Do Not Wear Contact Lenses This Way

Do Not Wear Contact Lenses This Way

At the present time, the use of contact lenses to elevate facial attractiveness has long been nothing new. However, when it comes to this little thing, a number of people who have been using it for a long time have a lot of complaints.

Often experiencing dryness and foreign bodies in the eyes after wearing them for a prolonged period of time. The new lenses just bought turned out to be uncomfortable after not using them for a while. After soaking the lenses overnight, they are still dry when worn the next day.

Are there problems with the contact lenses? However, it still could not be avoided even after replacing the contact lenses with more costly and better ones. Perhaps it’s not the contact lenses that should take the blame, but rather you failed to remove the tear proteins properly when cleaning the lenses.

Tear Proteins Not Only Dirty Your Lenses

It Also Makes You Red-eyed 

At the moment contact lenses come into contact with tears, tear proteins will commence being adsorbed, which not only adhere to the surface of the lens but also penetrate deeply into the tiny pores of the internal structure of the lens.

The lens of contact lenses resembles a net, in which tear proteins are attached to the mesh. When the lenses are relatively new, there is not too much sediment to be felt, for which you normally do not perceive its presence.

Nevertheless, after a prolonged period of time, the deposited proteins and other impurities become increasingly numerous, which leads to a slight blockage of the air permeability of the lenses, followed by a decrease in transparency and oxygen permeability. Meanwhile, the contact lenses that were initially worn in conjunction with the lenses also commence to get less comfortable.

In case you wear long-period lenses without taking the momentary discomfort into account, there exists a certain probability of damaging the health of the ocular surface.

This is attributed to the fact that the protein deposited in the lenses will progressively aggravate the abrasion and irritation of the cornea, which is likely to in turn result in an increased risk of corneal infection, thereby leading to symptoms such as dryness, redness, or foreign body sensation in the eyes.

Furthermore, the denatured tear proteins on the lenses are likely to cause allergic reactions and, in severe cases, have the probability of provoking diseases such as giant papillary conjunctivitis.

Utilizing patent electrophoresis technology inspired by a Nobel-winning project, ReO2 Contact Lens Cleaner achieves an impressive protein deposit removal rate of 94.7%. It breaks down protein peptide bonds, transforming them into smaller molecules. Then, it employs an electrical field to effectively eliminate these molecules from the contact lens body, ensuring a deep and thorough clean of protein deposits.

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