How do you clean your lenses?
  • Always wash and dry your hands thoroughly.
  • Try to avoid some cream-based soaps as they can cause irritation. Dry your hands with a clean towel instead of paper towels due to fiber residue.
  • Never expose contact lenses to tap water.
  • Clean your contact lenses thoroughly and regularly with fresh lens solution.
  • Always use new lens fluid.
  • When cleaning and storing lenses, never use tap water, saliva, or any other liquid not specifically designed for lens care.
How do you handle the lens case with care?
  • Wash both sides of the box very regularly to wash away bacteria and other contaminant residues.
  • Replace your lens case after about three months.
  • Do not reuse lens solution or transfer it to another bottle.
  • Don't mix up your right and left lens.
When should you not wear contact lenses?
  • Do not swim, shower or visit the sauna while wearing contact lenses.
  • Do not use make-up before putting in your lenses.
  • Do not share contact lenses, liquid and make-up with others.
How do you remove contact lenses?
  • Make sure your hands are clean and dry.
  • Starting with your right eye, look up and gently pull down your lower eyelid with your middle finger.
  • Gently touch the bottom edge of the lens with your index finger and slide it down to the lower white part of your eye.
  • Gently squeeze the lens between thumb and forefinger and remove.
  • Repeat for your left lens.
  • Take off your lenses and consult your doctor if your eyes react irritated to your lenses, with complaints such as pain, red eyes, burning sensation, watery eyes, increasingly poor vision, colored glow around light sources and/or light sensitivity.
  • Take off your lenses when you go to sleep.
  • Don't wear your lenses for too long. Try to keep to the guideline of max. 7 hours a day.
  • Trim your fingernails regularly to make it easier to remove the lenses.
  • Replace lenses if they are damaged or torn, and don't put them back in! Put your lenses in before applying make-up/foundation.
  • Do not wear your contact lenses if you are on medication for your eyes, such as eye drops. Do not use saliva to wet your lenses.
  • Make sure your lenses don't come into contact with hairspray or other cosmetics.
  • Do not wear your lenses in nauseating or irritating smoke.
  • Watch out for extremely hot weather/dry climate. This allows your lenses to dry out faster, which can irritate them.
  • Avoid heat! (not with lenses for the stove, hair dryer, BBQ, heating, etc.)