Simple Tips to Clean Circle Lenses

To make contact lenses last longer and to prevent infections or damage in your eyes it is very important to perform a proper cleaning of the circle lenses on regular basis. If you are unable to do the proper cleaning care of your circle contact lenses, chances are the one day your may start feeling discomfort wearing your circle lens. With improper use of your circle lense, protein deposits will start to accumulate on your lenses and make you feel uncomfortable wearing them. These protein deposits are found naturally in the eye and accumulate on or around the circle lens if you do not wash them properly for longer period of time.

Whether you wear circle lenses, rigid or soft, correction or colored contact lenses, the answer to how to clean your circle lens involves the same steps. The only difference may be in the cleaning solution to be used for each type of lens. In this case, your eye care specialist may be able to give you the necessary instructions when you decide to buy circle lenses.

Let’s see what steps are involved in how to clean your circle lenses:
Washing of circle lenses should be made as soon as they are removed from the eyes. Never leave them exposed to wash later. Just takes them off and wash them properly as recommended by your doctor and always use a professional saline solution.

How to wash the lenses?

As soon as you remove your circle lenses from your eyes using your properly washed fingers, you must place the circle lens on the palm of your hand, pour a few drops of cleaning solution on the lens and rub with soft movements with the forefinger of the other hand for 20 seconds. Apply linear motion in all directions to ensure that the particles are removed.

Rinsing:
After you have washed your circle lens, you should rinse with plenty of solution (there are different types of solutions or solutions specific multipurpose rinse). Rinsing removes all excess dirt that has been left un-removed in the washing process. The rinse should also be performed before putting circle lenses the next day to remove the surplus that may remain.

Disinfection:
Once you are done rinsing your circle lens, you should let it rest in the case properly dipped in the fresh disinfectant solution. If using multipurpose solutions, make sure that you change the solution every day and do not use it for longer period of time. Most of the renowned contact lens specialists suggest that it takes at a minimum of 4-6 hours before these circle lenses are fully disinfected from the harmful bacteria and any other micro-organisms.

The answer to how to clean your circle lens is a good resource if you care for your eyes and want to use wearing your circle contact lenses that make your look beautiful by increasing the size of your eyes for longer period of time.

 

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