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Avitears Lubricating Eye Drops | Avitears

04:29 EDT 27th August 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Polysorbate 80, 1%

Lubricant

Store at 20 to 25° C (68 to 77° F)

Controlled USP Room Temperature

Citric acid, edetate disodium, WFI water, sodium chloride and the antioxidants: mannitol, pyruvate, retinyl palmitate and sodium citrate.

Avitears

Lubrication Eye Drops

0.33 FL.OZ

(10mL)

Maximum Strength for Dry Eyes

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Sterile

Avitears

Lubrication Eye Drops

.33 FL.OZ

(10mL)

No Preservatives

Antioxidant Based

Maximum Strength for Dry Eyes

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Avitears

Lubrication Eye Drops

0.5 FL.OZ

(15mL)

Maximum Strength for Dry Eyes

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Sterile

Avitears

Lubrication Eye Drops

.5 FL.OZ

(15mL)

No Preservatives

Antioxidant Based

Maximum Strength for Dry Eyes

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Manufacturer

Pinnacle Science, LLc

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