Friday, 9 September 2011

Review: Murine Bright and Moist Eye Drops

Hello all!

I was sent a bottle of Murine Bright and Moist Eye Drops around three or so weeks ago for review purposes. I have been using them off and on since then (as they are not intended for daily use and once opened you must discard them after 28 days, so do bear this in mind when you purchase them). I feel like this is enough time to give a fair review on them.

What Murine says: "MURINE Bright & Moist Eyes is formulated with a brightener to give super-white, bright eyes and two moisturisers helping to refresh and soothe - one of the few products on the market to meet both needs in one. Another USP is that the product comes in a liquid gel which helps the drops to stay in the eye for longer."

I do suffer with tired eyes that can sometimes feel fairly dry, so I was very interested to give this product a try and I would consider repurchasing them. A 15ml bottle costs £4.07 and you can get it from Boots here in the UK (sorry non-UK readers!). On days when my eyes have felt sore or tired, these drops have been good to have around as they instantly soothe. Obviously, they can cause temporary blurred vision and if applied when wearing make up, it could cause that to smudge. I tend to use them in the morning, before make up, and in the evening, before bed. You can use 1-2 drops up to four times a day, but you should not use them every day without a break, as previously stated. The solution did not sting my eyes, which are sensitive, but soothed them and certainly made my red veins look less noticeable (I have naturally very veiny/bloodshot eyes). So, all in all, I would recommend these to anyone that suffers with tired, veiny eyes or if you just want something that will make tired eyes feel more moist. I feel it is important to state that after using these for just over three weeks, there has been no noticeable difference to my eyesight, for better OR worse.

Thanks for reading!
Nicole x

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