Introducing Clinadry Eye Lubricant for dogs and cat!

Clinadry is a tear replacement solution containing sodium hyaluronate in a preservative-free formulation. It is used to restore eye moisture and help reduce soreness caused by dry eyes.

Benefits Of Using Clinadry

  • Spreads evenly over the corneal surface
  • Preservative-free tear replacement
  • Reduced detrimental effects of the corneal epithelium
  • Lower frequency of application
  • Binds more closely to the corneal surface

Why Us Clinadry?

At present most tear replacement products are carboxymethyl cellulose and polyvinyl alcohol-based which are artificially produced, these need to be given very frequently and are less than perfect substitutes for natural tears.

Hyaluronic acid, however, is generated using bacterial fermentation and as such retains the natural biological functions which allow it to bind more closely with the cell surfaces of the corneal surface. It is for this reason that hyaluronate eye drops, such as Clinadry, have been shown to be superior to those containing carbomer molecules. They have a high residence time on the cornea allowing for less frequent application than other tear replacement formulations.

When To Use It

Clinadry is to be used in cases of eye dryness and other minor complaints of no pathological significance as well as burning sensations and ocular fatigue, for example, issues caused by dues, smoke and dry heat airconditioning.

If your pet is recovering from an eye ulcer, your vet may recommend Clinadry to use alongside any antibacterial eye drops. Because Clinadry excels at covering the cornea, it makes it the ideal medicine to help with corneal ulcer healing. 

How To Use Clinadry

Tear off one single-use container from the strip and twist the top open.

Place 1 or 2 drops of Clinadry into the conjunctival sac of the eye.

Each container provides sufficient fluid for application to both eyes.

Always wash thoroughly before applying the solution.