Use and replacement of contact lens case

When it comes to contact lens care, the one thing that never gets around is the contact lens case. Today, author will give you a detailed introduction to the use and replacement of contact lens cases to help you understand contact lens cases more deeply.

In general, the contact lens case contains a double case, wearing rod, small tweezers, and a small portable bottle for dispensing small amounts of treatment solution. The double box is usually printed with the L and R logo, indicating left and right respectively, which can avoid confusing the lenses of the left and right eyes. The newly purchased contact lens case can be washed and disinfected with boiling water and used after air drying.


 In order to keep the contact lens case clean and hygienic, you can rinse it with fresh care solution before each use to disinfect it. If it is to save contact lenses, then the care solution in the double box should remember to replace it every 2-3 days, and the care solution can not be reused. Because the contact lens case is poured into the care solution for a long time, it is always in a relatively humid state, which is easy to breed bacteria, so it is more important to place it in a dry and ventilated place, and try to avoid placing it in the toilet or shower room.


Although contact lens cases need to be cleaned frequently, they are still expendable, so they need to be replaced every three months. During use, the contact lens case is disinfected once a week, you can use boiling water to wash, and then put on the windowsill to dry, the small tools in the box should also be separately washed and disinfected.

At present, more and more people wear contact lenses, we can not only pay attention to the cleaning and care of the lens itself, the contact lens case in the process of preserving the lens also need to avoid pollution, so the health of the contact lens case can not be ignored. Otherwise, it will not only affect the hygiene of contact lenses, but also adversely affect eye health.