Proper Use Of Refine One Step™ Hydrogen Peroxide Solution

What happens if Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution comes into contact with my eyes either directly from the bottle or before the peroxide solution is neutralized during the lens soaking time?

If Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution accidentally comes into contact with your eyes, it may cause burning, stinging or redness. Remove your lens(es) immediately and flush your eyes with a large amount of water or sterile saline. If burning or irritation continues, seek professional assistance from an eye care professional.

How long should I soak my lenses in Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution?

Allow your lenses to soak for at least six hours. Always use the lens case with our unique platinum disc with Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution.  During this time, be sure that the lens case is in an upright position and that the lenses are fully immersed in the Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution. Do not shake the lens case or turn it upside down during the disinfection process.

Why do I need to soak my lenses for six hours?

It is essential to soak your lenses for at least six hours to fully neutralize the peroxide solution. If you do not follow this you may feel burning and stinging and your lenses may not be properly disinfected.

Can I rinse my lenses with Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution before wearing them?

No. Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution should never come into contact with your eyes before it is neutralized. If required, you can rinse your lenses with a sterile saline solution prior to insertion.

Can I use tap water to rinse my lens case?

No, do not rinse your lens case with water or any non-sterile solution. Only rinse your lens case with sterile unpreserved saline solution so you do not contaminate the lens case. Use of water or any non-sterile solution can lead to severe infection, vision loss or blindness.

Can I use another lens case with Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution?

No. Only use the specific lens case provided with your Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution pack. It contains our unique platinum coated disc. This disc has been designed to neutralize the hydrogen peroxide solution so upon completion of the six hour neutralization period you can insert your lenses into your eyes.

Can I re-use the Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution?

No. Once you have disinfected your lenses and inserted them into your eyes you should always discard any of the remaining solution from the case. The lens case and basket should be rinsed with sterile saline and allowed to air-dry.

Do not reuse Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution or use fresh solution to “top off” old solution left in your lens case. Reusing solution reduces its effectiveness in disinfecting your lenses and could lead to severe infection, vision loss or blindness.

How often should I replace my lens case?

Replace your lens case after 31 uses or one month of daily use. You’ll find a new lens case in each pack of Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution. You should always discard your old Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution lens case.

How long can I store my lenses in a Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution lens case?

If you store your lenses for more than 24 hours, repeat the disinfection process following the instructions for use prior to next wearing the lenses. You should always discard the old solution and disinfect your lenses again with fresh Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution prior to wear.

How long can I use Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution after the first opening?

Discard the contents of the bottle three months after you first open it. Using Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution beyond the discard date could result in contamination of the solution and can lead to severe infection, vision loss or blindness.

Is Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution suitable for sensitive eyes?

Yes. That’s because after your lenses have been soaking in Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution for six hours, the peroxide solution is neutralized. A saline solution is all that remains. Other products may leave behind residual preservatives that may irritate your eyes.

Does Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution contain any added preservatives?

No. Refine One Step Hydrogen Peroxide Solution contains no added preservatives that may irritate your eyes.