Hello girls! Today my post is about Lenses Care Tips. Here are some tips which are useful for the basic care of your contact lenses. This forms the basis of lens care regime. So tonight when it is time to take off your lenses the following tips will make taking care of lenses easier and simpler. Let’s see some useful tips through this post-Lenses Care Tips.
Tips for Lenses Care:
⦁Avoid moisturising or using antibacterial soap when washing your hands to prevent contaminating lens.
⦁ Fill your contact lens case with solution before replacing lens in case to help avoid damage.
⦁ Keep your contact lenses always moist.
⦁ Avoid using permanent or lash building mascara’s as these can create deposits on contact lenses that are difficult to remove.
⦁ Use contact lenses only through medical guidance and valid prescription to avoid risk.
⦁ Keep your contact lenses case clean and tightly closed.
⦁ Remove your contact lenses while sleeping.
⦁ Keep the solutions in a cool dry place and away from dust and filth.
⦁ Remove the lenses from your eye in such a way that your nails does not harm your eyes.
Tips for cleaning contact lenses:
Cleaning contact lenses is much more than just dumping them in the lens case filled with solution. Taking a little extra care can make your lenses last longer.
⦁ Wash your hands properly before removing the contact lenses from eyes.
⦁ Start cleaning with the same contact lens always, (left eye first) so you do not mix up your lenses.
⦁ Avoid pouring lotion on your hands as this may get on your lens when cleaning.
⦁ Use oil free foundation and other moisturisers when wearing contact lenses.
⦁ Avoid cleaning contact lenses with saliva, it is a very harmful practice.
⦁ Clean the lenses with the solution recommended by your eye doctor or optician only.
⦁ Avoid touching the tips of cleaning solutions for your lenses as this can contaminate the cleaning solution.
⦁ Clean the contact lenses whenever you remove them.
⦁ Rinse the cleaning solution on lenses properly.
⦁ Rinse your contact lenses and flush your eyes if your contact lenses start irritating your eyes.