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Instructions for use

Carefully read the instructions for use enclosed in the packaging! The maximum daily use of LIEBEVUE contact lenses is 12 hours. LIEBEVUE contact lenses are medical devices. Make sure that you have carefully read and understood the instructions for use before use.

Before use


Before contacting the contact lenses, make sure that you wash your hands and dry them thoroughly with a lint-free towel.
Basically, you should only touch the contact lenses with your fingertips and avoid contact with fingernails or sharp objects if possible. Before inserting the contact lenses, they should always be kept clean, moist and undamaged.



Insertion of contact lenses


Step 1:

The contact lens should be cleaned and rinsed with a multi-purpose solution for soft contact lenses.

Step 2:

For every eye you should make sure that the contact lens is clean, right side up and intact when you place it on the tip of your middle or ring finger, your dominant hand. For right-handers, this is usually the right hand.

Step 3:

Pull your lower eyelid with your middle  or ring finger with the same hand that you used in step 2 and use the free hand to hold the upper eyelid firmly open. Now look at the contact lens or into one  Mirror while placing the contact lens on your cornea (the large colored circle around your eye). Close  not the eye.

Step 4:

Let go of your eyelids now. During the procedure, there should be air bubbles between your cornea and the contact lens  close your eye and gently circle them with your finger over the eyelid.

Step 5:

Repeat step 1 through step 4 for the other eye.



Put the contact lens on your fingertip


Look up, keeping your eyelids open with your fingers


Put the contact lens in position.


Blink to adjust and align the contact lens in the eye.


The contact lens was succesfully placed in the eye.

Removing contact lenses


Step 1:

Look up.

Step 2:

Use your middle finder to pull the lower lid down further.

Step 3:

Use the tip of your index finger to move the contact lens onto the lower half of your eye.


Step 4:

Finally, gently grasp your index finger and thumb and remove the contact lens from your eye.


The contact lens should not be damaged by pressing too hard or the like.


Step 5:

Repeat step 1 through step 4 for the other eye.​


Open your eye


Move the lens to the bottom


Grab the contact lens with two fingers


Take the lens out


You have taken out the lens from your eye.

​Disposal of contact lenses


A special disposal method for contact lenses is not necessary. Contact lenses should be disposed of in a bin after use. ​


Care of contact lenses


For thorough cleaning, place the contact lens on the palm of your hand and add two to three drops of LIEBEVUE PROAQUA and slowly and carefully rub the contact lens in circular motions with the fingertip of the other hand.

When cleaning, disinfecting and storing contact lenses, you should always use fresh and clean contact lens care products. This also applies to the storage container provided.

The storage container should be rinsed out with LIEBEVUE PROAQUA (no tap water) and left open to dry.


Take the lens out


Hold the lens with clean hands


Put the contact lens in your palm


Always use Multipurpose solution for Cleaning Desinfection - Do not use tap water


Rub the lens with Multipurpose solution in your hand


Store the lens in Multipurpose solution



Failure to follow the wearing times and cleaning procedures recommended by your contact lens specialist can increase your risk of serious eye infections. Remove the contact lenses before you go to sleep and dispose of them after the recommended replacement interval. Do not change care systems without first consulting a contact lens specialist. DO NOT wear the contact lenses if you suffer from the following conditions:

• Allergy, inflammation, infection, or redness in or around the eye

• Dry eyes (insufficient tear fluid)

• Poor health affecting the eyes, such as a cold or flu

• Systemic disease affecting the eyes.


Before wearing contact lenses, check with your contact lens specialist in the following situations:

• Any contact with water, including showering, swimming or practicing water sports

• Staying in extremely dry or dusty environments

• Use of eye medication

• Some jobs require eye protection to be worn or prevent contact lenses from being worn. If you experience any of the following problems, remove your lenses from your eyes immediately:

• Stinging, burning, itching, irritation, other pain in the eye

• Reduced wearing comfort compared to previous wearing

• Unusual secretion or excessive watering of the eyes

• redness of the eyes

• Extremely or persistently dry eyes

• Reduced or blurred vision

• Rainbows or halos around light sources

• Sensitivity to light

If problems arise, remove the contact lenses immediately and consult a contact lens specialist immediately. Even slight discomfort can be an early sign of serious complications. Immediate treatment can significantly counteract potential problems

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