DO NOT WEAR YOUR LENSES WHILE SLEEPING.
Your Eye Care Professional will determine your wearing schedule (how long you should wear your lenses each day) and your replacement schedule (when you should discard your lenses and use new ones). When prescribed for frequent/planned replacement wear, you may clean and disinfect the lenses using a chemical disinfection system only. Your lenses are intended for daily wear for monthly replacement.
DO NOT USE these lenses when you have any of the following conditions:
-Inflammation or infection in or around the eye or eyelids
-Any eye disease, injury, or abnormality that affects the cornea, conjunctiva, or eyelids
-Any previously diagnosed condition that makes contact lens wear uncomfortable
-Severe dry eye
-Reduced corneal sensitivity
-Any systemic disease that may affect the eye or be made worse by wearing contact lenses
-Allergic reactions on the surface of the eye or surrounding tissues that may be induced or made worse by wearing contact lenses or use of contact lens solutions
-Irritation of the eye caused by allergic reactions to ingredients in contact lens solutions (e.g., cleaning and disinfecting solutions, rewetting drops, etc.). These solutions may contain chemicals or preservatives (such as mercury, Thimerosal,etc.) to which some people may develop an allergic response.
-Any active eye infection
-If eyes become red or irritated
Last updated: 2021/1/1