HOW TO WEAR YOUR COLORED LENSES


APPLYING YOUR CONTACT LENSES

Make sure you wash your hands thoroughly before applying your contact lenses. Avoid scented or oily soaps that may adhere to the lens surface. 

  1. Gently shake your lens case containing the storage solution to loosen the contact lens from its packaging. Do not pull at the lens with your finger, just shake gently.

  2. Slide the lens out of its case and into the palm of your hand. Rinse thoroughly with the appropriate contact lens solution.

  3. Place the contact lens on the tip of your index or middle finger, which should be dry to mostly dry.

  4. With the fingers and thumb of your other hand, simultaneously pull up on your upper eyelid and down on your lower eyelid.

  5. Position the lens on your eye while looking upward or strait ahead, whichever you find to be easier. You also can apply the contact lens by placing it on the white of the eye closest to your ear.

  6. Gently close your eye, then blink a few times to help the lens settle in place.

  7. If done correctly, lens should be comfortable and your vision should be clear. If the lens is uncomfortable after a few moments, the lens may be inverted, in which case you'll remove it, flip the lens, and repeat the steps 2-6.

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REMOVING YOUR CONTACT LENSES

Always wash your hands before removing contact lenses. If you are standing in front of a sink, use a clean paper towel to cover the drain where the contact lens might accidentally fall.

  1. First look upward or sideways while you pull down on your lower eyelid. With a finger, gently maneuver the lens onto the white of your eye. There, you can very gently pinch the lens together with your index finger and thumb. Tip: Until you master contact lens removal, you may consider keeping your fingernails short.

  2. Place lenses in a storage case filled with brand new solution, every time.

 

HOW DO YOU CLEAN CONTACT LENSES?

Use fresh, contact lens cleaning solution every time. Don't use tap or sterile water, saliva, saline solution or rewetting drops. None of these will disinfect. Rub your contact lenses gently with your fingers and rinse them with fresh cleaning solution. Cleaning and disinfecting solutions are import to minimize the risk of bacterial eye infections and also lead to the lenses lasting their full life. If your lenses cause irritation or grow uncomfortable after repeated wear, it may be time to toss them for a new pair. 

Remember to always use fresh solution and discard solution from lens case after each use. Do not re-use solution.


WHEN PURCHASING OUR ITEMS YOU ARE AGREEING WE ARE NOT HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY MISUSE OF LENSES OR EYE INJURY. WE ARE NOT HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY MISUSE OF CONTACT LENSES. 


Remove your lenses immediately if you develop unusual pain, experience stinging, redness, unusual blurred vision, discharge or light sensitivity. If lens is damaged, do not put the lens back on your eye. Toss and purchase a new pair regardless of the manufacture wear length stated.