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Instructions

We highly recommend that you consultant with your eye-care practitioner to ensure the suitability of contact lenses and correct fitting. Always wash, rinse and dry your hands before touching your lenses. Do not use the lens if the blister packaging shows signs of tampering.

Contact lenses are never to be shared with others!

Wearing Process:

  • For first time wearers, we recommend you follow professional eye-care practitioners instructions in wearing them. The wearing time for the first day should not exceed more than 4 hours. Increase by 2 hours each day until you are accustomed to wearing them. It can take up to 1 week to be accustomed to wearing contact lenses.
  • It is important you adjust the wear time according to your environment, condition of your eyes, and comfort.

Before Inserting:

  • Place the lens concave in your palm. Drop a few drops of cleaning saline solution on the lens.
  • Rub gently the inside of the lens for 30 seconds with the bulb of your index finger. Turn the lens inside out and repeat.
  • Do not use the way of making circles when cleaning the lens, but rub gently in a single direction of up and down.
  • Rinse the lens with an appropriate amount of saline solution.
  • Do not press or pull the lens at any time.
  • Only use All Purpose Cleaning Solution for soft disposable contact lenses.

Lens Insertion:

  • Place the wet, clean "right" lens on the tip of the index or middle finger of your dominant hand (if you're right-handed this would be your right hand), and pull down the lower lid with the middle or ring finger of the same hand. Use your other hand to hold the upper lid firmly open.
  • Look directly at the lens or look directly into a mirror and place the lens directly on the cornea (the large coloured circle in the centre of your eye).
  • Slowly release your hold on the lid. If there are any bubbles beneath the lens, close your eye, and with the eye closed, roll the eye gently. Another way of getting rid of air bubbles is to massage the lids very lightly. Under no condition, however, should you rub your eyes.

Lens Removal:

  • Look up. With middle finger, hold down lower lid. Use forefinger to slide lens to lower part of eye. Pinch lens with thumb and forefinger and remove without excessively folding the lens.

Disinfection and Storage:

  • Place the lens concave in your palm. Drop a few drops of cleaning saline solution on the lens.
  • Rub gently the inside of the lens for 30 seconds with the bulb of your index finger. Turn the lens inside out and repeat. Do not use the way of making circles when cleaning the lens, but rub gently in a single direction of up and down.
  • Rinse the lens with an appropriate amount of saline solution.
  • Fill your contact lens storage container with an appropriate amount of saline solution. Make sure when storing you put the lenses in the right or left side of the container accordingly.
  • Close the lids on your storage container tightly.
  • Clean your storage container on a regular basis to avoid bacteria growth.

Precautions

  • These lenses are designed for frequent replacement. If in doubt seek the advice of your eye-care practitioner.
  • Always clean your lenses with solution as instructed after lens removal. Your lens container should be completely and thoroughly cleaned once a week.
  • If your eyes become red or irritated or you experience any pain, remove your lenses immediately and consult your eye-care practitioner.
  • Avoid contaminating lenses with make-up, aerosol sprays or wearing them near noxious fumes.
  • Replace damaged contaminated or scratched lenses immediately.
  • Avoid long nails, which harbour bacteria. A scratched eye is vulnerable to infection.
  • Keep your lenses out of reach of children.
  • Replace your lens container every 3 months.

Warnings

  • DO NOT sleep with your lenses in.DO NOT wear your lenses beyond the period recommended.
  • DO NOT use household products (e.g. disinfectants) on your lenses.
  • DO NOT use saliva to wet your lenses.
  • DO NOT wear your contacts whilst showering.
  • DO NOT rinse your lenses or lens case with tap water.
  • DO NOT wear your lenses when using eyedrops unless advised.

If in doubt at any-time consult your eye-care practitioner.

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