THE POWER OF HYDRATION WITH HP WITH HP-GUAR
Systane® ULTRA HYDRATION Lubricant Eye Drops Preservative Free have a proprietary dual polymer formula of HP‑GUAR and HA, which adheres to the muco‑aqueous layer of the tear film as well as the cells of the epithelium.1 This unique chemistry acts as a bandage, creating a moisture layer that provides 2x increased hydration and protection against dryness compared to HA alone.1*
IMPROVED SYMPTOM RELIEF FOR CATARACT PATIENTS
Systane® ULTRA with HP-Guar is clinically shown to provide dry eye symptom relief for post-operative cataract patients.4**
- Contains: Sodium hyaluronate (HA), polyethylene glycol 400 (PEG 400), propylene glycol (PG), hydroxypropyl guar (HP GUAR), sorbitol, aminomethyl propanol, boric acid, sodium borate, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, purified water, hydrochloric acid and/or sodium hydroxide to adjust pH.
- Preservative-Free. Phosphate-Free.
Format: 10mL multi-dose bottle with dual chambers
*In vitro study.
**The formulations of Systane® HYDRATION and Systane® ULTRA are similar, with Systane® HYDRATION containing an additional excipient (HA).
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