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ALCON UNISOL 4 Saline Especially For Sensitive Eyes Contact Lens Solution - 3x4 fl oz
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ALCON UNISOL 4 Saline Solution is ideal for rinsing and storing soft contact lens. It is preservative free and features a gentle, pH-balanced formula to provide comfort for sensitive eyes. The ALCON contact lens solution comes in easy to squeeze bottles that don't have nozzles or propellants.
ALCON UNISOL 4 Saline Especially For Sensitive Eyes Contact Lens Solution - 3x4 fl oz:
- No nozzles or propellants
- Saline solution for sensitive eyes comes in easy to squeeze bottles
Health Concern: Saline
Warning Text: To Avoid Contamination And Possible Eye Infection, Do Not Touch The Tip Of This Container To Any Surface. Should The Top Of Any Container Become Contaminated, Discard The Container And Its Contents. Do Not Transfer Saline To Another Container. Because Unisol 4 Saline Solution Contains No Preservatives, It Will Not Remain Sterile Indefinitely After Opening And, Therefore, Should Not Be Used As An Eye Drop.
Ingredients: Unisol 4 Solution Is An Aqueous Solution Containing Sodium Chloride, Boric Acid, And Sodium Borate.
Instructions: To Open Container, Press Down On Cap And Turn Cap Clockwise. A Molded Piercing Insert Inside To The Cap Will Puncture The Container. Remove Cap And Follow Directions. Clean, Rinse, And Disinfect Your Lenses Each Time You Remove Them. Always Wash Your Hands Before Handling Lenses. Fill Empty Storage Case With Fresh Unisol 4 Saline Solution. Clean And Rinse One Lens First (Always The Same Lens First) And Place Into Correct Chamber Of Your Lens Case. Close Chamber Securely. Repeat For Other Lens. Disinfect According To The Directions Of Your Heat Unit. Discard Bottle And Contents 30 Days After Opening. Store At Room Temperature. Keep Tightly Closed. Keep Out Of Reach Of Children. Do Not Use If Solution Is Cloudy Or Discolored.
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Q. The box of Unisol 4 Saline Solution specifically states that you CANNOT use this for rinsing your contact lenses prior to inserting them in your eyes.
- Our doctor indicated the use of this product for daily rinsing outside the eye to remove scaly deposits from the night before. A particular problem for one of us. Neither of us use contacts so we are unaware of the comments by Vic, above.by alsala4/4/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- I've been doing it for years. Haven't had any issues. I'm not an 'eye care professional' though.by SMNCA10/10/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Because it's not meant to clean the enzymes off of your contact. It is great as a lubricant and also if you use certain hard contacts you need to be able to put a saline solution in that won't harm your eyes. With other brands they have preservatives and you can't put those in your eyes unless they are able to dry out during the day. But with this saline you can apply it and it can sit inside you hard contact keeping your pupil lubricated all day without reapplying or taking it out and refilling the hard contact and the added benefit of no preservatives makes more safe for your eye.by HardContactsAreAMust1/22/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I have used it for years and always rinse prior to inserting in my eyes. I was allergic to some of the preservatives. I also rinse if there is a sensation of something on the lens or in my eye. I could not go without it.by Hgytu11/14/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I've used this prior to inserting my lenses for years. I'm guessing that this notice on their instructions is their way of saying that the saline solution isn't a disinfectant. Hope this helps.by qualityhound3/10/2013Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?