Are disposable contact lenses okay?

Disposable contact lenses are daily disposable contact lenses, because the lenses are only worn for a single time and thrown away after use, so they are also called disposable contact lenses. So, is this kind of contact lens good?


The advantages of daily disposable contact lenses are very obvious, easy to use, easy to carry, high safety, good oxygen permeability, and there is no need to buy supplementary products such as care solutions. Once the lens is worn, it will continue to absorb lipids, proteins and other deposits, and it is difficult to completely remove them even if they are taken care of every day. There has always been a saying that the shorter the contact lens cycle, the healthier it is, and as a one-time use product, daily disposable products are indeed safer and healthier than other types.

Conversely, daily throwing is not without its shortcomings. Due to the soft texture of the lens, it is not easy to wear, especially not the first choice for novice wearers, and the relative price is relatively high. However, if you only wear it occasionally, you don't have to worry about the expiration of the care solution, and you don't have to worry about nursing. The price can actually be accepted by most people.


The scope of application of disposable contact lenses is very wide. The design of 5, 8, 10, 20 and other specifications is more user-friendly. For people who travel frequently and are inconvenient to carry care solutions and double boxes, wearing long-period contact lenses is more likely to cause waste and care is troublesome. It is more suitable to buy daily disposables.

Daily disposable contact lenses should still be operated in accordance with the product instructions when wearing them. The wearing time should not exceed 8 hours and should be thrown away after being removed. It is generally not recommended to wear daily disposable contact lenses repeatedly, because their special materials are prone to degradation, and their antibacterial ability is general. Repeated wearing is likely to cause corneal infections, and the gains outweigh the gains.