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Common causes of watering eyes include smoke, an eye injury, something in your eyes, an allergy or an infection.

A pharmacist can advise you about things you can do to help watering eyes, such as how you can clean and protect your eyes.

Treatments for watering eyes depend on what is causing it. For example, eyedrops can help if you have dry eyes or an eye infection.

Watering eyes are common and often get better on their own, but treatment may be needed if the watering affects your daily activities.

Page last reviewed: 30/09/2021
Next review due: 30/09/2024