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i ordered the Neo VIIIT 1-day pop blue lenses on October 15th..they came in a reasonable amount of time and i was satisfied with the color..

when putting on the 1st pair the lens would not stay put on my eyeball.. i ended up taking them out and throwing them away.. today.. i went to put on the next pair..

the first lens burned my eye so bad that i started to panic.. i got it out and checked my eye which was extremely red and had a white spot over top of the iris of my eye.. it seemed as if it had actually burnt my eye ball.. i flushed it with water and the spot went away after about 10 minutes..

i threw the rest of the contacts in the trash..this product is completely unacceptable and quite scary to say the least!!

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Anonymous
#1282247

Did you get the correct curvature for your eye?This is something you should get measured by the optometrist, which could explain why the lens wouldn't stay on.

Or it could have been warped.

Also, what the previous anon said about the lens burning.

You need to soak your lens in your own contact solution prior to putting it in.Typically the solution used is to preserve the lens until it's used.

Anonymous
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Did you put them in your eye right out of the packaging? Because you're suppose to transfer them to your contact solutions and let them sit overnight before putting them in. The solution that they come in during shipment isn't contact saline.............

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