PuriLens Plus Saline 4oz (12-pack)

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Rated 4.0 out of 5
4 Reviews
  • $44.95


Choosing your Purilens package

 Bottle quantity & size Purchase Price
3x 4-oz 3-pack $16.95
12x 4-oz 12-pack $44.95
24x 4-oz 24-pack $85.95
6x 2-oz (travel-friendly "Minis") 6-pack $24.95

Purilens Plus Preservative Free Saline

 

About Purilens Plus

  • Preservative free borate-buffered saline solution
  • Package of twelve 4-ounce / 120mL bottles. 
  • Also available as 3-pack
  • Popular for rinsing of all contact lens types
  • Popular for use with scleral lenses 
  • Shipping time: Please note that this product may be shipped direct from the manufacturer. That may mean it gets to you faster, or slower, depending where you're located. Please contact us for details if needed.

Description (by Rebecca)

Purilens Plus Saline, while it's been on the market for ~15 years, was not well known until a few years ago when Unisol 4 and Simply Saline (the only equivalents) were both discontinued. It quickly became the go-to product for people seeking buffered preservative-free saline, including for use filling scleral lenses (off-label at the time, but it has since been approved specifically for this usage). For quite some time, Purilens was the only buffered preservative free saline on the US market, until Bausch & Lomb introduced ScleralFil in 2017, in boxes of 30 10mL vials. At this point it is one of several preservative-free saline options, but it remains a top favorite for many scleral lens users for the comfort it provides, the practical packaging and cost-effective size.

We never actually sold Unisol 4 here at the DryEyeShop, but when Unisol went away and the only viable alternative, Purilens Plus, was not available in drugstores, we began stocking Purilens here as a service to our many customers who use PROSE or scleral lenses. It's been quite an adventure, as those who experienced the severe product shortages in 2016 can attest to! We are thankful that the supply has been steady for a long time now.

Alternatives?

ScleralFil, which is sold in 10mL single-use vials, is the only exact equivalent on the market at present. Unbuffered salines (i.e. sodium chloride solution 0.9%) such as LacriPure and the off-label nebulizer salines such as Modudose, are options for many users. We sell all of the different types here. The following video compares them:

For more information, please see our Product Guide to Preservative Free Saline Options.

    Limitations

    Depending what you are using it for, some users may not use up the entire bottle within the 15 days recommended by the manufacturer.

    Description (from the manufacturer's literature)

    Purilens Plus saline solution is preservative-free, pH-balanced, sterile, aqueous isotonic solution of sodium chloride, buffered with boric acid and sodium borate. Does not contain chlorhexidine, thimerosal, or other mercury-containing compounds.

    • pH balanced to eye's natural tears for superior comfort
    • For dry and sensitive eyes
    • For all contact lens wearers
    • Maximizes contact lens comfort and clarity
    • For more information, see purilens.com

    Actions 

    Rinsing with PuriLens solution removes loosened debris from the lens surface prior to cleaning and disinfecting with the PuriLens system. 

    Keeps the lens wet (hydrated) during PuriLens System cleaning and disinfection. 

    Indications

    PuriLens solution is indicated for use in rinsing, PuriLens system cleaning and disinfection, and storage of SOFT (hydrophilic) contact lenses. 

    Contraindictions

    None known.

    Warnings

    PuriLens solution is sterile prior to opening. Because it contains no preservatives, it will not remain sterile indefinitely after opening and, therefore, should not be used as an eye drop. Do not touch the tip of the container to any surface since this may contaminate the solution. DO NOT USE IF SOLUTION IS CLOUDY OR DISCOLORED. 

    Precautions

    • Never reuse solution
    • Do not transfer saline solution to another container
    • Fresh solution should be used for every cleaning/disinfection cycle
    • Do not store lenses in water, or in a non-sterile solution
    • Use before expiration date stamped on container
    • After breaking the original seal, keep container tightly closed when not in use
    • Discard bottle and contents 15 days after opening. Record dated opened in space provided on bottle label
    • Never touch the tip of container to any surface
    • Store solution at room temperature

    Adverse reactions

    • The following problems may occur
    • Eye stinging, burning, or itching (irritation)
    • Excessive watering (tearing) of the eyes
    • Unusual eye secretions
    • Redness of the eyes
    • Reduced sharpness of vision (visual acuity)
    • Blurred vision
    • Sensitivity to light (photophobia) 
    • Dry eyes

    If you notice any of the above problems, remove and examine your lenses. If the problem stops and the lenses appear to be undamaged, rinse your lenses using PuriLens solution, then clean and disinfect the lenses in your PuriLens unit and reinsert them. If the problem continues or a lens appears to be damaged, IMMEDIATELY remove your lenses and IMMEDIATELY consult your eye care practitioner. Do not reinsert a damaged lens. 

    If any of the above symptoms occur, a serious condition such as infection, corneal ulcer, neovascularization or iritis may be present. Seek immediate professional identification of the problem and treatment to avoid serious eye damage. 

    Directions for use

    Inside the bottle cap is a molded insert that will pierce the container. To open the bottle, first remove the cap and discard the white plastic restraining ring. Avoid touching the tip of the bottle. Replace the cap then press down and turn the cap clockwise to pierce the container. 

    Rinse

    Rinse, clean, and disinfect your lenses each time you remove them. 

    Rinse your lens thoroughly with PuriLens solution by holding the lens between the forefinger and thumb of one hand and directing a steady stream of PuriLens solution onto the lens for ten (10) seconds. 

    Always rinse the same lens, right to left, first to avoid mix-ups and put that lens into the correct chamber of the lens storage case. 

    Repeat the procedure for the second lens. 

    Common misspellings

    Puralens, purilen, purilense, puralense, puri lens, purelens

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    Reviewed by Becky
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    5 Stars

    I have been using PuriLens Plus for several years, ever since I could no longer get the preservative-free saline solution that I used to purchase locally. This product has worked great for me and I am so thankful to have discovered it! It is a little on the expensive side, but it has enabled me to continuing wearing contact lenses without irritating my eyes.

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    Reviewed by Gissell
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    I don't recommend this product
    Rated 1 out of 5
    Review posted

    Review of the container ONLY

    I have been using Purilens Plus saline for a couple of years now since I started wearing Scleral contacts. The solution itself is great, However, the container is too soft and it always spills in my bag. Once could last me an entire week, but I end up using it only once or twice because I end up losing half of the solution.

    I suggest to please use containers that are more durable (harder on the outside).

    NOTE FROM REBECCA: Hi! I have to confess I'm a bit baffled by this. I don't understand how the bottle could leak. I would want to verify a couple of things: (1) Are you removing the white ring? (2) Are you tightening the cap to puncture the top (I've heard of some people either puncturing it with an implement or even snipping off the top...) and (3) Are you fully tightening the cap before putting it in your bag?

    I typically use individual vials (like Scleralfil or one of the others) for portability, but I sometimes have bottles of Purilens with me and I've never had issues with leaking, so just trying to understand how it could happen.

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    Reviewed by S. H.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Good Product

    this product could only be found here when I was given sclera lens and it perfectly fits the need.

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    Reviewed by Varsha
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Amazing!!!

    This is the best. Don’t know what I would do without it.

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    Choosing your Purilens package

     Bottle quantity & size Purchase Price
    3x 4-oz 3-pack $16.95
    12x 4-oz 12-pack $44.95
    24x 4-oz 24-pack $85.95
    6x 2-oz (travel-friendly "Minis") 6-pack $24.95

    Purilens Plus Preservative Free Saline

     

    About Purilens Plus

    • Preservative free borate-buffered saline solution
    • Package of twelve 4-ounce / 120mL bottles. 
    • Also available as 3-pack
    • Popular for rinsing of all contact lens types
    • Popular for use with scleral lenses 
    • Shipping time: Please note that this product may be shipped direct from the manufacturer. That may mean it gets to you faster, or slower, depending where you're located. Please contact us for details if needed.

    Description (by Rebecca)

    Purilens Plus Saline, while it's been on the market for ~15 years, was not well known until a few years ago when Unisol 4 and Simply Saline (the only equivalents) were both discontinued. It quickly became the go-to product for people seeking buffered preservative-free saline, including for use filling scleral lenses (off-label at the time, but it has since been approved specifically for this usage). For quite some time, Purilens was the only buffered preservative free saline on the US market, until Bausch & Lomb introduced ScleralFil in 2017, in boxes of 30 10mL vials. At this point it is one of several preservative-free saline options, but it remains a top favorite for many scleral lens users for the comfort it provides, the practical packaging and cost-effective size.

    We never actually sold Unisol 4 here at the DryEyeShop, but when Unisol went away and the only viable alternative, Purilens Plus, was not available in drugstores, we began stocking Purilens here as a service to our many customers who use PROSE or scleral lenses. It's been quite an adventure, as those who experienced the severe product shortages in 2016 can attest to! We are thankful that the supply has been steady for a long time now.

    Alternatives?

    ScleralFil, which is sold in 10mL single-use vials, is the only exact equivalent on the market at present. Unbuffered salines (i.e. sodium chloride solution 0.9%) such as LacriPure and the off-label nebulizer salines such as Modudose, are options for many users. We sell all of the different types here. The following video compares them:

    For more information, please see our Product Guide to Preservative Free Saline Options.

      Limitations

      Depending what you are using it for, some users may not use up the entire bottle within the 15 days recommended by the manufacturer.

      Description (from the manufacturer's literature)

      Purilens Plus saline solution is preservative-free, pH-balanced, sterile, aqueous isotonic solution of sodium chloride, buffered with boric acid and sodium borate. Does not contain chlorhexidine, thimerosal, or other mercury-containing compounds.

      • pH balanced to eye's natural tears for superior comfort
      • For dry and sensitive eyes
      • For all contact lens wearers
      • Maximizes contact lens comfort and clarity
      • For more information, see purilens.com

      Actions 

      Rinsing with PuriLens solution removes loosened debris from the lens surface prior to cleaning and disinfecting with the PuriLens system. 

      Keeps the lens wet (hydrated) during PuriLens System cleaning and disinfection. 

      Indications

      PuriLens solution is indicated for use in rinsing, PuriLens system cleaning and disinfection, and storage of SOFT (hydrophilic) contact lenses. 

      Contraindictions

      None known.

      Warnings

      PuriLens solution is sterile prior to opening. Because it contains no preservatives, it will not remain sterile indefinitely after opening and, therefore, should not be used as an eye drop. Do not touch the tip of the container to any surface since this may contaminate the solution. DO NOT USE IF SOLUTION IS CLOUDY OR DISCOLORED. 

      Precautions

      • Never reuse solution
      • Do not transfer saline solution to another container
      • Fresh solution should be used for every cleaning/disinfection cycle
      • Do not store lenses in water, or in a non-sterile solution
      • Use before expiration date stamped on container
      • After breaking the original seal, keep container tightly closed when not in use
      • Discard bottle and contents 15 days after opening. Record dated opened in space provided on bottle label
      • Never touch the tip of container to any surface
      • Store solution at room temperature

      Adverse reactions

      • The following problems may occur
      • Eye stinging, burning, or itching (irritation)
      • Excessive watering (tearing) of the eyes
      • Unusual eye secretions
      • Redness of the eyes
      • Reduced sharpness of vision (visual acuity)
      • Blurred vision
      • Sensitivity to light (photophobia) 
      • Dry eyes

      If you notice any of the above problems, remove and examine your lenses. If the problem stops and the lenses appear to be undamaged, rinse your lenses using PuriLens solution, then clean and disinfect the lenses in your PuriLens unit and reinsert them. If the problem continues or a lens appears to be damaged, IMMEDIATELY remove your lenses and IMMEDIATELY consult your eye care practitioner. Do not reinsert a damaged lens. 

      If any of the above symptoms occur, a serious condition such as infection, corneal ulcer, neovascularization or iritis may be present. Seek immediate professional identification of the problem and treatment to avoid serious eye damage. 

      Directions for use

      Inside the bottle cap is a molded insert that will pierce the container. To open the bottle, first remove the cap and discard the white plastic restraining ring. Avoid touching the tip of the bottle. Replace the cap then press down and turn the cap clockwise to pierce the container. 

      Rinse

      Rinse, clean, and disinfect your lenses each time you remove them. 

      Rinse your lens thoroughly with PuriLens solution by holding the lens between the forefinger and thumb of one hand and directing a steady stream of PuriLens solution onto the lens for ten (10) seconds. 

      Always rinse the same lens, right to left, first to avoid mix-ups and put that lens into the correct chamber of the lens storage case. 

      Repeat the procedure for the second lens. 

      Common misspellings

      Puralens, purilen, purilense, puralense, puri lens, purelens

      average rating 4.0 out of 5
      Based on 4 reviews
      • 5 Stars
        3 Reviews
      • 4 Stars
        0 Reviews
      • 3 Stars
        0 Reviews
      • 2 Stars
        0 Reviews
      • 1 Star
        1 Review
      75% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
      4 Reviews
      Reviewed by Becky
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      5 Stars

      I have been using PuriLens Plus for several years, ever since I could no longer get the preservative-free saline solution that I used to purchase locally. This product has worked great for me and I am so thankful to have discovered it! It is a little on the expensive side, but it has enabled me to continuing wearing contact lenses without irritating my eyes.

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      Reviewed by Gissell
      Verified Buyer
      I don't recommend this product
      Rated 1 out of 5
      Review posted

      Review of the container ONLY

      I have been using Purilens Plus saline for a couple of years now since I started wearing Scleral contacts. The solution itself is great, However, the container is too soft and it always spills in my bag. Once could last me an entire week, but I end up using it only once or twice because I end up losing half of the solution.

      I suggest to please use containers that are more durable (harder on the outside).

      NOTE FROM REBECCA: Hi! I have to confess I'm a bit baffled by this. I don't understand how the bottle could leak. I would want to verify a couple of things: (1) Are you removing the white ring? (2) Are you tightening the cap to puncture the top (I've heard of some people either puncturing it with an implement or even snipping off the top...) and (3) Are you fully tightening the cap before putting it in your bag?

      I typically use individual vials (like Scleralfil or one of the others) for portability, but I sometimes have bottles of Purilens with me and I've never had issues with leaking, so just trying to understand how it could happen.

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      Reviewed by S. H.
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Good Product

      this product could only be found here when I was given sclera lens and it perfectly fits the need.

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      Reviewed by Varsha
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Amazing!!!

      This is the best. Don’t know what I would do without it.

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