Some over-the-counter products that ease allergy symptoms or get rid of red eyes contain a type of decongestant called a vasoconstrictor. They can cause "rebound" swelling and redness, which may lead to chronic eye redness. The redness may even get worse with continued use. Ask your optometrist which eye drops are safest for you.
Can Eye drops help with Eye allergies? Drops can help with symptoms such as itchy eyes, lacrimation, redness, watery discharge, stinging and burning. You could try artificial tears that have no medication, or drops that contain: Antihistamines: They provide short-term relief. Some eye drops contain both antihistamines and mast cell stabilisers for fast and