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Can color contacts be used right out of the bottle they arrive in?
The bottles color contacts come in are filled with an isotonic saline solution.
Please rinse them once with cleaning solution before wearing.
I can't figure out how to open the bottle.
Please see these instructions with figures.
My eyes often get dry; can I use eye drops while wearing my contacts?
Please be aware that, in general, only special eye drops for contact lens wearers can be used while wearing contacts.
How should I care for my color contacts?
Color contacts contain a large moisture content, so make sure to care for them every day.
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before handling your lenses and rub them gently to clean them.
Please use care products for soft contact lenses and use storage, disinfectant, and protein removal solutions correctly.

*Do not use hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, or l-menthol when disinfecting Fall in Eyez(R)soft contact lenses
(tell the staff at your nearest drug store that you would like to disinfect your color contacts and they will show you the right products to use).
We recommend Renu Sensitive and Renu Fresh for washing, disinfecting, rinsing, and storing; and Renu Daily Protein Remover for eliminating protein deposits.
How should I care for my Fall in Eyez(R) color contacts (protein removal)?
Protein deposits inevitably build up on contacts when wearing them, which can not only make wearing them uncomfortable, but can also cause damage to the cornea and allergic conjunctivitis if left alone, so always take measures to remove protein deposits on your lenses.
Even if you are using an all-in-one solution (rinsing, storage, protein removal type), using a dedicated protein removal solution is effective at thoroughly removing deposits on your contact lenses.
We recommend Renu Daily Protein Remover.
How often should I use a protein removal solution?
As this will vary depending on the state of your eyes and the protein removal solution being used, we cannot offer a precise answer.
However, adding a drop of Renu Daily Protein Remover to your soft contact lens disinfectant every day will disinfect your contacts while removing protein deposits at the same time.
Once you have begun a protein deposit removal regiment, wait four hours before wearing your lenses again (if you wear them before then, deposits may not fully be removed).
What should I use for a cleaning solution and protein remover?
As have haven't tried all of the protein removers on the market, we can't offer a precise answer, but if a solution isn't suitable for your eyes, it can lead to eye health problems.
In general, the solutions of every company are fine to use. However, we have found that Renu Sensitive or Renu Refresh and Renu Daily Protein Remover make for a good combination and work well with our contacts, so we recommend their use.
What is cold sterilization?
Color contacts must be sterilized every day.
Cold sterilization is the chemical sterilization of contact lenses without using a sterilizer to heat and boil the lenses.
It's a simple and easy, and also gentle way to sterilize your color contacts.
Is it necessary to clean the lens case too?
It is necessary to wash and dry your lens case as well.
Please use the same cleaning solution you use for your contacts and not tap water when cleaning your lens case.
Is it okay to take a nap while wearing my contacts?
As it can prevent your eyes from getting the oxygen they need and can negatively influence your eyes, always remove your contacts even when just taking a nap.
Is it okay to take a shower, swim, or use a sauna while wearing my contacts?
Shower: Take care that no water or soap gets in your eyes.
Swimming: As your contacts could get washed out, we recommend not wearing them while swimming.
Sauna: As your contacts could get dried out, we recommend not wearing them in a sauna.
Is it okay to rinse my contacts with water?
Tap water may contain microbes. For safety, do not use tap water.
It's been more than a month since I opened them, but can I still use my contacts?
Please refrain from using contacts past their one month use period and order a new set.
How often should I receive an ophthalmological examination?
We recommend getting an exam once every three months.
What kind of eye drops can I use?
Do not use prescription steroidal medications, anti-inflammatory eye drops, or glaucoma medications while wearing contacts.
Eye drops sold at pharmacies and drug stores can be divided into two broad categories; eye drops for contact lens wearers and regular eye drops.
Regular eye drops are effective against eye strain and bloodshot eyes, but they can contain substances that could damage your contacts (i-menthol, etc.), so we do not recommend their use.

Make sure to ask your pharmacist and medical specialist about eye drops for soft contact lens wearers and which ones are appropriate for your eyes.
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