A Japanese way of saying “thank you” is a bow. It’s common to see people bowing when they meet or say goodbye to someone. Another Japanese tradition is eye drops, which are called ‘eye lotion’ in Japan. Eye drops help with dry eyes and can also be used for allergies, though it’s more common in Japan. In Singapore, you can buy this product from Guardian Pharmacy and Watsons Pharmacy on Orchard Road without a prescription.
Why are these eye drops best?
Japanese eye drop Singapore is an easy way to keep your eyes healthy and fresh, especially during the hot, humid days of summer. The Japanese Eye Drop is a type of eye drops that are used to treat various types of eye conditions. It is known for its soothing effect on tired eyes and can be bought online in Singapore.
Japanese eye drop Singapore is a special medicine made from traditional Chinese medicine. It helps to reduce the symptoms of dry eyes and atopic keratitis. The eye drops contain herbal extracts and amino acids that help maintain healthy corneal cells, moisten dry eyes, provide relief from irritation and discomfort, and boost immune function for those with atopic conditions.
The extract in this medication has been used for years in Asia to treat ocular diseases such as redness or itchy eyes caused by allergies due to dust or pollen exposure. This remedy can also be used by individuals who wear contact lenses because it does not contain any preservatives, which may cause an allergic reaction if they come into direct contact with their eyes like most other commercial medications.