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8.26.2011

IPOOL LENS CLEANER



DO YOU OWN SO MANY CONTACT LENSES THAT YOU ACTUALLY FIND IT SO MUCH HASSLE TO CLEAN THEM ALL? HERE’S THE PRODUCT THAT YOU AND I BOTH NEED! :)

my ipool cleaner in pink

my ipool cleaner in pink (up close)

my ipool cleaner in pink (see the pink froggy case? It is so cute!)

All my lenses as of the moment. Not including the unopened vials which I m planning to use next month. All of this are not expired. Expired lenses should be thrown away immediately to avoid confusion.
Product Review:
*What the Product claims: 
CONTACT LENS ELECTRONIC CLEANER
your lens’ washing machine!!
CAN BE USED TO ANY TYPE OF LENS
♥ SOFT
♥ HARD
♥ DISPOSABLE
♥ COLORED
♥ GAS PERMEABLE
♥ RGP
GET RID OF DIRT AND MOIST, PRACTICE PROPER HYGIENE EVEN ON YOUR CONTACT LENSES!!
IT CLEANS, DISINFECTS AND SECURE YOUR LENSES.
NANO SILVER PRODUCT THAT SURELY IS ANTI-BACTERIAL.
A MUST HAVE FOR YOUR LENSES!!

caution in use

How to Use
*Pros:
-So cute! right?
-Less hassle for you to clean the your lenses, just push the button for the ipool cleaner to start
-More hygienic than the traditional hand lens cleaning process
*Cons:
-Hard to bring because it’s bulky
*Little bit of sharing:
-My vision is 20/20. I have no eye problem. I just love using colored contact lenses for beauty enhancement. Please see an eye specialist first before trying to use circle lenses.
-My fave colors are red and purple,unfortunately it only comes in (see photo below), so I chose the pink instead.

green, pink, yellow, blue
-I want to buy more animal lens cases. They’re so cute! Here are some of the kawaii lenses I’m currently lemming. This are also compatible for the ipool cleaner I bought, I really want this since I need to replace every 3 months as stated in the photo above.

Contact-Lens-Cases-Piggy-Frog-Hippo-Balloonfish
-I saw a lens cleaner that is also a kit at the same time. I’m looking for this which is available locally.
Vivigo lens washer. (click for link)

Vivigo lens washer pic from http://geocolorlense.blogspot.com

Vivigo lens washer pic from http://geocolorlense.blogspot.com
*Price: Ranges from the cheapest P650 to P1,100. Depends on where you are going to buy.
These products are sold by different brands/sellers but almost all of them comes from same manufacturer.
*Where can I find these product? Online stores (ebay & multiply sellers) These are some of my trusted online shop for lenses Purperktion Shop & The Pink Shoppe.
*Would I repurchase? NO. I’m looking for the vivigo lens washer this time and the animal lens case.
*Do I recommend it?To whom? Yes, to all the contact lens users. This will speed you up in cleaning the lenses.
*To whom I don’t recommend it: None in particular.
I hope you enjoyed reading these and helped you. I bought all of the products with my own money and make these reviews with all my honesty. No sponsorship was made or whatsoever. Thanks!:)
xoxo,
Jannah

1 comment:

  1. Hi there! Keep it up! This is a good read. You have such an interesting and informative page. I will be looking forward to visit your page again and for your other posts as well. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about contact lenses in your area. I am glad to stop by your site and know more about contact lenses.
    It was not until 1887 that a German glassblower, F.E. Muller, produced the first eye covering to be seen through and tolerated.[8] In 1887, the German ophthalmologist Adolf Gaston Eugen Fick constructed and fitted the first successful contact lens. While working in Zürich, he described fabricating afocal scleral contact shells, which rested on the less sensitive rim of tissue around the cornea, and experimentally fitting them: initially on rabbits, then on himself, and lastly on a small group of volunteers. These lenses were made from heavy blown glass and were 18–21mm in diameter. Fick filled the empty space between cornea/callosity and glass with a dextrose solution. He published his work, "Contactbrille", in the journal Archiv für Augenheilkunde in March 1888.
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