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Rules for Keeping Your Eyes Safe with Colored Contact Lenses

Feb 12,2023 | MYEYEBB

Colored contact lenses are a fun way to change your look, but they're also medical devices. Like any other medical device, they need to be used with caution. If you're thinking about getting safe colored contacts, here's what you need to know about this popular trend:

Be aware of your eyesight.

If you're considering wearing safe colored contacts, make sure that your eyesight is good enough for them. If it's not, don't use them--it's as simple as that.
If you have any questions about whether or not a specific lens will work with your eyesight, check with your doctor before purchasing it. Your doctor may be able to tell if the contact is right for you based on their knowledge of your medical history and current condition.
If possible, try on different pairs of colored contacts at an optical store before buying them so that you can see how they look in person (and don't forget to take pictures!).

Read the package instructions carefully.

  • Read the package instructions carefully.
  • Follow the instructions for cleaning and storing contact lenses, especially if you are not sure how to do it correctly. If you have questions about how to clean and store your contacts, check with your eye doctor before using them for the first time or after an extended period of time without wearing them (like when sleeping).

Use contact lens solutions with caution.

Contact lens solutions should be used as directed, and if you have sensitive eyes or dry eyes, use caution when using contact lens solutions.
If you have an eye infection, do not wear colored contacts until the infection is treated and your doctor says it is safe for you to do so.

Don't wear colored contacts if you have an eye infection or sensitivity to contact lenses.

If you have an eye infection or sensitivity to contact lenses, colored contacts should not be worn.
In some cases, it can be difficult for doctors to tell whether a person has an eye infection from looking at them. If this happens with a patient who is wearing colored contact lenses and has been diagnosed with an infection in the past, there may be more serious consequences than just having their prescription changed.
If you are unsure whether it's safe for you to wear colored contacts because of previous problems with your eyes (such as conjunctivitis), talk with your optometrist before trying on any new pairs of fashion accessories.

Don't share your safe colored contacts lenses with anyone else.

Don't share colored contact lenses with anyone else.
  • Contact lenses are medical devices, so they're not like other things you can share with your friends. Don't use someone else's colored contacts unless they were prescribed to them by a doctor and you know for sure that they won't harm your eyes.
  • If you want to be extra safe, don't even use expired or damaged colored contacts--even if it means having to stick with the boring old clear ones for now!

Colored contacts can be fun, but you need to be careful with them

Colored contacts are a fun way to change your look, but you should be careful when wearing them.
  • Read the instructions on the package. If you're not sure how to put in or take out colored contact lenses, ask your eye doctor for advice before trying them. You can also find instructions online at places like Colored Contacts 101 or Lenses Express Online (links are in Resources).
  • Be careful with Safe contact lens solutions and cleaning solutions. These products can irritate your eyes if they get into them or if they touch your eyelids while you're putting on or taking off colored contacts--especially if there's an open cut on those areas! So wash thoroughly with soap and water before using any kind of solution on yourself or others who might be using this type of product as well; keep all bottles tightly closed at all times; never share bottles with people who have different types/colors/sizes/etceteras because doing so could result in both parties getting hurt by chemicals inside each other's bottles accidentally mixing up together which could cause serious damage including blindness even death depending upon how severe their injuries were sustained after using unsafe chemicals such as these ones which would obviously never happen under normal circumstances but still remains possible nonetheless so always err on side caution rather than risk losing sight forever over something trivial like vanity
We hope that these tips will help you to enjoy your safe colored contacts and keep your eyes healthy. Remember that even though they're fun, they are still medical devices that must be treated with care.