Bausch & Lomb Sensitive Eyes Saline Solution 500ml Pack Of 3

Bausch & Lomb Sensitive Eyes Saline Solution 500ml Pack Of 3

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A gentle balanced formula which contains Potassium, an ingredient found in natural tears. Sensitive EyesTM Plus Saline Solution is a sterile, isotonic, borate-buffered solution that can be used for rinsing after contact lens cleaning and before replacement in the eye. Directions INDICATIONS: B & L Sensitive Eyes Plus Saline Solution is a sterile preserved solution for rinsing after cleaning and before lens placement on the eye. For use with heat disinfection of soft contact lenses, chemical disinfection (cold) or hydrogen peroxide systems. It can also be used as a diluent for enzymatic tablets. DIRECTIONS OF USE Rinsing after cleaning: Clean your lenses with a daily cleaner as instructed by your eye care practitioner. After cleaning, thoroughly rinse lenses with B & L Sensitive Eyes Plus Saline Solution by holding the lens between the index finger and the thumb or placing it in the palm of the hand. Direct a steady stream of B & L Sensitive Eyes Plus Saline Solution onto the lens. Heat Disinfection of Soft Contact Lenses: Fill the chambers of your lens storage case 2/3 full with fresh B & L Sensitive Eyes Plus Saline Solution. Place the cleaned soft contact lenses into the appropriate chambers. Tightly close the caps of the chambers. Place the lens storage case into the disinfecting unit and follow the operating instructions for the unit. After disinfection, your lenses are ready for placement on the eye. Chemical Disinfection and Hydrogen Peroxide Systems: Clean, rinse and disinfect your lenses as directed by your eye care practitioner. Before placing the lenses on your eyes, rinse them thoroughly with B & L Sensitive Eyes Plus Saline Solution. Lenses that are disinfected may absorb ingredients from the disinfecting solution which may cause irritation to the eye. A final rinse may reduce the potential for irritation. Protein Removal/Enzyme Tablets: Clean and rinse your lenses as directed by your eye care practitioner