Lens Solution

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Multi-Purpose Lens Solution

For coloured lenses

Once you’ve found your favourite, make sure the colour stays on point, to keep that flirty feeling! With SWATI lens solution, your coloured lenses remain fresh and comfortable. So that you can relax and look your best. At all times.

Unique formula for Coloured Lenses

Suitable for all types of coloured & soft contact lenses.

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Protects Lens Colour
Longer lasting colours Our pH-balanced (7.4 ± 0.4) multi-purpose solution is an all in one solution ideal for disinfecting, cleaning, storing and hydrating all soft and coloured contact lenses. This product maintains the colour of your lenses for longer durability.
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Moisturising Qualities
Offers increased eye comfort SWATI lens solution contains High-Quality Hyaluronic acid contributes to increased eye comfort, with protecting, healing and moisturising qualities. It continuously promotes healthy cell renewal and reduces the risk of irritation or inflammation.
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Removes Lipids & Proteins
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Multi-Purpose Solution

Pack Format

1 Lens solution bottle




Ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid 0.01%, PolyHexaMethyleneBiguanide 0.0002%, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium hyaluronate, Poloxamer 407 0.05%, Polyquaternium 0.004%, Natrium chloride, Citric acid monohydrate, Trisodium citrate dihydrate, Sodium hydroxide anydrous, Purified water.


Do not use the product if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.

Technical specification symbols for SWATI Multi-purpose lens solution

How to use coloured lenses?

Lens placed on index finger. 1

Place the lens on the tip of your index finger. Make sure the edge of the lens is perfectly upright.

Fingers holding eye open and placing lens. 2

Hold your eye open with your free hand, then place the lens with your index finger on the cornea.

Fingers on the eyelid. 3

Slowly blink and look in different directions to stabilize the lens.