Brides want to look their best on their wedding day, so having perfect make-up is a must. Eye make-up products like mascara and eyeshadow are used to give divine lashes that open up the eyes and show them off. But did you know that extensive use can be triggering and causing common eye conditions such as irritated, dry or red eyes – the very last thing a bride would want on her wedding day!

Thankfully, Murine Bright & Moist Eyes instantly alleviates the symptoms of dry eyes by moisturising and refreshing with their lubricating liquid gel. They specially formulated with a brightener to give super-white, bright eyes. Helping to make them sparkle while also alleviating the symptoms of dry eyes. Fast acting and long lasting, Murine bright & moist eyes is ideal for great looking & great feeling eyes, in an instant.

You can find Murine Bright & Moist Eyes at most retailers see their buy it now link here, prices start at £4.49

Check out this masterclass on Emma Willis renowned for her beautiful bright eyes, and now we know the secret….


This post was not sponsored but just for fun.

Image Yabiku Photography

We did receive five of these drops for our readers on our Facebook Giveaway Page so click on the link and head over to claim yours.


Whilst we have tried out the eye drops. This was at my own risk and choice and had no side effects. Always read the label.

They say;

Do not use the eye drops whilst wearing contact lenses. You may insert your contact lenses about 15 minutes after applying the drops. You should not use Murine eye drops for bright & moist eyes every day without a break. You should consult a healthcare professional before use if you are pregnant, have an eye disease (eg glaucoma), had eye surgery or if you are receiving treatment for high blood pressure, depression, heart disease, diabetes, or a thyroid disorder. Sometimes the eye drops can cause side effects such as the liquid gel could cause temporary blurred vision. If you experience temporary blurred vision, do not drive or operate machinery until you can see clearly.

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