Practice Makes Perfect
It takes a little time and practice to get used to putting on and taking off contact lenses, just like any new habit.
Putting lenses on and taking them off
Putting in and taking out contact lenses can take a little practice.
- Try allowing yourself more time to get ready in the morning until you’ve mastered the technique.
- Why not set an alarm to help you stick to your new routine? For example, when to remove or clean your lenses.
- You can also set a reminder when to open a new box or reorder lenses.
Cleaning and caring for your lenses
With daily disposable lenses, you can throw them away at the end of the day. But when it comes to reusable lenses, it is important to establish a cleaning routine. Over time, deposits such as protein in your tears can accumulate on your lenses, which may lead to eye irritation. Clean your lenses daily to help keep your eyes bright, fresh and healthy.
Learn more about cleaning and caring for your contact lenses.
Replacing Your Contact Lenses
Once you have found the right lenses for you, it is important to remember to replace them with a new pair regularly as advised by your optician to help ensure your eyes remain comfortable and healthy.
Find out more about when to replace your contact lenses.
IF YOU WEAR REUSABLE CONTACT LENSES
Try replacing your lenses on the same day of the week for consistency. For example you can discard of your old lenses on a Sunday night and start with a fresh pair on Monday morning.
WHEN YOU OPEN A NEW PACKET OF CONTACT LENSES
Marking the date on the lenses packet is an easy way to stay on schedule.
WRITE “REORDER” ON YOUR LAST BOX OF LENSES
As well as the phone number of your opticians on the contact lenses pack for quick, easy replacement.