Circle Contact Lenses
Some wearers may experience blurring in their peripheral vision when wearing circle contact lenses for the first time. This is normal for circle contact lenses and is due to changes in the amount of light that enters the eye. Your vision will improve after your eyes adapt to the changes. If your blurred vision persists or the lenses are causing discomfort, stop wearing them immediately and consult an optometrist.
- Clean your lenses before and after wearing them. Before cleaning your lenses, make sure your hands are also clean. Place the lens in the palm of your hand and apply a few drops of multipurpose solution onto the lens. Rub the lens gently with your index finger against the palm for about 20 seconds on both faces.
- When storing lenses, always replace the multipurpose solution and clean the case so your lenses can soak in fresh, clean solution.
- Cleaning and rinsing are essential to remove mucus, secretions and deposits from the lenses that may have accumulated during use. Do this immediately after removing your lenses and prior to disinfection.
- Itching, burning or stinging of the eye.
- If it feels like dirt, dust or other foreign object is in your eye.
- Excessive watering, unusual eye secretions or redness.
- If you experience blurred vision, or if you see rainbows or halos around objects. Dry eyes may occur if your lenses are worn continuously for prolonged periods.
- The lenses feel less comfortable than they did when they were first inserted.
Any of the symptoms above can indicate a serious condition such as infection or corneal ulcer that may cause damage to your eyes. Prompt diagnosis and treatment is essential to avoid serious damage to your eyes. Remember that symptoms are warning signs. Remove the lenses immediately when the symptoms appear.
If your lenses are causing discomfort, do not wear them. You can download and read the User Instructions for more details.
CE Marking is a visible symbol that indicates GEO Circle Contact Lenses comply with all the applicable safety legislation in European countries. It indicates that GEO Circle Contact Lenses meet European safety, health or environmental requirements. This certificate also guarantees the free movement of safe products within the European market and is a key indicator of a product's compliance with EU legislation. Placing the CE marking on GEO Circle Contact Lenses proclaims the product's conformity with the applicable legal requirements valid for Europe.
GEO Medical Co., Ltd. holds an ISO 13485:2003 certificate. ISO 13485 pertains to an ISO standard that represents the requirements for a comprehensive management system specifically aimed at the design and manufacture of medical devices. The ISO 13485:2003 specifies the requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices and related services.
GEO Circle Contact Lenses are approved by the Korea Food and Drug Administration (KFDA). The company passed the Korea Good Manufacturing Practices (KGMP) assessment for compliance with the criteria and requirements of Quality Control Standard.