Lumify Eye Drops
BRING YOUR EYES INTO THE SPOTLIGHT
Try LUMIFY, the amazing eye drop that significantly reduces redness to help your eyes look whiter and brighter, and reveal their natural beauty. You won’t believe your eyes.
Real people, real results.
People can’t stop sharing how amazing their eyes look with LUMIFY! See for yourself what makes LUMIFY a redness reliever like no other.*
- SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE REDNESS
- TO HELP EYES LOOK WHITER AND BRIGHTER
- LASTS UP TO 8 HOURS
What makes LUMIFY so unique?
Well, we’ve got an ingredient no other over-the-counter eye drop has: low-dose brimonidine. It selectively targets redness in your eyes, which leads to a lower risk of the side effects associated with other redness relievers when used as directed.
That way, you can significantly reduce redness to help eyes look whiter, brighter, and amazing for up to 8 hours.
- 1 OF A KIND FORMULA
- NO BLEACH OR DYES
Eye doctors are spreading the word.
In fact, we’re the #1 eye doctor recommended redness reliever eye drop!
Our unique, FDA approved formulation was developed by eye doctors, and it’s brought to you by Bausch + Lomb, the eye care experts.
- FDA APPROVED
- NO PRESCRIPTION NEEDED
Frequently Asked Questions
LUMIFY can be used with contacts, but be sure to take them out before putting LUMIFY in your eyes. Wait 10 minutes before putting your contacts back in after use of LUMIFY.
Yes, but you’ll want to wait at least 5 minutes between products.
No. LUMIFY is available over the counter, without a prescription. Find it in the eye care aisle at most major retailers.
In clinical trials, LUMIFY was proven to be safe and effective when used as directed. LUMIFY works differently than other redness relievers by selectively targeting redness with a reduced risk of side effects associated with other redness relievers, including rebound redness and loss of efficacy over time. In clinical trials, a small number of people reported itching, foreign body sensation, tearing and pain which were temporary and mild to moderate in severity.
Occasional eye redness, sometimes referred to as “blood shot”, is a common condition that can be caused by minor eye irritation. Common causes include environmental allergens, excessive use of digital devices, lack of sleep, or dry and/or dusty conditions.