Saline Solution Contact Lenses

Wearing contact lense may be quiet easy, but its cleanliness and  maintenance at times proves to be a little hard, however, it is necessary that you maintain strict cleanliness process, and ensure that proper solutions are used to rinse and disinfect the lenses. Never ever make the mistake of rinsing contact lenses in water, as water is the major source of germs and bacteria.

One of the solutions for keeping contact lens clean is the saline solution, which is basically saltwater solution, that is manufactured and sold in pressurized cans or plastic bottles, used to clean smudges from contact lenses. It is not a dis-infectant, but it cleanses off the daily dirt that is contact lenses solution accumalated in the lens, but make sure that you do not store the lenses in the saline solution, rather just use it for cleanliness purpose. After that you can continue to store your lens in its own contact lens solution, which will be more safer.

It is recommended that you use these salien solutions for a short term, and do not utilize it too often, rather once in a while is more appropriate. It is always best to use the multipurpose contact lens solution itself, but in case of any emergencies, where you need to take out your lenses for a while then these solutions work affectively. Apart from saline solutions, you have distilled water, and also your own made salt water, but this is too risky, as water itself is not clean. Maintain your lenses well for affective usage, and try not to use any other solutions except for the ones provided.

saline solution When I first got contact lenses over 20 years ago, my eye doctor told me how to make a years worth of saline solution for just a few bucks. Contact Solution Sensitive Eyes Saline Contact Lens Solution (12 fl. oz.) $4.95 Cleans and rinses soft contact lenses. Sterile, buffered, isotonic aqueous solution. Contains Boric Acid, Sodium Borate and Sodium Chloride.
Saline Solution Sensitive Eyes Saline Solution For Soft Contact Lenses 12 fl oz (355 ml) Feature. Cleans and rinses soft contact lenses. Sterile, buffered, isotonic aqueous solution. Contains Boric Acid, Sodium Borate and Sodium Chloride.

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10/7/2009 6:59:47 PM Robbie kim