- Water Content: A required content(%) of water for maintaining contact lenses' original shape and function.
- Higher than 50%: high water content
- Lower than 50%: low water content
- High water content lenses are more comfortable when you first wear them, but they may take more water from your eyes to sustain its shape as time goes on, so low water content lenses could be more comfortable when you wear them longer time.
- Diameter(DIA): A total diameter of a lens which contains transparent part of the lens.
- Graphic Diameter(G.DIA): A diameter of graphic part of a lens.
- Base Curve(BC): The radius of the back of the contact lens, the part that sits on your eye. People's average BC is normally 8.5~8.7mm, and +-0.3mm difference may not be an issue. If you wear unfit lenses to your eyes, the lenses can be easily moved on your eyes and may scratch your eyes. Therefore, choosing appropriate BC of lenses will be very important.
- Expiration date: The final date you should open the vessel and use lenses before. If the lens you purchased does not exceed the date, it will be fine to open and use.
- Manufacturing date: The date lenses were manufactured.
- Frequency: Usage length from vessel opened date. Regardless of how many times you used lenses from opened date, you must dispose of them when it exceed its frequency. Frequency is decided by its water content and material.
- Quantity: Unit pieces of lenses in 1 package. (e.g. 2pcs in 1 pack for 1month products)
Wear & Care
- Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water and dry them before and after handling lenses.
- In order to do not damage your contact lenses, use only your fingertips to handle them.
- Never put on your eye a lens with sign of tear.
- Only use contact lens solution to rinse the lenses.
- Always remember to clean, rinse and disinfect your lenses with multipurpose solution after you remove them from your eyes. This will avoid discomfort and possibly infection.
- To avoid discomfort, apply make-up only after putting your lenses on.
- Do not wear lenses while swimming or sleeping.
- It is not recommended to wear the lenses for more than 6 hours at a time.
- Remove the lenses at the first sign of any discomfort or redness.
- Consult a doctor at the first sign of any pain or infection.