Reclens Mps 360ml + 120ml with Lens Case
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Each Reclens MPS bottle comes with a sealed tip. Please remove the safety ring and screw the cap tightly on the cone. This will pierce the tip and the bottle is ready for use. The pin in the cap will serve as the stopper after the first use.
- Cleaning - Place the contact lens on the palm of your hand. Follow instructions from your optometrist. For permanent lenses, rubbing gently both sides of the lenses with few drops of Reclens MPS is required to remove biofilm (protein and lipids) deposits.
- Rinsing - Rinse both sides of the lens thoroughly with Reclens MPS for 5 seconds to remove debris.
- Storage - Place your contact lens in the case filled with fresh Reclens MPS solution. (Soak for at least 4 hours).
- Rinse your contact lenses every time with Reclens MPS prior to insertion. Discard the solution in the case and wash the lens case clean and air dry, including the covers.
Change your lens case at least once every three months.
Reclens Multi-Purpose Solution cleans and disinfects all soft contact lenses without the need for rubbing. With its new unique formula of HPMC ((KEYWORD REMOVED)), PHMB (polyhexamethylene biguanide), and Polaxamer in a borate buffered solution, it removes dirt and locks in moisture for lasting comfort all day.
For use as a cleaning, biofilm (protein and lipids) removing, disinfecting, storing, rinsing, wetting, lubricating, moisture retaining, comfort-enhancing solution for all soft contact lenses. It is so gentle that it can be used without a separate rinsing solution.
HMPC is a lubricating and wetting agent that relieves dryness and irritation in the eye, by forming a lubricating shield on the lens, keeping in moisture and preventing dryness for all day comfort.
PHMB is a powerful antimicrobial, antifungal agent. It is eye friendly because of its non-adherence to contact lenses.
The high ionic molecules of reclens Multi-Purpose Solution pull charged protein molecules away from the lens, thus enhancing the release of protein deposits from the lens.