04 - 06 - 2023

Usefull tips


  • Wash your hands thoroughly before putting on and removing the lens;
  • Do it on a smooth surface where the lens can’t be damaged if it falls in the drain sink;
  • Always try to put on the right lens first to avoid confusion;
  • Hold the lens with fingertips and avoid touching the nails;
  • Wipe the lens line (back and forward), rather than circular motions.

Before wearing lenses:

  • Check the lens to be sure that it is hydrated, transparent and free from any cracks or breaks;
  • Ensure that the lens is not turned inside out (if the edges of the lens are turned out  than it means that the lens is turned inside out).

If you accidentally turned the lens inside out, it means that the necessity of its removal can be determinate by one of the next sings.

The lens is:

  • Less convenient;
  • Is being felt like a foreign body;
  • Significantly moves while blinking.


Make sure that the soap, cosmetics and other chemicals do not affect the lens. Do not use the eye drops during lens wearing, unless they are specifically appointed for use them with contact lenses (contact your ophthalmologist for advice). Do not use any inner eye drops during lens wearing, if only they are not prescribed by an ophthalmologist. Lenses must be disinfected daily or after each wearing. If for any reason lenses are not been wearing every day, they should be stored in a portable case and the frequency of disinfection should be checked with your doctor. Do not wear soft contact lenses while working in an atmosphere with the presence of toxic or irritating fumes and vapors. If you experience unusual irritation, immediately remove lenses and consult your ophthalmologist who had prescribed them.



  • MYTH 1. Contact lenses are uncomfortable
  • MYTH 2. I am afraid to insert anything into my eyes
  • MYTH 3. Contact lenses lead to eye infections
  • MYTH 4. Contact lenses are harmful for eyes
  • MYTH 5. Contact lenses do not let your eyes "breathe"
  • MYTH 6. Contact lenses can displace by the eye
  • MYTH 7. The lens can fall out of the eye
  • MYTH 8. Care of contact lenses takes a lot of time
  • MYTH 9. I can not use decorative cosmetics when wearing contact lenses
  • MYTH 10. Colored lenses can be worn without a doctor's advice
  • MYTH 11. All contact lenses are the same
  • MYTH 12. The higher water content the lens material has, the more oxygen gets into the eye
  • MYTH 13. Contact lenses can not provide good enough vision in comparison to glasses
  • MYTH 14. I can not wear contact lenses because I have astigmatism
  • MYTH 15. I don't need contact lenses - I use glasses only for reading
  • MYTH 16. Children can not wear contact lenses
  • MYTH 17. I am too old to start wearing contact lenses
  • MYTH 18. Buying contact lenses is an expensive way of vision correction

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