Bausch & Lomb Boston Advance� Conditioning Solution. #1 doctor recommended*. Advance comfort formula. Maximum disinfection conditioning. Cushioning. Wetting. For rigid gas permeable contact lenses. Sterile. 3.5 fl oz (10.5ml)
Disinfection System: Chlorhexidine Gluconate (0.003%), Polyaminopropyl Biguanide (0.0005%), Edetate Disodium (0.05%). Wetting and Cushioning System: Derivatized Polyethylene Glycol, Cellulosic Viscosifier, Cationic Cellulose Derivative Polymer, Polyvinyl Alcohol.
Usage: discard solution ninety (90) days after opening. Store this solution at room temperature. Avoid freezing. Refer to expiration date on bottom of carton prior to purchase. Carefully observe directions, warnings and precautions on inner carton. Directions for use: To ensure proper disinfecting, all steps listed below must be followed: 1. Wash your hands with mild soap. (Caution - pump soaps may contain oil-based suspension agents.) 2. After cleaning with Boston Advance cleaner and rinsing, place lenses in empty lens case and fill to top of ridges with fresh Boston Advance� comfort formula conditioning solution. Soak lenses for at least four (4) hours (or overnight) before wearing. Always use fresh solution for soaking and storing lenses. 3. After removing lenses from the lens case, apply fresh Boston Advance comfort formula conditioning solution to wet the lenses for additional cushioning, if desired, and insert. 4. Thoroughly clean interior of lens case with hot water and air dry after each use. 5. Discard solution ninety (90) days after opening. Record date opened in space provided on bottle label. Note: when used daily, this solution will be depleted before ninety (90) days. For weekly protein removal, use Boston� one step liquid enzymatic cleaner. Lens case should be replaced frequently to avoid potential microbial contamination and ocular irritation. How supplied: Boston Advance comfort formula conditioning solution is supplied sterile in 3.5 fluid ounce (105 ml) and 1 fluid ounce (30 ml) bottles. All retail Boston� solutions are packed in unit cartons. Bottles are sealed with an imprinted neckband and marked with a lot number and expiration date. Do not use if imprinted neckband on bottle is broken or missing.
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