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Babington S David, OD

Babington S David, OD

(505) 883-1208

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

7520 Montgomery Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109

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    I use to drive long distances on the weekends. The dry eyes would get me, the scar would start getting sticky and hurting, I would have tears that would burn the skin around my eyes and cheeks. One day before my 6 hour trip home I decided to put Vaseline on the skin around my eyes to take care of the burning on my cheeks. 2 hours into my trip I realized that my skin was not burning, my eyes were not dry, and the scar was not bothering me. I was in shock. It was such a simple remedy. I've used it as a treatment for my severe dry eyes for at least 5 years now. It is not perfect - it doesn't always work instantly but it has been the best treatment I have found for severe dry eyes. I use the Vaseline, put on the skin around the corners of my eyes, and I use Refresh Optive as a lubricating eye drop. The Optive has glycerin and it is the only eye drop with any lasting power for me. I also make sure I get 8 hours of sleep a night. I need that for my eyes to recover from one day to the next. If I don't get enough sleep I feel it in the eyes the next day. To my great pleasure I have been able to avoid going back to an ophthalmologist.

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