Eye Redness Eye Drop Study


Ocular Redness

Study Status

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Currently Enrolling

Study Length

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This study includes 5 visits over approximately 5-6 weeks.


Complete 5 visits and you will be compensated up to $650 for your time. If you do not qualify for or complete all visits, you will be paid for each visit that you come into the office for.

Current Locations

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Andover, MA

Upcoming Locations

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We are adding new locations for this study regularly. Please fill out the form below to learn more.

General study information

This study is for participants who have a history of red eyes. The trial will evaluate how effective an investigational eye drop is for the treatment of ocular (eye) redness.

Ocular redness occurs when the blood vessels over the white part of the eyes become enlarged. Ocular redness can be caused by irritation, but can also be a sign of other eye conditions, including eye allergies, dryness, inflammation, or infection.

Ocular redness may be associated with other signs and symptoms, which may consist of: Eye itching/irritation, eye burning/dryness, eye-watering, swollen eyelids and blurry vision.

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Key requirements

Key Inclusion Criteria

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have a history of vasoconstrictor (redness relief drops) use within the last 6 months, or a desire to use OTC vasoconstrictors for redness relief
  • Have stable ocular health (defined as no ocular conditions requiring therapy or surgical intervention during the study)
  • Be able to read an eye chart from 10 feet away with both eyes

Key Exclusion Criteria

  • Have used certain medications within the protocol defined washout periods (topical ophthalmic agents, systemic antihistamines/decongestants, systemic corticosteroids, cancer chemotherapy)
  • Have had ocular surgical intervention within 3 months prior to screening or during the study and/or a history of refractive surgery within the past 6 months
  • Have the presence of an active ocular infection (bacterial, viral, or fungal) or positive history of an ocular herpetic infection
  • Have worn contact lenses within the last 5 days
  • Are currently breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed during the study period or if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or if you have a positive urine pregnancy test at the first visit