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Nervous? Don’t be. Putting contact lenses in and taking them out is easier than you might think. It may take a few days for your eyes to get used to the feeling of wearing lenses. If you’re having trouble don’t force it, give yourself plenty of time to get comfortable. There’s no rush, you can always try again tomorrow.
Daily disposable contacts are inserted on the eye every morning and thrown away every night, so you don’t need care solutions.
One and done is an easy care routine for many first-time wearers or people with active lifestyles.
Simply clean daily and store in lens solution overnight to maintain safety and cleanliness.
2-week contacts require basic care and upkeep, but also enable you to have one pair for a longer period of time than just a day.
Basic care and upkeep—storing and cleaning in lens solution overnight—allows you to keep them for an extended period of time.
Because you’ll have these longer, they require some amount of responsibility to keep them clean.
- How long will it take for the contacts to feel normal?
- This varies for everyone. If you feel like it has been too long, the best way to find out why you’re uncomfortable, and what you can do about it, is to talk to your eye doctor.
- Should the contact move around after I put it in?
- With proper fitting, contacts should stay in place almost all the time. Even on that rare occasion when a contact lens moves out of place, it usually stays on your eye until you can move it back.
- Is it okay if my vision is still blurry after putting in my contacts?
- Many things can adversely affect your vision. It could be as simple as dry eyes, poor-fitting lenses, or an out-of-date prescription. It could also be a sign of a more serious problem not related to your contacts. You should always talk to your eye doctor about any issues you are having with your vision or your contact lenses.