Important Information for contact lens wearers:
ACUVUE® Contact Lenses can be used for vision correction. An Eye Care Professional will determine whether contact lenses are right for you.

How should I use my lenses?
Follow the wear and replacement schedule and instructions on proper lens care provided by your Eye Care Professional and according to the product information available in the Instructions for Use.

Are there any risks with wearing contact lenses?
Although rare, serious eye problems can develop while wearing contact lenses. Therefore, it is important to talk to your Eye Care Professional about proper and safe wear and how to take care of your lenses.

Who should not wear contact lenses?
Only your Eye Care Professional can determine if contact lenses are right for you. Please do NOT wear contact lenses if you have an eye infection, any eye disease or systemic disease, that may affect the eye, or if you are allergic to any ingredients of the product. If you experience eye discomfort, excessive tearing, vision changes, redness or other eye problems, remove the lens and contact your Eye Care Professional immediately.

ACUVUE® RevitaLens Important Safety Information
Use ACUVUE® RevitaLens MPDS for the care of soft (hydrophilic) contact lenses, including silicone hydrogel lenses (to disinfect, clean, rinse and store your lenses). If you are allergic to any ingredients in ACUVUE® RevitaLens MPDS do not use it. To help avoid serious eye problems, it is essential that you follow your Eye Care Professional’s directions and all labeling instructions for proper use of lenses and lens care products, including the lens case. If eye irritation or any eye condition occurs, immediately discontinue lens wear and contact your Eye Care Professional. For correct use of this product and full list of precautions, read and retain the Package insert as provided with the product.


Contact lenses can be worn safely while preventing potential contamination by following proper contact lens care instructions given by your optician, which include thoroughly washing, cleaning, and drying your hands prior to handling contact lenses. Detailed information on this can be found on the cleaning & care link below.


Whether you use daily disposable or reusable contact lenses, keeping up with proper hygiene when handling your contact lenses is as important as it has ever been. As always, wash your hands with antibacterial soap and hot water, then dry your hands before putting on or taking off your contact lenses.


Access the official guidelines from the World Health Organisation on the link below.


It is recommended to wear glasses instead of contact lenses until you get better, as your eyes may feel more uncomfortable than normal and you might be sleeping more which is not recommended to be done while wearing contact lenses. If you wear daily disposable lenses, continue disposing of them after each use as you would normally. If you wear reusable contact lenses, it is always recommended to start with a fresh pair after your illness to ensure any microbes do not remain on your lenses.

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