This package contains two 360ml bottles of AO Sept Plus HydraGlyde solution with long-lasting hydration. Each bottle of solution comes with a special contact lens case that contains the special AO Disc catalysing agent.
AO Sept Plus HydraGlyde® is a peroxide-based solution designed to disinfect all types of soft contact lenses. The moisturising agent HydraGlyde® provides lenses necessary moisture for the entire time they are in the eyes. This solution is packaged with a special case that contains the catalysing agent, AO DISC, which is necessary for the effective operation of the cleaning process. Package contains 2×360 ml bottles of solution and two special contact lens cases.
Never apply peroxide solution directly into the eyes, as it can cause serious injury.
Never use a flat contact lens case with peroxide solution. Use only the special case that contains a neutralising disc that is included with the solution.
Never remove the lenses from the special case before completion of the neutralisation process (at least 6 hours).
Never overfill the case with solution. Leaked and non-neutralised solution can inadvertently come into contact with lenses or your fingers, causing injury.
This is not a multipurpose solution. It is essential to wait for complete neutralisation (minimum 6 hours) during each contact lens cleaning with AOSEPT PLUS HydraGlyde® solution to prevent eye damage due to burns. Use following the advice of your optician.
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The moisturizing HydraGlyde® complex binds to the lens surface where it forms a layer preventing drying for up to 16 hours. Lenses are sufficiently moist and provide exceptional comfort.
The active cleaning ingredient of AO Sept Plus HydraGlyde® contains 3% hydrogen peroxide. During the purification process, the lenses are completely disinfected as the hydrogen peroxide is neutralised, and the resulting solution is a gentle, preservative-free saline solution.
Hydrogen peroxide has the character of a dilute acid, thereby effectively removing any deposits and undesirable microorganisms from the lenses. Direct contact of peroxide with the sensitive tissues of the eye could lead to burns, so it is critical to allow the lenses to neutralize in their case for at least six hours.
The catalytic agent that is required to completely neutralize the solution is the AO Disc. This neutralizing disc is included in the special lens case, which is part of every solution package.
Contact lenses must be stored in their special case, which should then be adequately filled with solution. The lenses should be stored like this for at least six hours to ensure complete neutralisation of the solution. The lenses may be stored in solution for up to two weeks, but after this time, the solution must be discarded and changed.
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