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How To Use Daily Contact Lenses

Updated: Nov 20, 2023

Whether you are trying out contact lenses for the first time or are already a seasoned contact lens wearer, knowing how to use daily contact lenses is important for your eye health. There are a number of ways to ensure your lenses are clean and safe, but the most important step is to keep them in good condition.

One of the best ways to keep your lenses in tip-top shape is to wash your hands before and after using them. This helps keep bacteria from transferring to your lenses and causing an infection. Washing your hands is especially important if you are wearing contact lenses and wearing other forms of eyewear.

Another great way to keep your lenses clean is to change your contact lens solution. This helps to disinfect the lenses and improve the comfort of your eyes. You should wash your hands before and after using contact lenses, and you should also change your contact lens solution every day.

For weekly and monthly contact lenses, you also want to invest in a contact lens case. These cases allow you to store your lenses safely and easily. For daily lenses, however, since you replace them everyday, a protective case is made to protect the blister packs, not the lenses themselves. A contact lens dispenser or organizer ensures you always know the location and condition of the next lens you need. Opto Org’s contact lens storage innovation is good because it removes the clutter, and does not require you to disassemble your contact lens packs to put it in the daily organizer.

Besides cleaning your contacts, you should also use eye drops. This is important, as it helps to prevent irritation and dry eyes. You should also avoid wearing cosmetics before using contact lenses. These can irritate your eyes and affect your vision. If you do use makeup, make sure you clean your eyes with an eye wash first to avoid the risk of bacterial infection.

Daily contact lenses are more expensive compared to monthly contact lenses. It should be replaced on a daily basis as it was designed for daily use. If you wear them for longer than that, it can cause irritation as it was designed to be replaced everyday. Daily lenses are made of a complex matrix of synthetic materials that are made to resist breakage. If you do not properly replace your lenses, you could risk eye damage.

Verify the labels and details on your daily contact lenses, particularly the expiration date. The best way to get the most out of your lenses is to make sure they are cleaned properly, and to replace them as necessary. If you have a problem, contact your eye doctor. This will ensure that your eyes remain healthy and that your vision is clear.

The daily contact that is best for you will depend on your lifestyle and your eyes. Some people may want to wear glasses during the day, while others may want to wear their contact lenses at night. If you have sensitive eyes, you may want to invest in a contact lens with a higher water content. And remember, for optimum eye health NEVER SLEEP in your contact lenses.

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