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Walgreens Sterile Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning & Disinfecting Lens Care System 24 oz

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Walgreens Sterile Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning & Disinfecting Lens Care System, 2 ea
 
3.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

Works Perfect For Soft Contacts

By Shannon

from Thornton, CO

describe yourself Average Health

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Cleans soft contacts
  • Cost Effective

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Daily Use

    Comments about Walgreens Sterile Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning & Disinfecting Lens Care System, 2 ea:

    I have read how other people didn't like the contact carrier that comes with the cleaning system but remember that it is only a temporary, throw away carrier. It isn't meant to last and for that, they work just fine. I throw it away when I start using a new bottle of the cleaning solution. For me, this works just like the more expensive version. Cost effective which for daily use is perfect!

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Works fine, but brand name is better

    By Shidliwink

    from Dixie

    describe yourself Brand Buyer

    See all my reviews

    Comments about Walgreens Sterile Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning & Disinfecting Lens Care System, 2 ea:

    Yeah, the lens case that comes with this is pretty much useless, so I, too, use the case that comes with the brand name product, and it seems to work fine with this solution. Every now and then I do get a little stinging irritation when I put in my lenses, but most days it's fine. This product offers a significant savings over the brand name, so I'm glad it's available.

    • My Beauty Routine Takes:
    • 30 Minutes

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Solution is great; container needs work

    By Lils

    from nyc

    describe yourself Budget Buyer

    See all my reviews

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Effective
    • Good Value

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Daily Use

      Comments about Walgreens Sterile Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning & Disinfecting Lens Care System, 2 ea:

      I, too, bought this kit because it was half off what the name brand is now going for. I found this case for the lens to be poorly designed for use and effectiveness. That said, the solution itself works just as well as the more expensive stuff, so my fix was to use the lens case from the brand name with the solution from this brand. Problem solved!

      • My Beauty Routine Takes:
      • 10 Minutes

      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Splurge and buy the name brand!

      By Grace

      from Flushing, NY

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      Pros

        Cons

        • Complicated To Use
        • Not Effective

        Best Uses

          Comments about Walgreens Sterile Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning & Disinfecting Lens Care System, 2 ea:

          I bought this kit on sale because it was half off what the name brand was going for. BIG MISTAKE. First off, I wear 2 week lenses - I've been using the name brand Hydrogen Peroxide system for about 2 years with NO PROBLEM. For some reason, this kit doesn't clean as well as the name brand. In the morning, there's still a bunch of gunk on my lenses, and it stings like crazy when I put it into my eye. I always have to rinse my lenses off with saline in the morning. I think this mainly has to do with the fact that the little disk is located IN the case instead of at the bottom of the little contraption that holds the contact lenses.

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