Contacts - Multi Purpose

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  • Ask: What is multi purpose solution contacts?

    Answer: Multipurpose contact lens solutions also are called “no-rub” solutions, because they are designed to adequately clean and disinfect lenses with a simple rinse-and-store method, eliminating the need to mechanically rub the lenses to remove lens deposits.

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  • Ask: What contact solution should I use?

    Answer: Multipurpose solution is an all-in-one care system used to clean, rinse, disinfect, and store soft contact lenses. This solution is the most commonly used care system among soft contact lens wearers.

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  • Ask: Can you put contact solution in your eyes with contacts?

    Answer: Hydrogen peroxide solutions are an excellent choice for cleaning and disinfecting contact lenses. Since hydrogen peroxide tends to be hypoallergenic, this type of solution is often best for people with solution sensitivities or allergies.

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  • Ask: Is all contact solution the same?

    Answer: Lenses can safely be stored in contact solution when not in use, where they will be kept sterile and hydrated. Saline solution is a simple, pH-balanced saltwater solution that can be used to rinse off your lenses before inserting them.

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  • Ask: Can I put multi purpose contact solution in my eye?

    Answer: Hydrogen peroxide solutions are an excellent choice for cleaning and disinfecting contact lenses. Since hydrogen peroxide tends to be hypoallergenic, this type of solution is often best for people with solution sensitivities or allergies.

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  • Ask: What can I put my contacts in without solution?

    Answer: NO! Do not do it. Unless you mean saline solution, the regular contact solution contains enzymes that are designed to break down the proteins in your eyes that have adhered to your contact lenses. So it is very very bad for your eyes!

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