Upneeq® is the first and only FDA-approved prescription eyedrop for acquired ptosis (low-lying lids) that lifts your upper eyelids to open your eyes! Why do my eyelids look low? Low-lying lids can affect the way you look and see things. If your eyes look “tired” or “sleepy,” you may have a condition called acquired blepharoptosis (also known as acquired ptosis or low-lying lids). If you wear contact lenses, remove them before applying Upneeq eyedrops. Each vial contains enough solution to allow for one drop in each eye. You may put them back in 15 minutes after application.
A box of 45 vials, retails for $199
What are the most common side effects of UPNEEQ?
The most common adverse reactions with UPNEEQ (occurring in 1-5% of patients) were eye inflammation, eye redness, dry eye, blurred vision, eye pain at time of use, eye irritation, and headache.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the need of a prescription, re-orders please call to ensure your consent is on file & first time purchases must be done in-office. Purchase available in a box (45 individual vials) or single use vials.
for complete instructions and full safety information, Please visit https://upneeq.com/. Your doctor should review your full medical history before prescribing UPNEEQ:
UPNEEQ belongs to a class of medication (alpha-adrenergic agonists) that may affect your blood pressure and Sjogren’s Syndrome. Use UPNEEQ carefully if you currently take an alpha-adrenergic agonist medication to treat heart disease or an enlarged prostate. Patients taking beta-blockers, or other medications to treat hypertension or an abnormal heartbeat, should also be careful when using UPNEEQ. Patients who use a certain class of antidepressant medication (monoamine oxidase inhibitors) should also be careful when using UPNEEQ, as it may affect the way your body absorbs the medication
Acquired Blepharoptosis, Eyes
UPNEEQ® (oxymetazoline hydrochloride ophthalmic solution), 0.1% is a prescription eyedrop used to treat acquired blepharoptosis (low-lying lids) in adults.