How to put eye drops in an eye

an eye drop dispenser, a variety of tweezers ... and more

Many people have a hard time putting eye drops in their eyes. The Glaucoma Research Foundation has an excellent page of tips about how to put eye drops in an eye. The page describes how to put prescription eye drops in an eye for glaucoma patients, but the same tips apply to anyone who puts eye drops in their eye, even if you have arthritis or your hands shake. If you still have trouble putting eye drops in an eye, there are two assistive devices we suggest: an autodrop eye drop dispenser guide, and an autosqueeze eye drop bottle dispenser. You will find both below.

You'll also find a variety of tweezers, including ones especially useful if you have arthritis, a posture corrector, and many more helpful items below.

autodrop eye drop guide

Autodrop Eye Drop
Dispenser Guide

autodrop eye drop guide

autosqueeze eye drop bottle squeezer

Autosqueeze Eye Drop
Bottle Dispenser

autosqueeze eye drop bottle squeezer

Posture Corrector

Posture Corrector

Posture Corrector

Telescoping Self Examination Mirror

Telescoping
Self Examination Mirror

Telescoping Self Examination Mirror

Sparkle Spa

Sparkle Spa

Sparkle Spa

loop handle easi grip tweezers

Loop Handle
Easi Grip Tweezers

loop handle easi grip tweezers

easy grip point tip tweezers

Easy Grip
Point Tip Tweezers

easy grip point tip tweezers

easy grip slant tip tweezers

Easy Grip
Slant Tip Tweezers

easy grip slant tip tweezers

universal hand clip

Universal Hand Clip

universal hand clip

     
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