8 Contact Lens Care Tips

8 Contact Lens Care Tips

Taking proper care of your contact lenses is crucial for preserving eye health and ensuring clear vision. Here are some essential tips to keep in mind:

1. Rinse and Store Your Lenses in Cleaning Solutions:

Before and after wearing your lenses, rinse them with a cleaning solution recommended by your eye care professional. Storing your lenses in these solutions and replacing fresh solutions every day helps eliminate dirt, debris, and bacteria, ensuring lens cleanliness and preventing adverse effects on your eyes.

2. Put Your Lenses in Before Makeup and Remove Them Before Removing Makeup:

To avoid makeup particles from getting trapped under your lenses, insert your contact lenses before applying makeup. Similarly, remove your lenses before removing makeup to prevent irritation or infection. Makeup residue on lenses can make your vision blurry and uncomfortable.


3. Deep Clean Your Contacts with ReO2:

For deep cleaning your contact lenses, consider using ReO2 Contact Lens Cleaner. ReO2 utilizes pioneering electrochemistry technology to revolutionize contact lens care. Its innovative Electrophoresis technology, powered by patented Elepy technology, can effectively remove up to 94.7% of protein deposits and restore 94% of oxygen permeability. Additionally, ReO2 employs electrolysis to generate hypochlorous acid, rapidly eliminating 99.999% of bacteria in just 3 minutes.

4. Don't Share Lenses:

Sharing contact lenses can transfer bacteria and viruses from one person's eye to another's, leading to potential infections. It's crucial to avoid sharing lenses to protect your eye health and minimize the risk of infections.

5. Don't Ignore Eye Discomfort:

If you experience eye discomfort, excessive tearing, vision changes, or redness, remove your lenses immediately and contact your eye doctor. Ignoring these symptoms can lead to serious eye problems and complications.

6. Don't Wear Lenses Longer Than Recommended:

Wearing lenses for longer than the recommended duration can cause eye discomfort, dryness, irritation, and increase the risk of infection. Follow your eye care professional's instructions regarding wearing schedules to maintain optimal eye health.

7. Avoid Wearing Lenses While Swimming or Showering:

Remove your contact lenses before swimming or showering to prevent waterborne bacteria and infections. Store your lenses safely in a clean case with fresh solution to avoid contamination.

8. Clean and Replace Your Lens Case Regularly:

Regularly cleaning and replacing your lens case is vital to prevent the buildup of germs. Bacteria thrive in the moist environment of the case, posing a risk to your eyes. To maintain hygiene, wash your lens case with your contact solution and let it air dry daily. Replace your case every three months to prevent contamination. 

By following these contact lens care tips and utilizing ReO2 Contact Lens Cleaner, you can ensure optimal eye health and comfort while wearing contact lenses.

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