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Lid and lash irrigating and moistening spray to be utilized by patients for at-home maintenance.
Each bottle contains a 3-month supply (3 oz).
- Hypochlorous Solution
- Lid and Lash Irrigating & Moistening Spray
- Powerful Clarifier
- Provides Soothing Relief
Hypochlorous Acid Technology (0.024%), Electrolyzed Water, Sodium Chloride, Phosphates, Sodium Hypochlorite.
Storage: Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight and heat. Thaw and shake contents before use if frozen. Do not use after the expiration date. Close the dispenser after use. No special disposal is required.
Tips for Handling & Caring for Scleral Lenses
- Thoroughly wash your hands with mild, lotion-free soap, and dry them with a clean, lint-free towel before inserting and removing lenses.
- Use fresh solution every time you store lenses. Never re-use or top off an old solution.
- Replace your lens cases every time you buy a new bottle of lens storage solution.
- Never use tap or bottled water on lenses — only < target="_blank" rel="noopener">saline and other approved solutions.
- Fill each scleral lens completely with saline solution before inserting; this will help prevent bubbles.
- Try not to rub your eyes during the day. If lenses feel uncomfortable, remove them, rinse and refill them with saline solution before re-inserting.
Tips for Inserting Scleral Lenses
- Place the lens on the center of the insertion plunger and over-fill the lens bowl with saline solution.
- Hold both eyelids open and place your head so it is parallel with the countertop or table holding your lenses. For extra help, place a mirror flat on the table.
- Use the insertion plunger to gently place the lens onto the eye while keeping both eyelids open. If you push the lens too firmly on the eye, you may experience discomfort and lens fogging.
- Quickly, but gently, release the lower lid, then the upper lid once the lens touches your eye. If a small amount of saline spills out of the bowl, you’ll know you have used enough solution.
- Check that there are no bubbles under the lens and that the lens is centered. If you need to adjust the lens, remove it and re-insert with fresh saline solution.
Tips for Removing Scleral Lenses
- Wet the tip of the removal plunger with saline solution.
- Hold both eyelids open and press the suction cup of the removal plunger onto the bottom, outer portion of the scleral lens.
- Gently pull the removal plunger upwards and outwards from the eye to break suction and remove the lens.
- Store your lenses in a clean case with fresh solution.