Handling of contact lenses

Handling of Contacts
*Please be sure to read*
About contact lenses.
Color contact lenses, like vision-correcting contact lenses, can cause eye damage (health problems) if used incorrectly, so please use them correctly.
Contact lenses are advanced medical devices.
■As of November 04, 2009, colored contact lenses became subject to legal regulations as medical devices. We have obtained an advanced medical device sales permit.

[License No. 5 Port Mi-Seiki No. 73]

If you feel any abnormality, remove the lenses from your eyes immediately and seek an ophthalmologist's diagnosis immediately regardless of the regular examination schedule.
Rules for use]
(1) Receive an examination and prescription from an ophthalmologist!
Wearing contact lenses or colored contact lenses that do not match your eyes can cause various problems. In addition to the power of the lens that corrects vision, the fit of the lens must also be checked because the curve of the eye surface differs from person to person.
In addition, if a person has a disease of the cornea (black eye) or eyelid, or has dry eyes or allergies, wearing contact lenses may worsen the disease or cause other eye diseases. An examination and prescription by an ophthalmologist is essential for comfortable and safe wear.

Please follow your ophthalmologist's instructions for daily wearing time, and be sure to observe the prescribed wearing period. Do not wear lenses that are damaged or missing. Never lend or borrow lenses from others.
*The period is not the number of days you actually wear the lens, but the number of days from the day the package is opened.
If you notice any abnormality in your eyes or lenses even within the period of time, stop wearing the lenses and do not leave them unattended, but seek immediate medical attention from an ophthalmologist.

Please have regular eye examinations!
Some people may feel comfortable once they get used to wearing lenses, but you never know when your eyes may be at risk.
Many eye disorders are barely noticeable in the early stages, and by the time you begin to feel pain or itchiness, the condition may have progressed.
Please be sure to have regular eye examinations as directed by your ophthalmologist.

4) Proper lens care should be performed!
Wearing dirty lenses increases the risk of allergic inflammation and infection caused by contamination. In addition, the oxygen permeability of the lens becomes low, which may have a negative impact on the cornea.
For those who are not allowed to use lenses
There are certain diseases and environments that do not allow the use of contact lenses or colored contact lenses. Please consult with an ophthalmologist before using contact lenses and make sure that none of the following applies to you before wearing contact lenses.

<Medical contraindications>
・Acute and subacute inflammation of the anterior eye area
・Ocular infections
・Corneal hypersensitivity
・Eyelid abnormalities
・Epithelial defects
・Allergic diseases to the extent that they affect lens wear
・Dry eye and lacrimal organ diseases to the extent that they affect lens wear
・Other diseases deemed inappropriate by a physician for use

<Lifestyle contraindications>
Inability to follow doctor's instructions
・Inability to use lenses properly
・Inability to receive regular checkups
・Inability to maintain hygiene necessary for lens wear
・ Extremely nervous and unsuitable for wearing contact lenses

<Contraindications in the living environment>
・Constantly in dry living environment
・People in environments where dust, chemicals, etc. easily enter eyes People in environments where dust, chemicals, etc. easily come into contact with the eyes
People in other environments that ophthalmologists deem unsuitable for wearing contact lenses