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Basics of contact lens care: clean, rinse and disinfect!

Be properly prepared to care for your lenses and your eyes.



Before you handle contact lenses, wash and rinse your hands with a mild soap so that you don't transfer dirt and germs to your eye. Dry your hands with a clean, lint-free towel.


Remove one lens and clean it with the disinfecting solution, eye drops, and enzymatic cleaners that your doctor recommends. Rub the lens gently with your index finger in the palm of your other hand. Please note that some eye products or eye drops aren't safe for contact wearers.


Rinse the lens again to remove the loosened debris. Rinsing is an important step but make sure to never put tap water directly on your lenses.


Place the lens in your clean lens case or lens holder and fill with fresh solution. Do not "top up" your old solution. Disinfecting kills microorganisms on the lens.


Repeat steps 2 through to 4 for your other lens.

Important: clean your lens case every time you use it and replace the case every 3 months.



How to wear your contact lenses safely

• Put your contact lenses in before applying makeup.

• If you have makeup on, remove your contacts, being careful not to let them touch any makeup and only then use your eye-makeup remover.

• Never wear someone else's contacts because this can spread infections or particles from their eyes to yours.

• Use a rewetting solution or plain saline solution - whichever your doctor recommends - to keep your eyes moist.

• Never touch solution bottle tips to any surface, including your body: this can cause contamination of the solution.

• Avoid getting tap water on your contact lenses and accessories.