can use LUMIFY up to 4x per day. As with other OTC redness relievers, you should stop use and ask a doctor if you experience eye pain, changes in vision, redness or irritation that worsens or lasts more than 72 hours (3 days).

Is it OK to use Lumify daily? You can use LUMIFY up to 4x per day. As with other OTC redness relievers, you should stop use and ask a doctor if you experience eye pain, changes in vision, redness or irritation that worsens or lasts more than 72 hours (3 days).

Are eye-whitening drops actually safe? Eye-whitening drops are generally considered safe. Doctors say using them too much might hide a condition that needs treatment, like pinkeye or a corneal ulcer. Yellow in the whites of your eyes could be a sign of liver disease.

Are your contact lenses safe? Contact lenses are very safe. Still, wearing contact lenses can damage your eyes if you wear them too long, fail to clean them properly or do not replace them as directed by your eye doctor.

Does Lumify cause rebound redness?

Does Lumify cause rebound redness? Essentially, Lumify is similar to Visine in that it relieves redness and whitens the eyes, says Amy Lin, MD, associate professor in ophthalmology at the University of Utah Moran Eye Center. But it’s different in that it doesn’t lead to the rebound redness some people get when they stop using the typical drops, she says.

Are eye-whitening drops actually safe? Eye-whitening drops are generally considered safe. Doctors say using them too much might hide a condition that needs treatment, like pinkeye or a corneal ulcer. Yellow in the whites of your eyes could be a sign of liver disease.

Can you use Lumify with contacts? Yes! You can use Lumify if you wear contacts. You will just need to put Lumify in first, wait at least 10 minutes and then you can put your contacts in like normal! It should not be used while a contact lens is in place.

Is Lumify safe for glaucoma? Lumify is, in fact, a much lower concentration of a long-standing glaucoma medication called Alphagan, which is available by prescription. It decreases pressure on the optic nerve by constricting blood vessels. “The dose that’s used for glaucoma is four to eight times what Lumify is, so it’s a safe drug,” says Dr. Lin.