Wearing contact lenses may be the first hurdle for beginners. In fact, once you understand how to do it, and pay attention to a few tips, it will be easy to wear contact lenses.
Before we learn the tips, let's first ask, are you wearing the right way? If you are wearing it the wrong way, not only is it useless to do it over and over again, but it can even do a lot of damage to your eyes. The standard way of wearing should be to clean hands first, dry water, take out the lens and place it on the fingertip to distinguish the front and the back, hold the lens with the finger belly, pull open the eyelid and push the lens into it, contact lenses can generally fit with the eyeball by themselves.
When the lens is fully hydrated, the whole lens will become very soft, which may be difficult to put into the eye, and too much nursing fluid can also irritate the cornea. Therefore, before wearing the lens to remove excess water and wait for a moment, let the lens become a little dry before trying to wear, can improve the success rate.
There is also some skill in distinguishing between the front and the back of a lens. If it is not easy to distinguish the lens edges by directly observing the lens, you can place the lens between the middle finger and thumb. When the lens is facing up, it will buckle inward, while when it is facing up, it will stick outward to the finger belly.
Since wearing contact lenses can have a direct impact on eye health and comfort, not only do you need to learn the correct way to wear them, but you also need to master some tips in case you have to take them off and wear them again after a long time. Wear contact lenses in the early stage will feel like a hand, calm down to follow the correct steps of frequent practice, will be able to become skilled soon.