Improves the tear film and protects the surface of the eye.features:preservative and phosphate free and is usually well tolerated.enables optimal moisturisation overnight.directions: ocunox is typically applied at bedtime due to the fatty consistency of the ointment. When used at night, ocunox can prevent discomfort upon opening the eyes in the morning. Ocunox can be used for extended periods of time and can be used with other eye drops and eye ointments. However, in this case, ocunox should be applied 30 minutes after these other medications.contains: 250 i.u./g retinol palmitate (vitamin a), paraffin, liquid paraffin, wool fat (lanolin) and white petrolatum.caution: only use ocunox if the sealing of the folding carton was intact before first use. Ocunox should not be applied if you are sensitive to any of its ingredients. Ocunox must not be used while wearing contact lenses. If you use ocunox during the day, your vision will be impaired for some time because of the fatty consistency of the ointment. In very rare cases hypersensitivity reactions like red, burning, itching eyes or excessive tearing were reported, which improved quickly after treatment with ocunox was stopped.