Contact lens cleaning method
Cleaning contact lenses is very necessary, and it is an important process that cannot be ignored when wearing contact lenses. Next, the editor will give you a detailed introduction to the cleaning method of contact lenses.
Due to the continuous adsorption of tear protein and dust in the air during the wearing process of contact lenses, these substances will block the oxygen-permeable holes of the lens over time, resulting in blurred vision and other problems. At the same time, these deposits accumulate on the surface of the lens and become a place for bacteria to breed. Therefore, after wearing contact lenses that are not cleaned for a long time, it is easy to cause red eyes and dry eyes. In severe cases, it will cause diseases such as keratitis, conjunctivitis and even blindness.
In fact, the cleaning method of contact lenses is also very simple. First take out a lens and place it in the palm of your hand, drop an appropriate amount of the care solution, and then gently rub the pulp of the index finger of the other hand for about 20 seconds, then turn the lens over and rub the other side. After both sides have been thoroughly rubbed, use small tweezers to pick up the lens, rinse it off with a flowing care solution, and repeat the above steps to clean another lens. Finally, put clean contact lenses into the double box to soak for the next time you wear them.
Generally speaking, there is no fixed number of cleanings, and its frequency is related to the frequency of wearing. After each wearing, take out the lens from the eye and clean the lens in time to avoid protein deposition and difficult to remove.
Contact lenses have a special care solution for cleaning, which can be bought in regular optical stores. Care solution must be used to clean contact lenses, remember not to use other liquids casually. After the care solution is opened, it usually has a shelf life of only three months. The date of opening should be recorded to prevent the care solution from expiring and losing its effectiveness, affecting the life of the lens and the safety of wearing.