• What to do when I receive the lenses? 

Before wearing the lenses for the first time, soak the lenses in saline solution on both sides of the lens. A few drops on each side is sufficient. 

We also strongly encourage you to see your optometrist before using the lenses to ensure suitability. 

  • How do I put on the lens? 


Wash your hands thoroughly before handling the lenses and dry hands with a lint-free towel.

Using only your finger tips (avoid using your nails) pick up the lens and disinfect the lens with a few drops of solution.

Before inserting in your eye ensure the lens is clean, wet and damage-free.


Once ready to put in the lens, place the lens on the tip of your index or middle finger and pull down the lower eye lid with another finger on the same hand holding the lens. Use your other hand to hold the upper eye lid firmly open.

Look directly at the lens (or directly into a mirror) and place the lens directly on the cornea (the large coloured circle in the middle of your eye).

Slowly release your hands from your eye lit and the lens should be in place on your cornea. 

If the lens is sitting uncomfortably in your eye or there are or there are air bubbles under the lens, close your eyes and massage over your closed eye lid very gently. This will remove any air bubbles. Do not rub your eye!!

  • How do I take out the lens? 

Once you're ready to take out the lens, look up and with your middle finger, hold down lower lid. Use your forefinger to slide lens to lower part of eye.

Gently pinch lens with thumb and forefinger and remove without excessively folding the lens. 

Once removed, place the lens in a clean storage case and cover the lens with the lens solution.

  • How long can I use the lens for? 

The same cosmetic lenses can be used for up to 12 months if taken care of properly. 

This means ensuring the lenses are always stored in the appropriate case, in no more than room temperature and the case is changed every three months.