Here are our most frequently asked questions.
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What is PuriLens Plus Saline and why have I never heard of it? And why is it so hard to get?
PuriLens Plus Saline is buffered saline (just like Unisol 4). PuriLens Plus Saline was not originally sold in retail stores, so it was not generally well known until after Unisol 4 was discontinued, and when demand increased again after Simply Saline products were also discontinued. PuriLens Plus Saline is now the only buffered saline of it’s kind on the U.S. market. If you would like to purchase Purilens in retail stores, it is also available at Harmon Face Value, Christmas Tree Shops and That!, and Bed Bath & Beyond stores across the country. The locations may be found under the retail locations section of our website. You may also find us online at www.purilens.com, www.amazon.com, and www.walmart.com.
What size bottle does PuriLens Plus come in? Is it TSA compliant?
Purilens Plus saline comes in 4 oz bottles, and is TSA compliant. We also have 2 oz bottles specifically developed for domestic as well as international travel.
Where is Purilens made? How long has it been around?
I have extremely sensitive eyes. What are the ingredients in PuriLens?
What are buffers for? Why would I want buffered vs unbuffered saline?
How do I open the PuriLens Plus bottle?
Inside the bottle cap is a molded insert that will pierce the container. To open the bottle, first remove the cap and discard the white plastic restraining ring. (This ring is only there to keep the bottle from being punctured during transit and will not be attached to the bottle itself) Avoid touching the tip of the bottle.
Replace the cap then press down and turn the cap clockwise to pierce the container. We suggest not screwing the top in too tightly or you may end up with a larger hole than you want. Re-close the bottle after use. Always wash and rinse your hands before you handle your lenses.
Discard any remaining solution 14 days after opening.