AOsept contact lens case with a neutralizing disc for use with hydrogen peroxide solutions.
In order to prevent this damage, the solution must be stabilized before the contacts are placed into the individual’s eyes. To stabilize the solution, the contacts are placed into a special container with a platinum-coated disk. In solution, it gets rid of the hydrogen peroxide and produces small bubbles that help to clean the contacts. After six (6) hours, the hydrogen peroxide is stabilized and what is left is a saline solution. At this point, it is safe to use the contacts. After extended use, the platinum-coated disk must be replaced.
Important to replace cases regularly to avoid contamination and avoid burning or stinging as the disc will stop neutralizing as it gets worn.