How SYSTANE® Helps

When dry eye symptoms are at their worst, SYSTANE® Lubricant Eye Drops works with your tears to provide immediate, long-lasting comfort and moisture. SYSTANE® also offers the protection your eyes need to heal the damaged area that cause uncomfortable dryness. There’s no cure for dry eye, but eye lubricants can offer relief from its symptoms. If you think you may have dry eye, talk to your GP or Optometrist and consider SYSTANE®.


SYSTANE® Lubricant Eye Drops has been clinically proven to provide relief from both the signs (what an eye professional can measure) and symptoms (what you feel or experience) of dry eye. As long-lasting, SYSTANE® teams up with your tears, this soothing layer of moisture helps offer relief from the gritty, uncomfortable symptoms of dry eye.

By helping to retain a layer of moisture in your eyes, SYSTANE® not only provides comfort, it also helps keep the eyes protected and lubricated. Dry eye can be a downward spiral. Without adequate amounts of properly formulated tears to act as eye lubricants, your eyes develop dry spots. This, in turn, can cause even fewer tears to stay on your eyes, making the problem increasingly worse. Thankfully, SYSTANE® Lubricant Eye Drops helps end this cycle and allows your eyes to begin the recovery process.

You see, your eyelids are like windshield wipers, cleaning off old tear film and replacing it with new tears. But, when tears are limited and dry spots form, the simple process of blinking can aggravate these dry areas. Luckily, SYSTANE® provides a protective coating for your eyelids to glide upon. This layer of eye lubricants protects any dry areas and helps them to heal more quickly and easily.

SYSTANE® is also ideal for people who wear contact lenses and suffer from dry eye. Studies have shown that, when affected by dry eye, using SYSTANE® both before and after wearing contact lenses can not only make lens wear more comfortable in general, but, with continued use, can actually increase the overall length of comfortable lens wear time.1 If you think you may have dry eye, talk to your eye professional.