Using biofresh Contact Lens Solution
Proper Handling and Care
As every contact lens user knows, proper care and handling of contact lenses is crucial for maintaining eye health and ensuring your eyes remain comfortable throughout the day. biofresh Multi-Purpose Solution eliminates the need for saline rinses and enzymatic cleaners when used daily. Ideal for all types of soft contact lenses, even silicone hydrogel, biofresh contact lens solution is an effective and easy 'rub and rinse' way to care for all types of contact lenses.
In addition to contact lens storage, biofresh Multi-Purpose Solution cleans, loosens, and removes the accumulation of film, protein, and other deposits and debris from soft contact lenses. This product removes protein most effectively when used daily, and destroys harmful micro-organisms that can form and collect on the surface of contact lenses.
Rub & Rinse Instructions
Step 1: Cleaning & Protein Removal
Completely soak each side of your contact lens. Rub lens in the palm of your hand for approximately 20 seconds. Be sure to clean both sides. No additional daily cleanser is needed when this solution.
Step 2: Rinsing
Thoroughly rinse each side of the lens for 10 seconds in order to remove all debris.
Step 3: Disinfection & Storage
Fill your contact lens case with fresh solution and place the lenses in the storage compartments. Close the case and tighten. Allow lenses to soak for at least 4 hours. Do not leave contact lens solution in the case for later use.
After four hours, your lenses are ready to wear. A saline rinse is not necessary. If any debris remain on your contact lenses, rinse with biofresh Multi-Purpose Solution. Always remember to follow your eye care professional's instructions, as they may differ from these instructions.
Lens Handling Tips & Best Practices
By adding biofresh Multi-Purpose Solution to your contact lens care arsenal, you'll be taking proactive measures to protect your eyes from protein and other deposits. For more information about biofresh Multi-Purpose Solution and proper contact lens care, visit your eye care provider and follow the below tips:
- Always wash and rinse your hands before handling contact lenses or touching your eyes,
- Clean, rinse, and disinfect your lenses each time you remove them,
- Always handle the same lens, the right or the left, first in order to avoid mix-ups,
- Always clean and dry your lens case when not in use, and
- Do not leave used solution in your lens case between uses.