Golden Eye 0.15% w/w Eye Ointment 5g
- Effective Treatment For Conjunctivitis
- Treats Bacterial Eye Infections
- Free From Preservatives
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Golden Eye Ointment is used to treat minor eye or eyelid infections, such as conjunctivitis and blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids).
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Golden Eye 0.15% w/w Eye Ointment
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Golden Eye Ointment
Golden Eye Ointment contains the active ingredient Dibrompropamidine isethionate, which belongs to a group of medicines called antiseptics. Antiseptics are used to treat infections caused by bacteria. Golden Eye Ointment is used to treat minor eye or eyelid infections, such as conjunctivitis and blepharitis.
Conjunctivitis is an eye condition caused by infection or allergies. It can sometimes get better over a period of weeks without treatment, but other times will require treatment such as Golden Eye Ointment.
Blepharitis causes red, swollen and itchy eyelids. It can typically be treated by just washing the eyelids every day. It’s usually not serious, but if left untreated can lead to other problems such as dry eyes, cysts and conjunctivitis.
Golden Eye Ointment For Dogs
Golden Eye Ointment for dogs should not be given to your pet unless instructed to do so by a trained veterinary professional. You should be on the side of caution when giving any medication to your pets without medical recommendation.
It’s important not to assume that something is safe because it’s safe to use on humans, therefore it can be used on animals and pets.
Allow your vet to determine whether or not Golden Eye ointment for dogs is safe to use.
Golden Eye Ointment Stye
Styes are quite common and should clear up by themselves within 1 or 2 weeks. They’re rarely a sign of anything serious, but can be painful until they heal. It typically presents itself as a small, painful lump on or inside the eyelid or around the eye. The skin located around the stye may be swollen and red.
Golden Eye Ointment Stye is used to treat a stye as they’re often causes by bacteria infecting an eyelash follicle or eyelid gland. You’re also more likely to get a stye if you have long-term blepharitis and haven’t been given adequate treatment.
You can help avoid styes by keeping the eyes clean and doing the following:
- Remove any make-up before bed by washing your face
- Replace any make-up you have every 6 months
Golden Eye Ointment Stye will only be needed if your stye and persisted for a long period of time. Speak to a doctor or pharmacist if you’re unsure.
Golden Eye Ointment Chloramphenicol
The original Golden Eye Ointment Chloramphenicol was discontinued and replaced. The newer version contains a different ingredient called dibrompropamidine isethionate.
Golden Eye Ointment Chloramphenicol is also an antibiotic and is mainly used for eye infections. Chloramphenicol products are usually available on prescriptions as well as to buy from a pharmacy.
As of 19/08/2021 Golden Eye Ointment Chloramphenicol has been discontinued.
Golden Eye Ointment Discontinued
Historically, Golden Eye Ointment contained mercuric oxide. As a consequence of this Golden Eye Ointment Discontinued because of concerns about its absorption and the adverse effects of inorganic mercury.
If you’re seeking more information about why Golden Eye Ointment Discontinued happened, please contact your customer support team.
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Can I Use Golden Eye Ointment On My Cat?
Another common question we see relating to this product online is “Can I use Golden Eye Ointment on my cat?”
As said above, you should only give your pet medication that has been approved by your vet. Medication intended for human use won’t always translate over to animal and pet use. You could severely injure or hurt your pet if the wrong medication is used.
Similar questions to “Can I use Golden Eye Ointment on my cat?” should be directed to a qualified veterinarian.