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Congrats on your new lenses and your new look! With these tips, you’ll be surprised how easy it can be to make contact lenses a part of your daily routine! Below you’ll find all the advice you’ll need for wearing and caring for your contact lenses.

Congrats on your new lenses and your new look! With these tips, you’ll be surprised how easy it can be to make contact lenses a part of your daily routine! Below you’ll find all the advice you’ll need for wearing and caring for your contact lenses.

Practice Makes Perfect

There’s no denying trying contacts takes some getting used to. But when you’re ready for contacts, they become a part of your daily routine, and with any new habit, you just need a little practice.

There’s no denying trying contacts takes some getting used to. But when you’re ready for contacts, they become a part of your daily routine, and with any new habit, you just need a little practice.

Putting in and taking out contact lenses may take a little getting used to, but soon you’ll be doing it without a second thought. Here are some tips that can help:

  • Give yourself a little more time in the morning to get ready until you’re used to putting in your lenses.
  • It can be easy to forget to clean your contacts or take them out at night. Set an alarm and your phone will remember for you.
  • Set a reminder. Put important dates on your calendar such as opening a new box, or reordering lenses.
Steps to creating a routine to put on and take out contact lenses

Putting in and taking out contact lenses may take a little getting used to, but soon you’ll be doing it without a second thought. Here are some tips that can help:

  • Give yourself a little more time in the morning to get ready until you’re used to putting in your lenses.
  • It can be easy to forget to clean your contacts or take them out at night. Set an alarm and your phone will remember for you.
  • Set a reminder. Put important dates on your calendar such as opening a new box, or reordering lenses.

With daily lenses, you can toss them at the end of the day. But when it comes to reusable lenses, it’s important to have a cleaning routine.

Over time, protein in your tear film can accumulate on your contact lenses, creating a thin haze. Protein deposits may also lead to eye irritation.

Clean your lenses daily, and keep your eyes – and yourself – looking bright, fresh and healthy.

Steps for cleaning your contact lenses

With daily lenses, you can toss them at the end of the day. But when it comes to reusable lenses, it’s important to have a cleaning routine.

Over time, protein in your tear film can accumulate on your contact lenses, creating a thin haze. Protein deposits may also lead to eye irritation.

Clean your lenses daily, and keep your eyes – and yourself – looking bright, fresh and healthy.

Tips For Replacing Your Lenses

Once you find the lenses that fit your lifestyle, make sure you create a replacement schedule. Here are some tips for setting up a schedule that keeps your eyes comfortable and healthy:

Once you find the lenses that fit your lifestyle, make sure you create a replacement schedule. Here are some tips for setting up a schedule that keeps your eyes comfortable and healthy:

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