I was using clear eyes everyday for 2 months until i was seeing an eyedoctor that told me to stop using the product. I live in a country where Naphazoline is forbidden (but i did not know that).. My doctor was quite upset and told me that i had destroyed my eyes for the rest of my life... he gave me drops for dry eyes instead that i am using.
I have not use clear eyes for 1 month know and NOW my eyes are getting bloodshot and i have a lot of large vains in the corners of my eyes... i din't have them before
Will them get better in time? Or is it gonna be worse and worse until my whole eyes are red? For ever?
The doctor could not help me with my questions about rebound hyperemia because we don't have red-eyes-products here in my country...
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