• Strong disinfectant efficacy against virus and bacteria due to povidone iodine.
  • Daily protein removal due to proteolytic enzyme.
  • Easy soaking care with simple steps.


Wash your hands well with mild soap before handling your contact lenses.

Use the disinfecting solution and the neutralizing and cleaning tablet together.

Place the lenses into the lens case’s lens holders, put a neutralizing and cleaning tablet in, and fill up to 90% of the case with the orange disinfecting solution.

Close the lid tightly and soak for over 4 hours.

Rinse lenses in the case’s lens holder well with tap water before wearing.

Please be careful not to let the lens detach from the holder when the water flow is too strong.

Lens case

Make sure to use the cross type lens case.

* If you are using orthokeratology lenses, make sure to use a case dedicated to these lenses.

For long-term storage of lenses (one week or longer)

The lenses may be stored for one month after care if the lens case lid remains closed. To store the lenses for over one month, normal care should be performed again every month. Also, rinse the lenses with tap water before wearing them after storage.

* Please do not use the solution of cleadew O2 SEPT only for the storage of lenses.


  • Do not use solution for soft contact lenses.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Do not transfer the solution to another bottle or case to avoid misuse and to retain solution quality.
  • If you are allergic to iodine, consult your eye doctor before using the solution.
  • Use the solution immediately after opening the packaging.
  • Do not reuse solution, and always use fresh solution.
  • Please do not use the broken neutralization tablet. It may cause care insufficient.
  • Do not use the neutralizing and cleaning tablet if you observe discoloration, deterioration, or a broken sheet when opening the product.
  • Do not use the product after the expiry date.
  • Do not use the solution in the eye or swallow the solution. If you accidentally swallow the neutralizing and cleaning tablet or the disinfecting solution, give drink a large amount of drinking water and immediately consult your eye doctor or eye care practitioner.
  • If the neutralization tablet or the disinfecting solution accidentally comes in contact with the eyes, rinse the eyes immediately with large amount of water and immediately consult your eye doctor or eye care practitioner.
  • If you experience such symptoms as eye pain and irritation, remove your lenses immediately consult your eye doctor or eye care practitioner.