Lacri-Lube Lubricating Eye Ointment – 3.5g


  • Contains white soft paraffin, liquid paraffin and lanolin alcohols
  • Creates a lubricating and hydrating layer on the surface of the eye
  • Provides relief for dry eye

Lacri-lube eye Ointment is used for dry eye conditions.

Lacri-lube eye ointment contains white soft paraffin, liquid paraffin (also known as mineral oil) and lanolin alcohols (also known as wool alcohols).

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  • Lacri-Lube Eye Ointment


    What Lacri-Lube is and what it is used for

    Lacri-Lube eye ointment is composed of white soft paraffin, liquid paraffin (commonly referred to as mineral oil), and lanolin alcohols (known as wool alcohols). These components work together to form a clear, lubricating, and hydrating layer over the eye’s surface. Lacri-Lube eye ointment offer comforting relief for dry eye symptoms, including soreness, irritation, or a gritty feeling. These symptoms might arise from inadequate tear production in the eye or be due to various medical conditions or treatments. The ointment additionally serves to shield the eyeball, making it beneficial for individuals experiencing repeated corneal epithelial erosion. Lacri-Lube eye ointment is especially effective for night time use, as it stays in the eye for a more extended period compared to eye drops.  

    How to use Lacri-Lube Eye Ointment

    This ointment can be used as often as needed. It is particularly helpful for protecting the eyeball at night, because it lubricates the eye for longer than drops. If you are using any other eye drops you should apply them first and then wait for at least five minutes before using this eye ointment.
    • Wash your hands.
    • Sit in front of a mirror so you can see what you are doing.
    • Take the lid off the ointment.
    • Tip your head back.
    • Gently pull down your lower eyelid and look up.
    • Hold the tube above the eye and gently squeeze 1cm line of ointment along the inside of the lower eyelid, taking care not to touch the eye or eyelashes with the tip of the tube.
    • Blink your eyes to spread the ointment over the surface of the eyeball.
    • Your vision may be blurred when you open your eyes – DON’T rub your eyes. The blurring will clear after a few moments if you keep blinking.
    • Wipe away any excess ointment with a clean tissue.
    • Repeat this procedure for the other eye if you have been advised to do so by your doctor or pharmacist.
    • Replace the lid of the tube.
    • Take care not to touch the tip of the tube with your fingers.
    • If you are using more than one type of ointment, wait for about half-an-hour before using the next ointment, to allow the first to be absorbed into the eye.
    • If you are using eye drops use them first, then wait for give minutes before applying the eye ointment.
    When using the eye ointment, you should take care not to touch your eye or any surface with the tip of the tube, to avoid contaminating the eye ointment. Lacri-Lube Eye Ointment is sterile until opened. Any remaining medicine should be disposed of four weeks after the first opening, as it is likely to be contaminated with dirt or germs that could cause eye infections. You may find it helpful to write the date of first opening on the packet.