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How to Handle your Lenses in a Hygienic way

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Old 12-31-2016, 05:33 AM
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Lightbulb How to Handle your Lenses in a Hygienic way

We highly recommend that you'll always handle your contact lenses in a Hygienic way.

Using a tweezer to pick up the lens and then put it in your eye with the suction holder will prevent the fatty residue of your hands from entering your eye.
When you use your hands to pick up, insert, and remove the lenses fatty residue will enter your eyes and this can cause irritation and excessive tears.

The eyes do not favor any fatty residue, especially if the residue is located in the inner side of the lens and as a result in constant contact with the cornea.

You can also use the suction holder to remove the lenses from your eyes so you don't have to touch the lens with your hands.

You will be able to wear your lenses for longer periods of time if you'll make sure not to insert any fatty residue into your eyes.

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