Oxysept Hydrogen Peroxide comes with a Vitamin B12 colour indicator for safety and reassurance during the neutralization process.The unique properties of it’s Gore-Tex lens case prevents solution leakage, while allowing oxygen gas to escape through the lenscase lids. Prolonged action with delayed neutralization ensures disinfection efficacy superior to the competition. Contains HPMC abuilt in lubricant for enhanced comfort, is preservative free and is compatible with all silicone hydrogel materials.
Oxysept Hydrogen Peroxide Disinfecting Solution: purified water, hydrogen peroxide 3%.
Hydrogen Peroxide Neutralizing Tablets: sodium chloride, sodium phosphate dibasic anhydrous, sodium phosphate monobasic anhydrous, polyethylene glycol 3350, cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12), Hypromellose, catalase: 0.1mg.
Always wash and dry your hands before handling lenses.
Remove cap containing lens baskets from the lens case.
Place the lenses in the appropriate baskets of the lens case.
Remove one lens at a time.
Fill the lens case to the fill line with Oxysept Hydrogen Peroxide Disinfecting Solution.
Place one Hydrogen Peroxide Neutralizing Tablet into the lens case containing Oxysept Hydrogen Peroxide Disinfecting Solution.
Immediately, replace the lens holder in the lens case and tighten the cap.
Gently turn the lens case upside down, then upright position 3 consecutive times to wet the upper surfaces of the lens case and the inside of the lens case.
Make sure tablet is in the solution before allowing the lenses to disinfect.
To disinfect and neutralize the lenses, allow the lenses to soak for a minimum of 6 hours to overnight. Hydrogen Peroxide Neutralizing Tablet contains an indicator that will cause the solution to turn pink when the tablet is dissolved. The pink colour indicates only that the tablet has been added.
The lenses may be stored in the unopened lens case for a maximum of 7 days. If they are stored for longer than 7 days, disinfect and neutralize every 7 days, and again before applying the lenses to the eyes.
Before removing lenses from the lens case, turn the lens case upside down for 5 seconds to ensure full neutralization of all residual disinfecting solution in the lens case, then return case to upright position prior to opening.
After disinfection, the lenses should be rinsed with saline solution before inserting the lenses into the eyes.
Rinse the entire lens case assembly thoroughly with saline solution. Do not use soap or detergent. Allow to air dry.