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Alcon Opti-Free Lens Case


Alcon Opti-Free Lens Case. Item Number.:B10032215.
NDC: 00065018002
UPC Barcode :
Supplier: 0050001067 ALCON VISION CARE GRP
Supplier Material : 018002
Fine Line Class : 190019301931 Eye Glass & Lens Accessories
Product Category : GM General Merchandise
Product Type : GMR General Merchandise

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Product Description.:

The Alcon Opti-Free Replenish Contact Lens Case makes storing and carrying your contact lenses easier. This contact lens case is very lightweight and portable allowing you to carry it easily while traveling. Keep this handy case in your handbag or purse for anytime use. This case is great for storing different types of lenses such as soft, hard, and rigid gas permeable. The lids close tightly so that your lenses will be safe inside the carrying case. This contact lens carrying case must be cleaned regularly to avoid infectious germ growth.


Before initial use, wash your lens case well with your daily cleaning/multi-purpose solution and rinse with your rinsing/multi-purpose solution. Use this method to clean the lens case weekly. Do not use soaps, detergents or other household cleaners. After you remove your lenses from the lens case, empty and rinse it with fresh rinsing/multi-purpose solution and allow it to air dry. Always store lenses in fresh solution. Never reuse the solution.


Lens cases can be a significant source of microbial contamination. To help prevent eye infections, lens cases should be properly cleaned, rinsed and air dried. Lens cases should be replaced every few months or as directed by your eye care practitioner. Use of this lens case with heat may cause warpage. USE FOR STORAGE DURING CHEMICAL DISINFECTION ONLY. DO NOT USE WITH HEAT. Some chemical and hydrogen peroxide systems require special contact lens cases. Follow the manufacturer's instructions or consult your eye care practitioner. If you experience irritation, redness, excessive tearing, unusual secretions or changes in vision, remove your lenses and consult your eye care practitioner immediately.