Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Things you have to know about your lens care.

A: Never touch solution bottle tips to any surface, including your body: the solution can become contaminated. Avoid getting tap water on your contact lenses and accessories, as it can carry a microorganism called Acanthamoeba that causes serious eye infections. While regular contact lens disinfection procedures do kill Acanthamoeba, they typically don't kill its cysts. Remember to clean your contact lens accessories (lens case, cleaning/disinfecting devices, enzymatic cleaner vials and so on) as directed. Lens cases can be rinsed with hot tap water and dried when not in use. Throw out your contact lens case once a month, or as directed, to reduce your risk of infection. is a marketing arm sells contact lenses and other related products online/in an e-business environment. Customers are required to obtain a valid prescription by their Optometrist or Optician before placing order on this web site and confirm that the order placed is in accordance to the said valid prescription as stipulated by their Optometrist or Optician.