COLORVISION premium colored contact lenses can be worn daily for up to 14 hours. The lenses should be replaced monthly.
Paying attention to this monthly replacement and following a healthy lens care routine are vital for your eye health.
Before putting the lenses
– Wash, rinse, and dry hands thoroughly.
– Use soap that is free of oils, lotions, or perfumes.
– Dry hands with a lint-free towel.
– Use fingertips to handle contact lens (not fingernails and/or sharp objects like tweezers).
– Check to ensure the contact lens is moist, clean, and damage free before attempting to insert in your eye. Never put a damaged contact lens in your eye.
– Use fresh solution when caring for your contact lenses and as soon as you remove it from its box.
Lens Care Do’s & Don’ts
Whether you’re new to contact lenses or have been wearing them for a while, below are some helpful
Do’s & Don’ts when it comes to contact lens care.
|DO: Stick strictly to the wearing schedule and replace your contact lenses as directed.|
|DO: Clean, rinse, and disinfect your contact lenses with fresh solution each time you remove them. Always remember to use fresh solution.|
|DO: If your eyes become red, irritated, or your vision changes, remove your lenses immediately and consult your eye care professional.|
|DO: Always refill your lens case with new solution instead of adding more solution on top of what’s already in your case.|
|DO: Always handle your lenses with clean, dry hands. Wash, rinse, and dry your hands thoroughly with a lint-free towel before touching your lenses.|
|DO: After use, always empty and rinse the lens case with fresh solution and allow the lens case to air dry.|
|DO: Insert contact lenses before applying makeup and remove your lenses before washing off makeup.|
|DON’T: Extend your lens wear beyond its intended use.|
|DON’T: Use saliva, tap water, or anything other than fresh contact lens solutions for lubricating, rewetting, and/or cleaning your lenses.|
|DON’T: Let the tip of solution bottles touch other surfaces – including your fingers, eyes or contact lenses.|
|DON’T: Share your contact lenses with others.|
|DON’T: Try to reuse the lens solution. Always use fresh solution to rinse, clean, and store your lenses.|
|DON’T: Expose your contact lenses to any kind of water. It can lead to infection, even vision loss.|
|DON’T: Sleep while wearing your contact lenses unless the lenses are made for extended wear.|