EasySept 360 ml is a peroxide solution
suitable for cleaning and disinfecting all types of soft contact lenses,
including silicone hydrogel and gas permeable. This solution is produced by
Bausch and Lomb and effectively removes debris and proteins that can accumulate
on lenses during wear.
apply peroxide solution
directly into the eyes, as it can cause serious injury. Never
a flat contact lens case with peroxide solution. Use only the special case that
contains a neutralizing disc that is included with the solution.
remove the lenses from the special case before completion of the
neutralisation process (at least 6 hours). Never
case with solution. Leaked and non-neutralised solution can inadvertently come
into contact with lenses or your fingers, causing injury.
How does EasySept work?
The solution is made up of 3% hydrogen peroxide
that acts as a disinfectant, effectively destroying all pathogenic
microorganisms. EasySept solution removes dirt and deposits during the cleaning
process to ensure that the solution is effectively neutralised and will not
cause discomfort or injury when the clean lenses are applied.
How to use EasySept
When using EasySept solution, it is very important to
follow the procedure below. 1. Always handle lenses with clean
hands. Wash and dry hands with a clean towel before handling your
lenses. 2. Make sure that the supplied lens case contains a
neutralising disk. 3. After removing the lens from your eye,
place it in your palm, apply a few drops of solution, and then gently rub
the lens. 4. Open the case and place one contact lens in each
container basket. Always make sure that your left lens is placed in the basket
marked with the letter L and the right lens in the basket marked with R.
Carefully close the lens baskets. 5. Fill the case with the
peroxide solution to the indicated fill line, and screw the cap into
the case. 6. Allow the reaction and neutralisation to occur
for at least 6 hours . Keep the case upright, and do not turn or shake
it during this process. 7. The chemical reaction is complete
when there are no more visible bubbles generated by the decomposition of
peroxide into water. 8. After 6 hours, the lenses can be
removed, and the remaining solution must be discarded. Rinse the case with
saline solution, and allow it to air dry. 9. Before inserting
the lens into the eye, it can be rinsed with pure saline solution. Do not rinse
lenses with peroxide solution.