It is imperative that you practice good hygiene when handling your lenses.
1. Once you have received your lenses, first inspect that they are intact without any tears or other damages.
2. Open each blister pack and remove your lenses and rinse them using sterile saline contact lens solution.
3. Store your lenses in the included lens case with sterile saline solution overnight prior to your first use.
Methods for inserting your lenses differ from person to person. Here is a guide on how we recommend you insert your lenses.
1. Thoroughly wash your hands
2. Remove one lens from your lens case and place it in the palm of your hand. Rub the lens using a few drops of your saline solution
3. Place the lens on the tip of your index finger, ensuring that it is not inside out by examining the shape to see that it is perfectly round and shaped like a bowl
4. Pull down your lower eyelid with one finger, and pull up your upper eyelid with another finger, to open your eye up widely
5. Carefully place the lens onto the centre of your eye and blink to secure the lens in its place
6. If you are having difficulty securing it, add a few drops of the saline solution inside the “bowl” to moisten it and try again
1. Thoroughly wash your hands
2. Just like how you inserted the lens, Pull down your lower eyelid with one finger, and pull up your upper eyelid with another finger, to open your eye up widely
3. Carefully pinch the lens with your thumb and index finger to remove the lens
4. If you are having difficulty with removing the lens, add some moisture using the saline solution, as dryness between your lens and eye can cause a suction effect making removal slightly more difficult
5. Rinse the lens in the palm of your hand by adding a few drops of the saline solution and rubbing the lens
6. Store the lenses in the lens case with fresh saline solution every time after us.
1. Ensure you always use sterile saline contact lens solution to clean your contact lenses.
2. You must use fresh solution when storing your contact lenses in the lens case after every use to avoid bacteria and any possible infections.
3. Do not use tap water or other liquids to clean your lenses, as it may cause eye infection and/or damage your lenses.
4. Use eye drops or your sterile saline solution to moisten your eyes if they ever feel dry
5. Store the lenses at room temperature in a cool, dry place.
6. Do not wear your lenses for more than 8 continuous hours a day.
7. Do not sleep with your contact lenses as this can cause the lens to stick to your cornea, as well as causing irritation and bacterial infections.
8. It is not advised to wear your lenses while swimming or showering.
9. Never share your lenses with other people as this can cause infection
10. If you experience discomfort or pain, remove your lenses immediately and wash out your eye with clean water. If irritation continues, see your healthcare professional.
The cosmetic contact lens industry is a "Buyer Beware Industry". In compliance with health and safety regulations, once your contact lenses have been opened - they cannot be returned.
By purchasing your contact lenses, you acknowledge that you have accepted our terms and conditions as stated on our website, as well as the terms stated within our refund policy. It is essential that you adhere to the care instructions provided to you to ensure the safety of your eyes and longevity of your lenses.
· It should be noted that problems with contact lenses and lens care products could result in serious injury to the eye, therefore it is imperative you follow all care and cleanliness instructions when handling and wearing your lenses. Bright Eyes Contacts will not be held liable for any injuries or damages suffered as a result of negligent or incorrect care and handling practices.
· If you experience:
2. Excessive Tearing
3. Change in Vision
4. Loss of Vision
6. Any Other Eye Problems
Remove your lenses immediately and contact your healthcare professional.
· If any chemicals of any kind are splashed into the eyes, immediately flush eyes with clean tap water and contact your eye care practitioner or visit a hospital emergency room without delay
· It is important to use clean, fresh sterile saline lens solution to clean and store your lenses before and after each use. You should not use water or any other liquids to clean and store your lenses.
· When cleaning your lenses you should rub and rinse the lenses using sterile saline solution to disinfect them.
· If your lenses have been in contact with potentially contaminated water, such as that in swimming pools, lakes, or oceans; you should then discard your lenses and purchase a new pair to avoid potential infections.
· Please ensure you check your use by date of your sterile saline solution, as using expired solution could result in contamination of the lenses and can lead to severe infection, vision loss or blindness.