eye bath


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eye bath

n.
1. See eyecup.
2. The act of cleansing an eye or the eyes with water or a solution.
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Sarah went to an NHS drop-in centre and was given eye drops and an eye bath and told to avoid straining her eyes, using any make up, or wearing lenses.
Distilled water, for cleaning wounds and for use as an eye bath.
It includes many rare pieces, including an inkwell, an eye bath, a French style sorbet cup and a magnificent pair of chestnut baskets, covers and stands.
You need to clean your eye in an eye bath with warm water every day and wash your eyelashes with a cotton bud dipped in baby shampoo in the morning and evening.
Another big success was a rare Derby porcelain eye bath, dating to 1775-80, which sold for pounds 2,500.
To use an eye wash effectively, pour water into the eye bath until one third full, bend head forward and place eye bath over the eye.
Wash your hands and use an eye dropper or eye bath to try to wash out the foreign body with clean water.
The lighter green eye bath is the moulded one - you can see the mould lines on the base.
Headache pills, indigestion tablets, cough mixture, trusty old Vick, something smelly to rub on a bad back plus the obligatory plasters, crepe bandage and an unused eye bath.