Our treatments can be found BEHIND THE COUNTER at pharmacies, optometrists and optical stores.
Best I have used!
"Very good eye ointment - best I have used. Good price, good quantity, and very good quality. Does not sting."
With vitamin A
Vitamin A is a natural component of the tear film. It supports tolerance and helps ensure that the ointment mixes well with available tears to relieve the burning sensation of dry or tired eyes.
We produce less tears while asleep
Our tear production tends to decrease at night when our eyes are closed. During sleep, the lacrimal gland produces only about a third of the daytime output of tears.
OCUNOX® Eye Ointment is designed to provide optimal nighttime protection and moisturization.
"Easy application and no harsh chemicals or preservatives. My nighttime treatment of choice"
Dr. Mark Eltis
OD FAAO Dipl ABO
Less is more
A sterile packaging like OCUNOX®’s means that only the necessary ingredients are used. OCUNOX® contains only high-quality ingredients, including retinol palmitate (vitamin A), paraffin, wool fat and white petrolatum.
On the safe side
OCUNOX® Eye Ointment is preservative free and phosphate free, which helps avoid unwanted complications such as intolerance or deposits in the cornea.
Preservatives can damage the cells of the eye surface, destroy the natural tear film and be the cause of intolerance reactions.
Phosphates buffers can form insoluble crystals due to the reaction with calcium (released from damaged cells). These crystals can impair your vision.
Find OCUNOX® behind the counter
OCUNOX® is available at your local optometry, optical stores and without prescription behind the counter at pharmacies.
Find a retailer near you!
Our treatments are available at a vast selection of optical stores, optometry clinics, independent pharmacies and eye clinics across Canada.
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How to use
in 3 simple steps
Tilt your head back a little, then slightly retract the lower eyelid from the eye.
Apply a slight pressure on the tube to squeeze a small amount of ointment into the conjunctival sac.
Slowly close the eye.