How to Apply and Remove Contact Lens| Bausch + Lomb

How to Apply contact lens in just 4 steps

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Always wash your hands with soap & water before handling contact lenses. Dry your hands completely using clean lint free towel.

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Place wet, clean right eye lens on tip of index finger.


Pull down lower lid of right eye with middle/ring finger of same hand. Open upper lid with other hand.

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Look directly at lens and place lens directly on cornea. Release lower lid first & subsequently upper lid. Repeat the procedure for other eye.


It’s Easy & Simple

  • 1. Always wash your hands with soap & water before handling contact lenses. Dry your hands completely using clean lint free towel.
  • 2. Place wet, clean right eye lens on tip of index finger.
  • 3. Pull down lower lid of right eye with middle/ring finger of same hand. Open upper lid with other hand.
  • 4. Look directly at lens and place lens directly on cornea. Release lower lid first & subsequently upper lid. Repeat the procedure for other eye.

How to Remove contact lens in just 4 steps

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Always wash your hands with soap & water before handling contact lenses. Dry your hands completely using clean lint free towel.

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Look up and pull lower lid down with middle finger.


Place index finger on lower edge of lens and slide lens down to the white of your eye.

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Squeeze lens lightly between index finger and thumb and remove gently. Repeat the procedure for other eye.


It’s Easy & Simple

  • 1. Always wash your hands with soap & water before handling contact lenses. Dry your hands completely using clean lint free towel.
  • 2. Place wet, clean right eye lens on tip of index finger.
  • 3. Pull down lower lid of right eye with middle/ring finger of same hand. Open upper lid with other hand.
  • 4. Look directly at lens and place lens directly on cornea. Release lower lid first & subsequently upper lid. Repeat the procedure for other eye.

Caring For Your Lenses

Not required for daily disposable lenses

Your Replacement Schedule

Lenses are designed for specific wearing times. Depending on what’s best for your eyes, your eye care professional may recommend a lens designed for daily replacement,a lens designed for one month of daily wear or any other replacment schedule

Regardless, it’s really important to follow the replacement schedule your eye doctor gave you – it tells you when you need new lenses. Following it will keep your eyes safe and comfortable – so make sure you stick to it.

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