When you first start wearing contact lenses, your eye examiner will demonstrate to you how to put contact lenses, then you have to practice it for a while, do not be nervous if you get into trouble in the first time - all try to wear contact lenses themselves. You will be mastered in a short time. Here's a guide lens wear contact lenses.
how to use:
Wash your hands with mild soap.
Make sure it is free of lotion, deodorant, or perfume that can damage your lens or make tidk comfortable.
Dry your hands completely, soft lenses can be leveled if your finger is wet.
If you do it near the sink, closed his disposal.
Remove the lens from its place.
Check the lens thoroughly to make sure to avoid a tear, sediment, or dirt.
If you look at the incongruity, put the lens on the tip of your index finger to the curvature facing up.
To install the soft contact lens, pull down the eyelid with your middle finger.
Eyes looking upwards to the white part of your eye sight.
Gently place the contact lens on the white part of your eye.
Keep your fingers and let the lens inside the eyelid.
Blink eye, and the lens will be heading your cornea itself.
Wash your hands.
Dry your hands thoroughly.
If your eyes are dry, before you remove your eye drops with a liquid lubricant lens.
Movement of the lens down to the white part of your finger. Press the lens gently with your thumb and forefinger, and lift navigate out of your eyes.
Contact lens users are potentially infected with bacteria, fungi, or other microbes. However, that does not mean you have to be enemies with contact lenses. A contact lens is one of the safest medical equipment when used responsibly.
Disinfectant substances contained in the contact lens cleaning solutions are not always 100 percent effective in killing fungi and bacteria. In addition to fungal and bacterial infections, using contact lenses is also the risk of triggering irritation to the eyes, corneal ulcers, conjunctivitis and corneal abrasion.
how to choose a color:
For those who have white skin, light-colored contact lenses such as blue or gray will look beautiful and appropriate.
For those who have brown skin, should avoid colors that are too bright. Warm colors such as honey, chocolate, amethyst, even gray will look very natural and beautiful.
For those who have dark skin color, color contact lenses which shine like gold, gray, and hazel, look very perfect.