We’re so excited to bring you the MURINE® Eye Mist review.
Dry eyes are a common problem for many individuals, and when you’re suffering from dry, tired or itchy eyes you want nothing more than to make them feel comfortable again, but sometimes people aren’t confident using eye drops, or they want something suitable to use with make-up and/or contact lenses, that’s why we can’t wait to bring you the MURINE® Eye Mist review.
MURINE® Eye Mist is a mist that’s sprayed onto closed eye lids for the relief of tired and dry eyes. It is suitable for use with contact lenses and makeup. Simply pop it in your handbag and you’re covered wherever you go.
For the MURINE® Eye Mist review we’re sending MoM Members who are eligible the MURINE® Eye Mist to try for themselves, before coming back to this page to share their thoughts and opinions on the product.
More about the product
MURINE® Eye Mist is a preservative-free eye spray that gently moisturises and refreshes dry and tired eyes caused by air conditioned or windy environments, extended computer work, ageing, wearing contact lenses, long distance travel and medication.
MURINE® Eye Mist applies liposomes particles onto the closed eyelids that work to refresh and maintain the natural moisture in and around the eye. It’s as easy as 1, 2 and spray … that’s it.
Benefits of the MURINE® Eye Mist
Soothes tired and dry eyes.
Suitable for use with contact lenses and waterproof makeup.
How to use MURINE® Eye Mist
1. Hold spray 10 cm away from the eye.
2. Close eyes and spray directly onto each eyelid 1 to 2 times.
3. Keep eyes closed for 4 to 5 seconds (this allows the liposome particles to spread onto the surface of the eyes).
4. Use the product 3 or 4 times a day. Product can be used until the expiry date.
Where can I purchase MURINE® Eye Mist
MURINE® Eye Mist is available in selected pharmacies nationally, and Coles stores.
More about the MURINE® Eye Mist review
MoM Members who were eligible have now been selected to partake in the MURINE® Eye Mist review check back into this page to read their thoughts and opinions.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
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Published 29th October 2020