1) Lift eyes upwards and pull down your
lower eyelid with a middle finger.
2) With an index finger shift a lens from a pupil to the
white part of the eye.
3) Cautiously clamp a lens between a greater and index finger
and remove it from an eye.
Alternatively you can pull your upper eyelid up with one
hand and remove the lens with the other hand
Don’t worry if it sounds confusing. At first putting
the contact lenses
in and removing them might take a while, but after a few
days of practice you will do it very easly and it will
take only a few seconds.
Clean your contact lens every time you
1) Remove the right lens and put it on the palm of your
2) Pure a little solution for clearing contact lenses
on external and internal surfaces of a lens and give it
a gentle rub for 10-15 seconds. Use your ring finger to
apply as little pressure as possible – you don’t
want to tear your lens. (no rubbing for color lenses though)
3 ) Carefully wash out both surfaces of a lens a solution
4 ) Put the right lens in corresponding part of the container,
fill the container with a solution for clearing and close
5 ) Repeat the same procedure for the left lens.
However, you can't rub colour
contact lenses this way.
You can use all purpose contact lens solution to do all
You can also ask your eye doctor to show you how to insert
and remove the lenses. It is really simple.