To get 25 wears out of each lash, please ensure you:

  • Be gentle with them.  When removing your lashes you need to be as gentle as when you applied them.
  • Do not wear your fake lashes while sleeping. Remove them at the end of your day and properly clean and store them.
  • Avoid putting mascara on your lashes, especially waterproof mascara. If necessary, apply them on your natural lashes first before putting on your strip lashes.
  • Don't soak them in water or any other liquid as it may ruin the shape and curl of the lash. 
  • When your lashes are removed you should carefully remove any adhesive that is left on the lash strips.  While oil based products will remove the adhesive, it is difficult to remove the oil from the lashes and this can impact the adhesion during the next wear. You can instead use a pair of flat tweezers to gently remove the adhesive.
  • Storing the eyelash strips back in their original container can help them maintain the curved shape.



Things you should always do:
  • Always handle your lenses with clean, dry hands. Wash, rinse, and dry your hands with a lint-free towel before touching your lenses.
  • Clean & disinfect your contact lenses with fresh solution each time you remove them. Always remember to use fresh solution. Do not add more solution on top of what’s already in the case.
  • Always refill your lens case with new solution instead of adding more solution on top of what’s already in your case.
  • Insert contact lenses before applying makeup and take them out before removing makeup
  • Keep your contact lens well lubricated at all times, either with artificial tears in your eyes, or stored in solution in your contact lens case
  • Remove contact lenses before taking a shower,  swimming, or doing anything where water gets in your eyes.
  • Disinfect your contact lenses every 30 days.
  • Keep your contact lens case clean.
Things you should never do:
  • Use tap water or saliva on your contact lenses
  • Rinse or store contacts in water (tap or sterile water). 
  • Use saline solution or re-wetting drops to disinfect your lenses. They are not disinfectants.
  • Wear your contact lenses if they have been stored for 30 days or longer without re-disinfecting.
  • Insert contact lenses if they are damaged
  • Keep contact lenses longer than 12 months from when you take it out of the blister packs
  • Use contact lens solution after its expiry date
  • Wear another person’s contact lenses
  • Sleep with your contact lenses in
  • Place contact lenses on top of a television or any warm or hot appliance

If there is discomfort when you put in your lenses, look closely at the lens. If the lens is in any way damaged, do not put the lens back on your eye. Place the lens in the storage case and contact us. If the lens has dirt, an eyelash, or other foreign body on it, you should thoroughly clean, rinse, and disinfect the lenses; then reinsert them.