How to use contact lenses
In ancient times, we would use "water eyes points red lips" to describe beautiful women, because eyes and lips are the most beautiful part. With the help of contact lenses, you can easily have a pair of storytelling eyes. But behind this beauty, there are always people who have damaged their cornea due to improper use, which is not worth the loss in the end. Let's learn about the standard use of contact lenses.
Before wearing contact lenses, trim long fingernails, wash and dry hands, then use small tweezers in the lens case to take out the lenses, put them on the belly of the wearing stick or index finger, after identifying the front and back, use another hand to open the eyes, and move the lenses horizontally to the eyeball. When the lens contacts the eyeball surface, it will automatically absorb it. After that, you can adjust the lens position by rotating the eyeball and blinking the eyes, so that the contact lens can fit more closely.
When you need to remove the lens, you should clean your hands first, use the two fingers of your left hand to open the upper and lower eyelids respectively, push the lens with the index finger of your right hand towards the corner of the eye, move it to the white area, and then use the index finger and thumb of your right hand to hold the edge of the lens to remove the lens easily.
After use, the lenses will be stained with various precipitates, so it is necessary to take care of them in time. Put the lens directly on the palm of the left hand, drip about 3 drops of nursing liquid into it and rub it for cleaning, ensuring that each side is rubbed for at least 20 seconds, then carefully lift the lens and wash it with fresh nursing liquid, and finally put it into the duplex box for soaking. The solution must be completely immersed in the lens, and the cover of the couple case must be tightened.
There are many people wearing contact lenses, but not all of them have mastered the correct use methods. Contact lenses have strict requirements for health, and must be operated in accordance with the specifications to avoid eye injury.