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How to Insert and Remove Soft Contact Lenses

You may have such questions as How to Put in Contact Lenses and Who Invented Contact Lenses,or you may also seek several helpful information about How To Insert Remove Contact Lenses. Besides,you may be interested in answers related to Colored Contact Lenses,too. Read more as following:

From what I know you can remove soft contact lenses by pouring contact solution on your finger. Use your finder to slide your contact off of your eyeball.

How to Put on Contact Lenses

Contact lenses can be put in two ways. You can place them on your eyeball directly for a perfect fit. I personally place it on the white of my eye and look over until the contact is in place.... More »

Who invented contact lenses?

Technically, Leonardo da Vinci. He is the first one to come up with the concept that a lens ON the eye would correct your vision. He illustrated this with a lens on the end of a tube filled with water and held up to the eye. He also demonstrated this... More »

How to insert & remove contact lenses?

1. Wash your hands thoroughly and dry them on a lint free cloth. 2. Remove the first contact. Check to make sure that it is not inside out, if you have soft contacts. Some manufacturers will place a mark on the contact so you can see if it is inside... More »

How to properly insert soft contact lenses?

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How to Insert Contact Lenses

1 Take the contact out of the little package...(for me I do left side first). Depending if your a righty or a lefty..I'm a righty...I take my right hand and put the contact on my pointed finger (next 2 thumb) sitting on the top in the center. 2 Then... More »

How to remove soft contact lenses in an emergency?

1. Wash your hands with soap and water first, if possible. Depending on how serious the emergency is, you may not have time to wash your hands. 2. Put two drops of saline solution or re-wetting drops into the eye containing the lens that needs to be... More »


  1. Madam Iza Reply:
  2. Damon Reply:

    I get my contacts next week and I can touch my eye and all that, but I am afraid that I wont be able to get them out. Any Suggestions? I am tired of glasses

  3. St3ndahl Reply:

    Can anyone give me some tips and what I should expect?

  4. Yaz Smith Reply:

    please tell me in detail. because i’ve got viral infection for my eye, so i need to know it in detail. thank you so much!
    And can i wear my contact lens just after my eye had recovered or should i wait for few weeks or months??
    btw the contact lens im wearing is Monthly Disposable type. =)

  5. Happy12323 Reply:

    how long can they be used for? how much do they cost? what kind of cleaner should i get? etc. can you please give me as much facts as possible

  6. Emm Reply:

    I am a new contact lens wearer and I have a very difficult time taking them out. I seem to be able to put them in effortlessly, but taking them out…now there’s a challenge! Help!

  7. Carlos Reply:

    what happens the day i go to the doctors to get my contacts for the first time?

  8. Cheya Reply:

    It would be very bad for me if i didn’t wear my contacts, i would not be able to see very well or catch passes.

  9. Smilegirl Reply:

    I’ve never done it before and I’ve tried and tried but the stupid thing won’t go in. I am totally unsqueamish about my eyes, so have no problem touching my eye etc. They are very soft thin floppy ones.
    Pahaha the CONTACT LENSES are soft thin very floppy ones, not my eyes!

  10. Kitten~lover Reply:

    I’m getting contact lenses soon. What happens at the eye exam when you get them? Do they touch your eye in any way or dilate them? Will anything hurt? Do you have advice? How do contacts feel when you first put them in? I’m getting soft Acuvue lenses. Please reply and thanks! :-)

  11. Angelskies537 Reply:

    Coz I wear alot of eye make up and it doesn’t make sense to wear the lenses first and then apply an eye pencil to the lower lid as it will smear the kohl on the lenses. Why is that suggested?

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