Vidisic 0.2% w/w Eye Gel


Your eyes will normally produce just enough natural tears to allow them to move easily and comfortably. If your eyes do not produce enough tears they can become dry, red and painful. Vidisic 0.2% w/w Eye Gel keeps the surface of the eye lubricated when production of tears is less than normal, and has a refreshing, cooling action. The carbomer in this gel holds moisture and releases this onto the surface of the eye to help relieve the feeling of dryness.

How to Use
This gel can be used by children, adults and the elderly.
The usual dose is to apply 1 drop in the corner of the eye, nearest the nose, 3 to 5 times each day or as required to give enough lubrication.
  • Wash your hands before using your gel
  • Sit down in front of a mirror so that you can see what you are doing
  • Wipe your eyes to clear any residual wateriness or discharge
  • Unscrew the cap from the tube and check the nozzle is clean
  • Hold the tube in an upright position with the nozzle pointing down. This allows a small drop to form, which falls easily from the tip of the nozzle.
  • Pull your lower eyelid gently down, and then carefully place one drop inside the lower eyelid
  • Take care not to touch the nozzle tip with your eye or fingers
  • Release the lower eyelid, and blink a few times to make sure the eye is covered by the gel
  • Repeat the procedure for your other eye


The active ingredient is: carbomer 0.2% w/w. Each 1g of gel contains 2mg of carbomer.


  • Do not use this gel if you have been told, or know, that you are allergic (hypersensitive) to any of the ingredients
  • Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription.
  • If you are pregnant or breast-feeding ask your doctor or pharmacist before using Vidisic. They will decide if Vidisic is suitable for you to use.
  • All eye drops can cause a short term blurring of vision when first used so you should wait until your eyes are clear before driving or using machines
  • Cetrimide which is used as a preservative. When used over a long period of time, cetrimide may cause eye irritation such as redness, burning or a feeling that there is something in your eye.

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