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Wear & Care


The instructions for using circle lenses do not differ from the instructions for using usual colored contacts, so if you have experience wearing colored lenses, you will not have problems with circle lenses:



  1. Before touching the lenses — whether you want to put them on or remove them — wash your hands with soap. Do not wipe them with a towel because it can contain bacteria.

  2. Don’t use saliva for cleaning the lenses; don’t wash contacts with water, even boiled. The contacts are cleared with and stored in the solution for contact lenses, which you can buy at any pharmacy or optician's salon.

  3. Don’t wear lenses longer than declared by the manufacturer.

  4. It isn't recommended to wear colored lenses longer than 6-8 hours a day, and you shouldn't sleep in them. Also, it's good to give the eyes some rest (at least 1-2 days a week).

  5. Don’t wear lenses when you have such diseases as the flu, for example.

  6. Contacts should be put on before makeup. Before removing makeup, take your contacts out.

  7. Don’t wash your hair with shampoo if you are wearing colored contacts in your eyes. Alternatively, close your eyelids tightly and don't open them until you finish shampooing.

  8. Don’t give your colored contacts to other people to wear or try on. This is a serious violation of hygiene rules.

  9. Don’t use the solution if it has passed the expiry date. Also, don’t reuse the same solution. Additionally, remember that the container in which your colored contacts are stored should be changed at least every 3 months.

  10. It isn’t recommended to swim in water with contact lenses if you don’t use any swimming goggles.

  11. If there is any eye irritation or if redness appears, or if your eyesight changes, it is necessary to go to an ophthalmologist/optometrist as soon as possible.

  12. It is allowed to be engaged in any active sports, including playing hockey, riding a bike, skydiving, and so on with contact lenses.



Using cosmetics when wearing contact lenses:
The main rule is to put contacts on before you apply makeup. Try to use water-based cosmetics when there is a sign V.A. on the package. It is possible to choose products that undergo ophthalmologic control and are thus suitable to be used by those who wear contacts.
Styling sprays in the form of aerosols, as well as various perfumery sprays (perfume extracts, deodorants, etc.), should only be used after putting on contact lenses. When spraying, cover your eyelids tightly, ensuring that no spray gets onto the contact lenses.



Enzymatic long-term lenses cleaning:
Enzymatic cleaners — tablets and solutions — are used if contact lenses need to be deeply and intensively cleaned. These means of fermental cleaning effectively fight against protein pollution, which interferes with normal contact lenses functioning.
Enzymes, as a rule, are not included in usual multi-purpose solution compositions; therefore, it is necessary to apply enzymatic tablets or solutions for more effective cleaning when wearing long-term lenses. There are a number of active components in their composition: protease, pronase, lipase, etc. All of them are produced without the use of raw animal materials.


Usage:
Put your contacts into the container with the solution for lens storage.
Add half-tablets or 3-4 drops of the solution in each compartment of the container.
Keep them there for 7-8 hours.
Carefully wash out your contacts with the solution several times before putting these lenses on.
It is recommended to do enzymatic cleaning at least once a month.
Attention: Peroxide cleaners can lead to fading of a color print! Don’t use them for cleaning color lenses.





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