Rebecca's Blog

The neighborhood is getting lonely.

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The Dry Eye Shop lives in a busy little business park in Poulsbo, Washington.  There are three buildings. We're the first door in Building 2. The other businesses are everything you'd expect to see in a little American business park.  There's the little church next door, for example. I get the benefit of a rousing sermon through the wall if I work on Sunday mornings. There's the tattoo parlor in Building 3. I've always meant to get my first tattoo there, but somehow never got around to it. (Now I worry it may be too late.) The "anchor" businesses are a large, popular Kitsap Crossfit...

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An aborted project to phase Addipak and Modudose out of the shop

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0.9% sodium chloride inhalation solutions are commonly used off-label for scleral lenses. It's time to question this as a routine practice.

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Where's Lobob? (Update)

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Lobob (a/k/a Optimum, Lobob ESC) has been in short supply for several months and is not currently being produced. Details here about why and what to do in the meantime.

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What Washington's "stay-at-home" order means for the Dry Eye Shop

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Washington is under a "stay-at-home" order, but we are considered an essential business and will continue operating.

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Refresh PM fans: Don't worry, there's no shortage!

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We are getting new shipments at least once a week. It's been really hard to predict how much we need, so sometimes we're running out before more comes, but please don't let that worry you. More really is coming!

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