Solution Refine One Step 2x 360 ml
Refine One Step – hydrogen peroxide solution
Refine One Step is a preservative-free, one-step peroxide system by CooperVision. Peroxide solutions are among the most effective cleaning solutions for soft contact lenses. Thanks to the hydrogen peroxide, the lenses are optimally disinfected, perfectly cleaned and very well lubricated.
Zero phosphates and preservatives
Refine One Step does not contain preservatives and is therefore particularly suitable for users with allergies or sensitive eyes.
How to use Refine One Step solution correctly?
Hydrogen peroxide needs to always be
neutralized before it becomes safe for the eyes. Refine One Step
solution contains 3% hydrogen peroxide, and comes with a special lens cleaning
case that contains a built-in platinum disc neutralizer. You MUST always
use this case.
Simply put your lenses in the baskets of the lens holder, and fill the case with solution up to the marked line. Place the lens holder inside the lens case and close the cap securely. The solution will start to bubble. Ensure the lens case is in an upright position and that your lenses are fully immersed. Allow your lenses to soak for at least 6 hours or overnight prior to applying onto the eyes. Do not shake the lens case or turn it upside down during the disinfection process. After at least 6 hours, the solution has been neutralized and the lenses are then ready for use.
If the lenses are stored in the case for more than 7 days, discard the solution and restart the cleaning process and neutralization with fresh solution.
Never rinse contact lenses with peroxide
solution immediately before use! Unneutralized solution may burn or
hurt eye tissue.
Use only the special case with a neutralizing disc to clean the contact lenses.
Always wait until the cleaning process has been completed. At this point, the bubbles that are released during the chemical cleaning process will no longer be visible.
Always fill the case with solution up to the marked line. Underfill and the lenses might not be properly cleaned. Overfill and you run the risk of spilling unneutralized peroxide.