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GenTeal Lubricant Eye Gel

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Extremely soothing and liquifies on contact


My sister purchased Genteal Eye Gel moisturizer for me when I was diagnosed as having dry eye.   I learned that my fiery red eyes could be due to my age.  After 40, the tear ducts produce less natural tears and can lead to irritation and red eyes.  My eye doctor recommended another eye moisturizer, Optive, which did help but I found the Genteal Eye Gel moisturizer more effective. I would highly recommend this product.

Moreno Valley, CA


This stuff makes my eyes blurry.


Genteal lubricant eye gel is not what I thought it would be.  I do have very dry eyes, and I thought I would give this a try.  First of all, it burned badly.  Secondly, it gave me blurry vision.  I was not happy with this product.  A doctor recommended it to me, and I thought I would give it a try.  DUH>>>>>>never again!   To be fair, I tried using it a few times.  It didn't get any better.  The gel is thick and not easy to get out of the tube.  IF the gel reaches your eyes (mine landed on my face a few times)  it makes you feel like you have something blurring your vision.  It felt as though someone squeezed lemon juice in my eyes.  Ouch!  I wouldn't recommend this product.  I know there are other brands of dry-eye relief out there.  This one just doesn't cut it for me.  I don't need burning eyes, blurry vision, or the expense of this gel.  There are other drops that are cheaper and get the job done!

Riverview, FL


There's not a dry eye in the house thanks to Genteal Gel.


Sometimes, regular eye drops just don't help dry eyes. It can be like pouring water in them. There may be some relief, but it does not help the overall irritation. Genteal lubricant eye gel is thicker, and it soothes the eyes with the thick liquid. It only takes one or two drops to work. The only drawback is the liquid tends to clump up as it dries. It also clouds the vision temporarily so don't use any heavy machinery immediately afterwards! The gel comes in a bottle or tube. For me, the bottle is easier to use as the tube is hard to hold. If you're like me, you may have trouble putting drops in your eyes. There was a "Friends" episode about this. Puting drops in the corners of the eyes and moving the head around until the eyes are fully lubricated always works.

Ayden, NC


Genteal Lubricant Eye Gel allows me to open my eyes each morning


I have suffered from serious dry eyes for years. There are some eye drops that are OK, but most are not worth the money. Genteal is by far my favorite. My eyes feel moist and refreshed after using. They are a little on the pricey side, but you end up using them less than other brans so it all evens out.  As others have stated they do coat the eye and make things appear blurry for a few minutes so do keep this in mind before using.

Groveport, OH


Good and effective


Genteal Lubricant Eye Gel works good, but I still prefer the non-gel.  The gel makes me feel I need to wait a little longer until it is 'soaked up' on the eyeball.  Doesn't feel as 'soothing' as the non-gel eyedrops.

Snohomish, WA


Genteal Lubricant Eye Gel rocks!!!


I use Genteal eye products all the time. An ophthalmologist recommended them to me and I'm hooked. There's several different types of Genteal products that are great for different levels of dry eyes. My everyday favorite it the Genteal Gel Drops. It's a moderate level of moisturizing and I really notice that they last a very long time. The Genteal Gel is great, but my only advice is to use at night before you go to bed. It make it a little hard to see since the gel is so thick. But the bonus is that you wake up with refreshed eyes!!

Lake Havasu City, AZ


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