Wearing and maintenance

Thank you for ordering Fall in Eyez (R) color contact lenses.
Here we will explain how to wear color contacts, remove protein deposits, store your contacts, and daily maintenance.
It may seem annoying, but please read from start to finish.

From delivery to usage

  • Verify that the packaging is not damaged or already open.
  • Always wash your hands thoroughly before handling color contacts.
  • Take care not to touch your contacts with your nails or other sharp objects when handling them.
  • Read more about how to open the bottle here.
  • Verify before use whether your contacts are sanitary and undamaged and clean them.
  • Verify that the your contacts are the correct ones.
    If worn while reversed, your contacts may shift position or fall out when blinking.
  • If one of your contacts are stuck folded in half, place the contact in the palm of your hand, cover it with a sufficient amount of cleaning solution, and gently rub the contact with your index finger until it unfolds. If that fails, fill your lens case with cleaning solution, place the contact in the lens case, and wait until the contact unfolds.
  • Please limit your first usage of the contacts to under four hours. As you get used to wearing contacts, you can gradually extend the amount of time you wear them. However, limit usage to less than 10 hours per day.
  • When not necessary or when sleeping, always remove your contacts.

Checklist when putting in contacts

Before putting in your contacts, always make sure there is no discharge in or around the eyes and that the eyes are not bloodshot. Also make sure that it doesn't feel like there is anything in your eye other than the contacts themselves after putting them in.
If anything feels even slightly out of the ordinary, do not wear your contacts and quickly consult with a specialist or get examined by an ophthalmologist.

  • Cut your nails short and keep the ends round and smooth to prevent damage to your eyes and contacts.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
    If your hands are dirty, deposits will build up on your contact, which can damage your eyes during use.
  • Do not use cosmetics (hand creams), etc. on your hands before cleaning your contacts.
    Such items can dirty or degrade your contacts, making them unusable.
  • Verify that there are no problems with your contacts such as foreign substances, tears, stains, deformations, or changes in color.
    If worn reversed or used with the wrong eye (e.g., right contact with left eye), your contacts may feel strange or fall out easily.

How to put in contacts

  1. 1.Place the contact on the tip of the index finger of the hand opposite to the eye the contact will go in and check the appearance of the contact.
  2. 2.Use the middle finger of the same hand to hold the lower eyelid open. Hold it down so that you cannot blink.
  3. 3.Use the thumb and index finger of your other hand to hold your eye wide open.
  4. 4.Look straight forward. Place the contact directly above the iris.
  5. 5.Check in the mirror whether the contact has been placed correctly over the iris. Slowly remove your fingers.
  6. 6.Blink repeatedly.

Dos and don'ts when wearing contacts (please also read the manual carefully)

  • Do no wear contacts for more than 10 hours per day.
  • Do not share your contacts with other people; this may harm your eyes.
  • Do not wear contacts while sleeping.
  • Use storage and cleaning solutions and keep your contacts and lens case clean.
  • If your eyes hurt or become bloodshot, immediately get examined by an ophthalmologist and follow their directions.
  • Stop using contacts if they feel uncomfortable or your vision becomes blurry.
  • Do not swim in the ocean or a pool while wearing contacts.
  • When taking a bath or shower, take care that water and soap do not get in your eyes.
  • Unfortunately, poor quality color contacts are available on the market.
    We recommend that you avoid using inferior products that do not include manuals, etc.

How to remove contacts

*First wash your hands thoroughly.

  1. 1.Look in a mirror and check the position of your contacts. Look up.
  2. 2.Open your eyes wide. Using a finger on the same side as the eye from which you will remove the contact, gently hold down the lower eyelid.
  3. 3.Continue holding down the eyelid and use the index finger and thumb of your other hand to gently pinch and pull away the contact from the eye.

How to remove protein deposits and disinfect contacts

Wash, rinse, store, remove protein deposits, disinfect

  1. 1.Fill you lens case with cleaning (storage) solution and add a drop of protein removal solution to the left and right cup.
  2. 2.Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
    Place a contact in the palm of your hand, cover with 3 to 5 drops of cleaning solution, and gently rub in your hand for approximately 10 seconds.
    *Do not rub in a circular motion; this may damage your color contacts.
  3. 3.Flip the contact over and again cover the other side with 3 to 5 drops of cleaning fluid, gently rubbing for an additional 10 seconds.
  4. 4.Fill your palm with an amount of cleaning solution sufficient to completely cover the contact and rinse both sides for approximately 10 seconds each, removing any residual substances on the lens surface.
  5. 5.Fill the lens case with cleaning and sterilizing solution and protein removing solution as necessary, place your contacts inside, screw the caps on tightly, and let sit for more than four hours (after which your contacts will be sterilized).

How to store

*Use a dedicated lens case and the special color contact storage fluid when storing color contacts.

  1. 1.Wash the case thoroughly and fill the left and right cups with storage fluid and place the thoroughly cleaned contact lenses inside.
  2. 2.Make sure the lenses have been placed correctly and screw the caps on tightly.
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