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3 Tips For Getting Your Contact Lenses To Last Longer

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Contact lenses are an amazing alternative to glasses when it comes to improving your vision. Many people also really like them because they are practically invisible to others, unlike glasses. However, because contact lenses aren't cheap, it is very important that you take good care of them. Doing this is going to help them stay in good condition and last you for as long as possible. This article is going to discuss 3 tips for getting your contact lenses to last longer. 

Take Them Out At Night 

While it may be tempting for you to just keep your contact lenses in at night, this is a bad plan. Not only is this going to unnecessarily increase the amount of wear time for your contact lenses, but it can also be damaging to your eyes. It isn't going to allow your eyes to get the oxygen that they need, thus potentially making them red and sore. It can also increase your risk of eye infections, which can be very painful and will require you to avoid wearing your contacts until the infection is better. Taking your contacts out before you go to bed is going to increase the life of your contacts a great deal, thus helping you get your money's worth out of them. 

Change Out Your Multi-Purpose Solution 

Another tip for getting your contact lenses to last longer is to change out your multi-purpose solution regularly. The solution itself is going to be very effective for keeping your contacts moist and clean when they are not in your eyes. However, this solution is going to absorb whatever germs or bacteria are on your hands or on your contact lenses when you place them in the solution. Because of this, it is going to be in your best interest to change it out on a regular basis. This going to ensure that your contact lenses are kept clean and are safe to put back into your eyes at all times. 

Use A Protein Remover 

Your contacts are going to get a protein build up on them the more that you wear them. A great way to remove this build up is to use a protein remover. You will soak them in this protein remover much like you would your multi-purpose solution and it will breakdown and remove the protein from your contact lenses. This is going to make it so that your contact lenses are able to work to full capacity and won't be broken down or damaged by the protein build up.