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Alcon Clear Care Plus Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution -- 12 fl oz

Alcon Clear Care Plus Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution
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Alcon Clear Care Plus Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution -- 12 fl oz

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Alcon Clear Care Plus Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution Description

  • 3% Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution
  • For Use with all Soft and RGP Lenses
  • With Hydraglyde
  • Long-Lasting Moisture for Soft Lenses
  • Triple Action Cleaning
  • Preservative Free Formula
  • Lens Case Included
  • Brand Most Used by Eye Doctors

Clear Care Plus provides simultaneous cleaning, daily protein removal and disinfection of all types of contact lenses, including soft (hydrophilic), silicone hydrogel, and rigid gas permeable lenses.

  • Loosens Dirt
  • Kills Germs & Bacteria
  • Bubbles Help Remove Protein

You Can See It Working!

Our unique lens case features a platinum disc which activates an gentle, bubbling action and neutralizes the hydrogen peroxide into a mild saline solution.


Follow instructions completely and do not skip any steps.


How to use Clear Care Plus

  1. Wash, rinse, and dry your hands.
  2. Place lenses in baskets and rinse for 5 seconds with solution. No rubbing required.
  3. Fill the lens case to the line with the solution. Do not underfill or overfill
  4. Place the lens holder in the case and tighten the lid. Do Not Shake the Case
  5. Soak for at least 6 hours to neutralize.

Always follow your eye care professional's instructions. Please refer to the package insert printed on the inside of this carton for detailed directions and important safety information.


Once bottle is open, discard any remaining solution after 3 months of first opening.


Always use the new lens case provided with each new purchase of Clear Care Plus

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Clear Care Plus Cleaning 7 Disinfecting Solution is a sterile solution containing micro-filtered hydrogen peroxide 3%, sodium chloride 0.79%, stabilized with phosphonic acid, a phosphate buffered system, Pluronic 17R4 (cleaning agent), and HydraGlyde® Moisture Matrix (EOBO-21® - polyoxyethylene-polyoxybutylene, especially for silicone hydrogel soft lenses).

Contraindications: (Reasons not to use): Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. For full product use and safety information it is essential to read the enclosed instructions for use. Always follow the enclosed instructions.


Not for direct use on Eye. If non-neutralized Clear Care Plus gets into your eyes, it will cause burning and stinging. Remove your contact lenses immediately and flush eyes with a large amount of water or sterile saline. Seek immediate assistance from an eye care professional.

  • Never put non-neutralized Clear Care Plus directly into your eye
  • Never rinse your contact lenses with Clear Care Plus before you put them in your eyes. If you want to rinse your lenses, use sterile saline
  • Do not use a flat les case. Only use Clear Care Plus with the special lens case provided.
  • Do not remove lenses from the lens case for at least 6 hours. The solution needs time to  neutralize.

The product you receive may contain additional details or differ from what is shown on this page, or the product may have additional information revealed by partially peeling back the label. We recommend you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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