Albalon Eye Drops 15mL




Albalon Eye Drops help to clear redness of minor eye irritations

Directions for Use

Instil 1 drop of Albalon in each eye three to four hourly, or as directed for all age groups


Naphazoline 1mg/ml, polyvinyl alcohol 14mg/ml, benzalkonium chloride 40mg/ml

Contraindications and Cautions

Hypersensitivity to any ingredient, narrow angle glaucoma or anatomically narrow angle. Do not use Albalon with soft contact lenses. MAOI use or within 2 weeks of stopping MAOI. Use Albalon eye drops with caution in the presence of hypertension, cardiac irregularities, hyperglycaemia, hyperthyroidism. Prolonged use for more than 14 days is not recommended except on medical advice. Albalon may cause Pupil dilation with increased ocular pressure. It may also cause drowsiness in some patients. Systemic effects may occur if absorbed.


Pharmacy medicine. Keep out of reach of children.

If using a prescription eye product consult your doctor or pharmacist before using Albalon Eye Drops. Do not use in the presence of glaucoma, serious eye infections or with soft contact lenses. Pupillary dilation may occur with the use of this product. Prolonged use may be harmful. Consult your doctor if symptoms persist.


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