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Drops

Drops

For those who love to wear contact lenses, rewetting, and lubricating drops are used to moisturize them while they occupy your eyes and make you more comfortable. Dryness is a serious challenge when it comes to wearing contact lenses, and it has caused a lot of people to ditch the idea of wearing them. Rewetting drops come to the rescue as they are packed with ingredients that promote moisturization.

Active Ingredients

The major ingredients that make rewetting drops a solution for dry eye symptoms are electrolytes. These electrolytes include Sodium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, Magnesium Phosphate, Calcium Chloride, and Potassium Chloride. The electrolytes are responsible for providing artificial wetness for the eyes which keeps them refreshed all day long.

How to Use Rewetting Drops

As a rule of thumb, you should apply rewetting drops as soon as you notice any slight dryness and never allow your contact lens to go dry completely. If they become too dry, applying lubricants on them won't be enough to improve the situation and you will have to take them out for the sake of your comfort first to avoid debris building up in them. When it comes to application, it follows a similar process with your regular eye drops.

  • Ensure your hands are washed and wiped with a dry cloth.
  • Tilt your head backward, and use one hand to lowest your bottom eyelids.
  • Careful add the drops to the bottom part of the lids.
  • Close your eyes and blink repeatedly for the moisture to distribute to every part of the eye and then redo for the other eye.
  • You can apply at intervals depending on how dry eyes grow with time. However, if after the applications, you still experience discomfort, please remove the lens and contact your optometrist or any eye care specialist.

What to Avoid

In applying drops, there are things you should avoid and precautions to note. They include:

  • Avoid applying them when your eyes are overly dry.
  • Avoid using them daily unless your doctor recommends that for you.
  • Avoid any rewetting drops you aren't sure of its authenticity.
  • Avoid drops that are not compatible with contact lenses. Some are just meant for dry eyes syndrome. Go for the ones that are specifically made for contact lens. They should even have the tag ""For Soft Contact Lenses"".
  • If your eyes are completely dry and making you uncomfortable, don't apply the drops on the lens. Take it out, and apply the solution on the lens before inserting back into your eyes.
  • Do not share rewetting drops with anyone and don't use any not meant for you.

Benefits of Using Rewetting and Lubricating Drops

  • They provide moisture to the eyes with a contact lens and keep the wearer comfortable.
  • Helps to avoid blurry vision due to dryness in the eyes.
  • Convenient to apply and works faster than pills.

To ensure you enjoy and remain comfortable while wearing your contact lens, we've got you covered on different brands of rewetting and lubricating drops. They are from reputable manufacturers, with the right crop of ingredients for your daily comfort.

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