Hydrating, but hard to use
I'm a really big fan of using bottled drops like visine and other notable brand names, but after visiting my eye doctor for some pretty bothersome dry eye symptoms I was recommended these eye drops. They come in little individual vials that you rip open and use one at a time, and there are usually about 20-30 in a box. They're supposed to be a lot better for your eyes because they don't contain the preservatives that a lot of brands like visine and other bottled eye drop companies put into their drops to increase their shelf life. I honestly wasn't that impressed with the systane. They do provide moisture but I wouldn't say it's far superior moisture to some other drops, like the Visine for tired eyes. Maybe it's better for your long-term eye health, but just regarding moisture, it's nothing spectacular. I also found myself scratching my eyeball from time to time with the plastic edge of the vial, so they're definitely hard to use and maybe even a bit dangerous. Just for ease and safety, I much prefer something in a bottle, and systane does actually make a bottled version of their drops that I do like much better. These are okay though, if you are careful about not scratching yourself.