Can I use regular eye drops with contacts?

While some of them may be OK for use with contact lenses, they are designed to not only lubricate the eye but to promote healing of the eye’s surface. It is best to stick with eye drops that specifically state, “for contact lenses.” However, many other artificial tears for dry eyes are OK to use with contact lenses.

Can I put eye drops in while wearing contacts?

In general, it is ok to use preservative free artificial tears while you are wearing contact lenses. In some cases, you can use eye drops that say “for contacts” on the label. The reason you can’t use regular eye drops is because most eye drops contact preservatives.

Can I use Visine eye drops with contacts?

Do not use this medication while wearing contact lenses. Visine may contain a preservative that can discolor soft contact lenses. Wait at least 15 minutes after using this medicine before putting in your contact lenses.

What can I use instead of contact lens liquid?

Saline is one of a few alternatives for contact solution as a temporary storage liquid to keep contact lenses hydrated and lubricated. This solution is the safest option to store contact lenses as it won’t scratch your contacts or harm your eyes, but it will not kill all the bacteria that is on the lenses.

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Can I cry with contacts in?

It’s perfectly fine to cry while wearing your contacts, just avoid touching your eyes too much, since you could end up wrinkling or folding your contact lens on your eyes, dislodging them from the cornea. This might cause the lenses to get stuck under the eyelids and cause irritation.

Can I use eye drops before contacts?

Moisten your eyes with rewetting drops before putting in your contact lenses. Use the drops throughout the day so your eyes stay moist. When you’re in a very dry environment, like a heated room during winter, you may need to use drops more often. If your eyes are sensitive, try a preservative-free brand of eye drop.

Can I use Lumify with contacts?

​Can I use LUMIFY™ eye drops with my contacts? Yes! Just be sure they’re not in when you put LUMIFY™ in your eyes, and wait 10 minutes to put your contacts back in after use.

Is Lumify safe for contacts?

do not use more than 4 times daily. remove contact lenses before use. wait at least 10 minutes before re-inserting contact lenses after use. if using other ophthalmic products while using this product, wait at least 5 minutes between each product.

Can I leave my contact lenses without solution?

You can’t safely store contact lenses without the right contact lens disinfecting solution. If you don’t have solution available, you’ll need to buy some or dispose of your contacts and use a fresh pair next time.

How do you make contact lens solution at home?

You can used distilled water purchased from most drug and grocery stores to make sterile and longer-lasting saline without boiling water. This is an easy and less time-consuming process. Mix eight teaspoons of salt into 1 gallon (4 L) of distilled water. Refrigerate solution and use within one month.

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Is sleeping with contacts bad for eyes?

Is It Safe to Sleep With Contact Lenses In? It is not safe to sleep while wearing contact lenses. According to experts, sleeping with contacts increases your risk for a corneal infection, which is an infection of the clear layer protecting the colored part of your eye.

Are 30 day contacts safe?

What is your tolerance for risk? Both 30-day contacts and LASIK surgery carry some degree of risk, but the rate of serious complications is very low for both. Still, if you want to avoid all potential risks associated with these vision correction options, wearing eyeglasses is your safest choice.

Why do my contacts go blurry?

Dirty lenses are one of the leading causes of blurry contacts. Many people who wear contacts wear them for longer than is recommended, which can lead to protein deposits on the lenses. These deposits can blur your vision, and can also cause major health issues.