For All Soft Contact Lenses Including Silicone Hydrogel Lenses and Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses
Experience the Comfort for Yourself
Enhanced Moisture Formula Bausch + Lomb® PeroxiClear™ features Triple-Moist Technology™, a unique combination of ingredients that attracts, retains, and spreads moisture over the surface of your contact lens, allowing you to wear your contact lenses comfortably all day long.
Active Cleaning System Bubbles aid the removal of protein and lipid deposits while the solution kills 99.9% of germs* for clean, comfortable lenses.
Unique Neutralization Process Bausch + Lomb PeroxiClear was carefully formulated so that your lenses are ready to wear after just 4 hours of soaking in PeroxiClear.
If you choose to rinse your lenses with sterile saline after soaking them for 4 hours in PeroxiClear, we recommend that you use Bausch + Lomb Sensitive Eyes® Plus Saline.
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*Based on ISO 14729 testing against the 5 panel organisms.
If you are allergic to any ingredient in this product, do not use
Do not use flat lens case. Always use the enclosed special lens case and neutralizing disc with PeroxiClear
Never insert PeroxiClear solution directly into the eye. Do not place your lens into the eye until complete neutralization of the solution has occurred (minimum 4 hours)
Do not rinse lenses with PeroxiClear solution prior to inserting lenses into your eyes. If you want to rinse lenses, use a sterile saline solution
Do not reuse or ®top off® old solution left in your lens case. ®Topping off® is the addition of fresh solution to the used solution that has been sitting in your lens case
Always discard any remaining solution from lens case after each use. Do not use water to care for your lenses. PeroxiClear is not a multi-purpose solution
Failure to follow these warnings may lead to contamination resulting in serious eye infections or injury and potential loss of vision. See package insert for complete directions for use and important safety information. Precautions: Always discard solution from lens case after each use. Keep the bottle tightly closed when not in use. Store at room temperature. Do not freeze. Discard bottle and lens case 90 days after opening or after 35 uses, whichever occurs first. Keep out of reach of children. Red tip means do not put peroxide solution directly in the eye. If you need to report an adverse event, call 1-800-553-5340.
Place lenses in special lens case baskets. Only use the lens case provided
Rinse each lens for 5 seconds with PeroxiClear over a sink or basin
Fill lens case to line with PeroxiClear and secure lid. Do not invert or shake case
Leave soaking in lens case for at least 4 hours
Lenses are ready to use. No final rinse with saline is necessary. If desired, each side of the lens may be rinsed for 5 seconds (for a total of 10 seconds) with a sterile saline prior to inserting
Always follow the instructions for use and allow to soak for at least 4 hours. Do not rinse lenses with PeroxiClear before inserting in eyes, or burning and stinging will result. If you accidentally get unneutralized PeroxiClear in your eyes, remove lenses immediately and flush eyes with large amounts of water or sterile saline. If burning or irritation continues seek help from an eye care professional. Storage: You may store your lenses for a maximum of 7 days in the unopened lens case. If stored longer than 7 days before wear, you must repeat the cleaning and disinfecting cycle prior to wearing your lenses.
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