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Naphazoline Eye Drops

Naphazoline + Chlorpheniramine + Methylcellulose + Phenylephrine + Menthol + Boric Acid

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Naphazoline Eye Drops are a combination medication used to treat allergic eye disease. It provides relief from red, itchy, watery eyes. It also reduces the redness and inflammation of the eyes.

Naphazoline Eye Drops give rapid relief from symptoms of allergic eye disease such as redness, swelling, itching, and watering of the eyes. It also helps soothe the eyes and reduces burning sensation. Naphazoline Eye Drops adds moisture to your eyes and keeps them lubricated. This reduces dryness and discomfort.

You can use Naphazoline Eye Drops twice a day or as prescribed by the doctor. If you see no improvement even after a week, consult your doctor. Apart from using eye drops, it is advisable to wash your eyes with lukewarm water to reduce discomfort.

Check the different Naphazoline Eye Drops we carry with the different compositions: Mezol® Eye Drops,  Ocurest® Sterile Eye Drops, Ocurest® AH Eye Drops, Neph-M® Eye Drops.

Size: 10ml / 0.34fl.oz
Brand name: Naphcon A
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What is Naphazoline Eye Drops | Naphcon A Generic?

Naphazoline Eye Drops is a medicine used in the treatment of allergic diseases of the eye. It relieves irritation, redness, and swelling of the eye and provides temporary relief from burning, discomfort, and other related symptoms. The Naphazoline eyedrops solution is a concoction of compounds with potent anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties in addition to lubricating activity.

Always wash your hands before using Naphazoline Eye Drops. Use only the number of drops that your doctor has prescribed. If you wear soft contact lenses, remove them before using the drops and wait for at least 15 minutes before putting them back in. If you’re also using other eye medicines, wait for at least 10 minutes before using them. Read the leaflet that comes with the medicine for a full guide on how to use the drops and get the most benefit. Don’t touch the tip of the dropper or bottle. This may lead to infection. You should use this medicine regularly to get the most benefit and its best done at the same time(s) each day. If you want to stop using it, consult your doctor first.

The most common side effects include burning sensations and stinging in the eyes. If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor. They may be able to tell you ways of reducing or preventing some side effects or suggest another treatment. Ask your doctor whether it’s safe to take this medicine if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Before taking it, you should tell your doctor if you have any kidney or liver diseases so that your doctor can prescribe a suitable dose for you.

Naphazoline eyedrop is an efficient solution against eye redness and swelling. The combination of medications contained in this topical treatment has both anti-inflammatory and anti-edema properties. Hence, naphazoline eye drops are used to clear red eyes and reduce periorbital swelling.

The active ingredient is Naphazoline, a catecholamine-like compound that acts rapidly to constrict congested blood vessels. The other compounds have a potent anti-inflammatory effect. Topical application of Naphazoline eyedrops reduces irritation, redness, swelling, and itching of the eyes.

The multiple therapeutically active molecules have a rapid action onset. The combination act rapidly to soothe the eyes and reduce discomfort.

Uses of Naphazoline Sterile Eye Drops

Red-eye is a common complaint. All the tissues in the face have a rich blood supply, and they’re sensitive. Thus, damage to these tissues (particularly the eyes) will result in hyperemia and inflammation. People may experience red eye as a fleeting episode or as a chronic condition. The causes for inflamed eyes are numerous and range from minor damage to serious diseases:

  • Eye allergies are common: The triggers are the same airborne allergens that cause sneezing and a stuffing nose. allergens are ordinarily harmless substances. Nevertheless, the immune system mistakes these substances as toxins or damaging molecules. Allergens cause eye itchiness, watery eyes, and congested eyelids.
  • Air pollutants and irritants: dust, fumes, dry air, and smoke are harmful environmental substances. The eyes are sensitive external organs prone to damage by these substances. Even excessive UV light exposure can cause red eyes.
  • Viral and bacterial infections: occurs when microbes invade the outermost eye layers. The most common site of ocular contamination is the conjunctiva, known as the pink eye, followed by the cornea and the eyelids. Pink eye is a contagious disease that spreads rapidly among children and daycare workers. Eye infections require medical assistance because they can cause complications if left untreated.

Mechanisms of activity

Despite the numerous causes behind red-eye, the mechanisms that cause this appearance is the same. The body defends its tissues from injury by mounting an efficient inflammatory response. Inflammation causes the blood vessels to dilate and become leaky. The enlarged, congested vessels give the tissues the red hue.

The conjunctiva is the outermost layer that covers the front surface of the eyeballs and the inner surface of the eyelids. The conjunctiva has the richest vascular supply, and hence when it is inflamed, it loses its transparency and becomes red.

Naphazoline is a hormone-like molecule. It has catecholamines properties. By binding into the alpha receptors, it causes constriction of the blood vessels. With blood vessels narrowing, fluids and inflammatory molecules are drained out of the eyes.

In addition to its decongestant effect, naphazoline eye drops contain potent anti-inflammatory substances. Chlorpheniramine is an anti-allergic molecule that opposes the effects of histamine, a mediator that causes itchiness and watery eyes.

Boric acid and methylcellulose have antiseptic properties and help wash foreign objects from the eyes’ surface.

Menthol is a lubricating agent that hydrates and protects the eyes from dryness and dehydration.

How Mezol® Eye Drops work

Mezol® Eye Drops is a combination of three medicines: Naphazoline, Chlorpheniramine, and Methylcellulose. Naphazoline is a decongestant that narrows the blood vessels in the eye, thereby reducing redness and inflammation (swelling). Chlorpheniramine is an antiallergic that blocks the action of certain chemical messengers that are responsible for red, itchy, teary eyes. Methylcellulose is a lubricant similar to natural tears. It provides temporary relief from burning and discomfort due to dryness in the eye.

How Ocurest® Sterile Eye Drops work

Ocurest® Sterile Eye Drops is a combination of two medicines: Naphazoline and Phenylephrine which relieve eye itching/discomfort caused by seasonal allergies. Naphazoline is a sympathomimetic-alpha 1 medicine that also narrows the blood vessels in the eye, thereby reducing redness and swelling. Phenylephrine is a decongestant that tightens the blood vessels in the eye. This decreases the production of fluid in the eye and increases its drainage.

How Ocurest® AH Eye Drops work

Ocurest® AH Eye Drops is a combination of four medicines: Phenylephrine, Naphazoline, Chlorpheniramine Maleate, and Menthol which relieve eye itching/discomfort caused by allergies. Phenylephrine and Naphazoline are decongestants. They work by narrowing blood vessels of the eye to relieve inflammation (redness and swelling). Chlorpheniramine Maleate is an antiallergic that blocks the action of certain chemical messengers responsible for red, itchy, teary eyes. Menthol is an organic compound that produces a cold sensation and relieves eye irritation.

How Neph-M® Eye Drops work

Neph-M® Eye Drops is a combination of four medicines. Naphazoline is a decongestant that works by narrowing the blood vessels in the eye. Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose is a lubricant. It works similar to natural tears and provides temporary relief from burning, also moistens the eyes. Chlorpheniramine Maleate is an antiallergic. It blocks the chemical messenger which causes itching and other allergic symptoms. Boric Acid has antibiotic properties that kill infection-causing microorganisms. It also relieves eye irritation. In this way, it treats allergic eye disease.

Additional Information


Mezol® Eye Drops

  • Naphazoline (0.1% w/v)
  • Chlorpheniramine Maleate (0.01% w/v)
  • Methylcellulose (0.2% w/v)

Ocurest® Sterile Eye Drops

  • Naphazoline (0.05% w/v)
  • Phenylephrine (0.12% w/v)

Ocurest® AH Eye Drops

  • Phenylephrine (0.12% w/v)
  • Naphazoline (0.05% w/v)
  • Chlorpheniramine Maleate (0.1% w/v)
  • Menthol (0.005% w/v)

Neph-M® Eye Drops

  • Naphazoline (0.1% w/v)
  • Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (0.1% w/v)
  • Chlorpheniramine Maleate (0.01% w/v)
  • Boric Acid (1.25% w/v)