For contact lens newcomers, wearing lens and removing lens are painful. It’s hard to wear contact lens, and don’t have to toss my eyes. When removing the Lens, always poke my eyes.In fact, removing the lenses is a familiar thing, as long as you practice more, you can easily take it off. You can try more than the two methods described below.You can try more, follow the two methods described below.
The first method is widely used. After cleaning your hands, Press the upper and lower eyelids separately with the index finger and middle finger, gently pull open to allow the contact lens to fully reveal, then to gently pinch the sides of the lens with the thumb and forefinger of the other hand to remove the lens from the eye then take it out.When using this method to remove the lens, be careful to keep your fingers dry, otherwise it will slip easily and it is not easy to pinch the lens.
The second method requires some skill,clean your hands, spread the eyelids with your index finger and middle finger to expose the entire lens, lightly pulling the two fingers toward the corner of the eye, at the same time, blink to launch the lens. This method is more hygienic and safe, and does not require contact with the cornea and can avoid nail scratching the cornea.
In addition, there are many precautions when removing contact lenses.When taking out the lens by these two methods, the strength should be as gentle as possible to avoid the lens from being broken and hurting the eyes; after washing the hands, it must be wiped clean with a lint-free towel to prevent microbial infection in the water.
When removing the lens, it is a normal physiological effect that the eyes do not consciously avoid it,you can keep your eyes looking straight into the mirror, try not to look at your fingers, this can help overcome fear.Keep in mind that sleeping without removing the lens will increase the risk of eye infection by nearly 10 times, and it can easily lead to ulcers, perforations, and even blindness.There are countless similar tragedies, so don't wear contact lenses overnight anyway.