How to remove the lenses?

Leonid Veselov
Leonid Veselov
July 5, 2012
How to remove the lenses?

Lenses today have gained unprecedented popularity. Even people with good eyesight buy lenses, most often in order to change eye color. And, of course, when buying contact lenses, many questions arise about their proper use. Let's take a look at how to remove contact lenses correctly.

Before removing the lenses, you should wash your hands well, however, any actions with the lenses must be done with clean hands to avoid contact with bacteria and fungi, dirt and dust, because all this can cause dangerous eye diseases. Hands should be dry so that they do not have any kind of villi that can get into the eyes, cause their irritation and discomfort.

Removing lenses is best at the table so that you can quickly find them if they suddenly fall. If your lenses are different in correcting power, you should always start removing with one eye in order to protect yourself from confusion. There are several answers to the question of how to remove the lenses.

So look up and gently move the contact lens on the protein down with the pad of your finger. Pinch the lens with your thumb and forefinger and remove it from the eye. Next, the lens must be cleaned and placed in a special container for storage and disinfection. Please note that in no case can you squeeze the contact lens with your nails!

The second method is slightly different from the first. Look up, pulling the eyelid off with your middle finger. This should be done with an appropriate hand. Next, you need to move the lens to the side or down with the pad of your index finger, “holding” its bottom edge. Further, everything is the same as in the first method. In order to make sure everything is done correctly, in the question of how to remove the lenses, the video will help the best!