How do you use Opti-Free solution?
- 1 How do you use Opti-Free solution?
- 2 Can I put Opti-Free Replenish in my eyes?
- 3 Is Opti-Free Replenish being discontinued?
- 4 Is Opti-Free pure moist or replenish better?
- 5 How long does Opti-Free last?
- 6 Is Opti-Free PureMoist a saline solution?
- 7 Which Opti Free solution is best?
- 8 How long does Opti Free last?
- 9 Which Opti-Free solution is best?
- 10 Is it bad to rinse eyes with contact solution?
- 11 What can I use if I don’t have lens solution?
- 12 Can I use water instead of contact solution for one night?
How do you use Opti-Free solution?
Follow these steps:
- Fill the empty lens. case with solution.
- Wet each side of the. lens with the solution.
- Rub each lens for 20. seconds with your finger.
- Rinse each side of the lens. for 10 seconds with a. steady stream of solution.
- Place lenses in the case, tighten the. lids and wait overnight or at. least six hours.
Can I put Opti-Free Replenish in my eyes?
A: Yes. They are designed for use while your lenses are in your eye. A: Opti-Free multi-purpose solutions are formulated for cleaning, disinfecting, and rinsing your lenses immediately before putting them in your eyes.
Is Opti-Free Replenish being discontinued?
Thank you for your feedback. While OPTI-FREE Express has been discontinued, our OPTI-FREE Replenish multi-purpose contact lens solution and OPTI-FREE Puremoist multi-purpose contact lens solutions are available at most retailers. Your eye care doctor can help you decided which formulation would work best for you.
Is Opti-Free pure moist or replenish better?
Puremoist has a higher concentration of the cleaning preservative keeping silicone hydrogen lenses lipid deposit free therefore maintaining higher moisture level on lens surfaces. If you wear non silicone hydrogen replenish will be just fine as they are nearly identical in chemistry and composition. hope this helps.
How long does Opti-Free last?
Storage: You may leave your lenses in the unopened lens case for up to 30 days. After use, always empty and rinse the lens case with fresh Opti-Free® Replenish® multi-purpose disinfecting solution and allow to air dry….
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Is Opti-Free PureMoist a saline solution?
Some people call contact lens solution “saline solution”. OPTI-FREE® PureMoist® multi-purpose disinfecting solution can rinse, clean, store and disinfect contact lenses, without the need for other products.
Which Opti Free solution is best?
For optimal comfort, we recommend OPTI-FREE® Puremoist®. It contains HydraGlyde® Moisture Matrix which provides comfort from morning ’til night.
How long does Opti Free last?
Which Opti-Free solution is best?
Is it bad to rinse eyes with contact solution?
It’s primary usage is to clean lenses of daily buildup of germs and other particles, and it should not be used to rinse out your eye or lens. If you use contact lens solution as a rewetting drop, you’re actually harming your tear film, which in turn will dry out and irritate your eye.
What can I use if I don’t have lens solution?
5 Handy Substitutes for Contact Lens Solution
- Hydrogen Peroxide. If there’s one outstanding replacement for having to buy lens solutions that disinfect and cleans your lenses, it’s hydrogen peroxide.
- Saline Solution (Saline Nasal Spray)
- Distilled water.
- Eye Refreshing Drops.
- Home-Made Saline Solution.
Can I use water instead of contact solution for one night?
You might think that keeping your lenses in water, just for one night, won’t be a problem, but this is a really big no-no! Water, regardless of where it’s from, contains bacteria that can cause eye infections.