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Tips for beginners

Always use the multifunctional solution for cleaning, rinsing, disinfecting and storing contact lenses. Never use tap water or saline solution to store the contact lenses. If you experience discomfort or irritation to the eye, contact an ophthalmologist, optician or contact lens specialist immediately.

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Correct curvature 

Before inserting the contact lenses, make sure that the contact lenses are curved to the correct side.


Multifunctional solution

Always use the recommended multifunctional solution for cleaning, disinfecting and storing the contact lenses. Never use tap water for the care of the contact lenses!

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  • Burning, itching, irritation, or other pain in the eye

  • Reduced wearing comfort compared to previous wearing

  • Abnormal eye discharge or excessive watering of the eyes

  • Bloodshot eyes

  • Extreme or persistent dry eyes

  • Decreased or blurred vision

  • Rainbows or halos near sources of light

  • Photosensitivity


Are there any abnormalities in the eyes?

If the wearer experiences any of the above abnormalities in the eyes, they should remove the lenses and seek medical attention immediately, as discomfort can be an early sign of a more serious complication and early treatment can have a significant impact on the problems.

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