Item No. 0304137
Clear and Clean increases comfort and reduces lens related dryness and irritation. The ideal solution for your soft and RPG lenses. It removes daily protein build up while disinfecting and cleaning contact lenses with the bubbling power of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide. The Triple action cleaning system includes a free lens case with the neutralizing disc. Enjoy the most comfortable and cleanest lenses with no known contraindications.
Features & Benefits:
- Gentle comfort even for sensitive eyes
- No rubbing just rinse, fill and soak.
- Deep cleans
- Loosen dirt
Contact lens solution is eligible for FSA and HSA reimbursement. For any questions you may have regarding FSAs or HSAs, please browse our FAQ.
|Product Name||Clear Care Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution, Triple Action Cleaning, 12 fl oz - 2 ct|
|Container Type||plastic bottle|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
To ensure proper disinfection of your lenses you must follow the instructions completely. Do not skip any steps. Always wash and rinse your hands before handling your lenses. Please refer to the package insert printed on the inside of this carton for special instructions for rgp lenses. Watch the bubbles go to work 1. Remove and place each lens into the appropriately marked l/r domed lens holder. Rinse with clear care solution for 5 seconds. 2. Fill the clear care lens case to the fill line with clear care solution and place the lens holder in the case. 3. Tighten the cap on the clear care lens case and store lenses for at least 6 hours. Do not shake the case. Your lenses are ready to wear after soaking for 6 hours. No final rinse with saline is necessary. Dispose of your old clear care lens case with each new purchase of clear care solution. Always follow your eye care professionals instructions. Please refer to the package insert printed on the inside of this carton for detailed directions and important safety information. Keep clear care out of reach of children. Store at room temperature. Once bottle is open, discard any remaining solution after 3 months.
Clear care one bottle cleaning and disinfecting solution is a sterile solution containing micro-filtered hydrogen peroxide (3%), sodium chloride (0.79%), Stabilized with phosphoric acid, a phosphate buffered systemand pluronic 17r4 (a cleaning agent).
Do not use if safety seal around the bottle cap is broken or missing or if the carton is opened or damaged. Contraindications: there are no known contraindications for use of clear care solution. If you are allergic to any ingredient in this solution, do not use. Do not squirt clear care directly into your eyes or burning and stinging will result. Do not use flat lens case. Clear care only works with the special lens case provided. Do not remove lenses from case for at least 6 hours. The solution needs time to neutralize. Never rinse your contact lenses with clear care before you put them in your eyes. If you want to rinse your lenses, use sterile saline. If neutralized clear care solution gets into your eyes, it will cause burning and stinging. If this happens, remove your contact lenses immediately and flush eyes with a large amount of water or sterile saline. If burning or irritation continues, seek immediate assistance from an eye care professional
Contacts Feel Like NEWI've been using the bubbly solution for over 5 years and I love it. Contacts feel fresh longer and last longer. This is the only solution I ever use other than saline solution used for rinsing the contacts. The Hydraglide version of this product makes your contact have grease on the lenses, so blurry vision. The original is the BEST.
WARNING: must keep in solution for a minimum of 6 hours or else your contacts will feel like death and pain slapping the inside of your eye sockets without any ability to make the pain stop without flushing for over 3 minutes. Do NOT use this solution for rinsing your contacts (never ever = pain and more pain followed by 3 minutes of flushing your eyes with cool water).
they liedI have used this product for 10+yrs with no complaint. Recently no amount of time in the solution will neutralize the peroxide. Is this a quality control issue?