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Lacrimal Dysfunction

Oftaial Plus is a hypotonic solution intended for instillation on the ocular surface or on contact lenses, especially in the presence of symptoms of “dry eye”, thanks to its high content of sodium hyaluronate (0.4%) and to the presence of salts such as magnesium and potassium.


Packagin: a box of Oftaial Plus comprises 15 resealable vials of 0.6 ml / 1 x 10 ml multi-dose, preservative-free bottle 

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Oftaial Plus


Oftaial Plus humidifies and lubricates the ocular surface and reduces the risk of instability of the tear film. In addition, the specific features of the composition of Oftaial Plus involves the presence of taurine, the most abundant amino acid physiologically present in the tear fluid and generally in all tissues of the anterior segment of the eye. Various studies show that the presence of taurine increases the percentage of cells that survive in conditions of hyperosmolarity. Hyperosmolarity, in the tear film, is associated with the onset of “dry eye” symptoms.


Oftaial Plus should be dosed individually according to your condition and based on your eye doctor’s recommendations. In general, instil 1-2 drops of the solution into the conjunctival sac of each eye when needed, even several times a day. For use on contact lenses: instil one drop onto each lens at the time of application or removal. Repeat if necessary, even several times a day.

Remove a single vial from the strip. To open the vial, remove the upper tab by twisting it, taking care to place it onto a clean surface to as to reuse it to close the vial again. Instil 1-2 drops of Oftaial Plus into the conjunctival sac of each eye, allowing it to drop from above. Close the vial by inserting the tab immediately after use. For use on contact lenses: instil one drop of Oftaial Plus into the cavity of each lens at the time of application or removal.

Oftaial Plus, although having no pharmacological effect, protects the corneal epithelium from possible damage caused by particular conditions that may cause the onset of so-called “dry eye”, such as: - adverse weather and environmental conditions, such as wind, cold, sun, salt water, air conditioning, smoke, smog or particulate matter; - particular conditions of ophthalmic stress due to the use of contact lenses or prolonged work at video terminals or microscopes.