Safety Guidelines

Your eyesight is your responsibility, by committing to purchasing these lenses, you would have understood the consequences. 

This site is not responsible for fitting lenses and providing prescriptions, only registered optometrists may do so and you must be sure that your prescriptions submitted are valid and not past your expiry date

The following guidelines will outline post-care steps, however, these are not extensive and you are required to make sure that you take the necessary precautions to ensure the care of your eyesight and lenses.

Failure to follow the correct lens care regime may result in the development of serious eye problems. This site will not be responsible for these adverse developments. 

Cleaning and rinsing are essential to remove mucus, secretions, and deposits which may have accumulated during use. Do this immediately after removing your lenses and prior to disinfection.
Harmful germs can only be removed by cleaning, rinsing and disinfecting.

*Soak your lenses for 6 hours in lens care solutions after opening your vials.

*Use fresh, unexpired lens care solutions.

*Never wear circle lenses for more than 6 hours per day.

*Never use solutions recommended for conventional hard lenses only.

*Never put your lenses in your mouth or use anything other than the recommended solutions for lubricating or wetting your lenses.

*Never rinse them in tap water, since this can contain bacteria that can contaminate or damage your lenses and may lead to eye infection or injury.

*Likewise, do not rinse your lens cases in tap water. Use the lens care solution to rinse out your storage case.

*Since lens cases can be a source of bacteria, after use they should be emptied, cleaned and rinsed with recommended sterile solutions and allowed to air dry.

*Your lens case should also be replaced regularly, as advised by the lens case manufacturer or your Eye care Practitioner.

*Put each lens into the correct chamber of the lens storage system and make sure they are completely immersed in the storage solution when they are not being worn. If lenses are left out for long periods, they may dry out and become brittle.

*Seek the advice of your Eye Care Practitioner if your lenses are to be stored for extended periods.

*Refrain from sleeping in them.

*If you go swimming take them out because the chemicals in a pool are rough on non prescription contact lenses and there is a large amount of contaminants which can harm your eyes.