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Dr. Allen shows how to put in sclera contacts. New to contact lenses? Check out the full playlist Contact Lenses for Beginners👉 http://bit.ly/contactsforbeginners
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📒 Show Notes 📒
Most Brands of Colored Contacts including sclera contacts shown are OLD TECHNOLOGY and may put your eyes at risk.
Listen to your eye doctor about how long YOU should be wearing these types of colored contacts.
DO NOT SLEEP IN YOUR CONTACTS UNLESS OTHERWISE PRESCRIBED TO DO SO!
IMPORTANT: If you ever have a red eye, a painful eye, you think you scratched your eye or experiencing vision loss related to your contacts…REMOVE THE LENSES and call your local eye doctor ASAP.
The sclera contact lenses shown in this video can be ordered through your local eye doctor or eye clinic or online. Either way, always purchase your lenses through a trusted source.
The sclera lenses in this video I received as a gift from: https://pseyeche.com/
⚡ Check out this Guide on How to Clean Your Sclera Contacts
⚡ Here are some Rewetting drops that I use with colored contact lenses
Sclera contacts Info:
These are large contact lenses ~22mm in diameter.
Black sclera contacts are by far the most popular for making your eyes look demonic.
NOTE: For the best success with sclera contacts, It is in your advantage to first go through a contact lens fitting class at either your local eye clinic or optical for professional guidance.
How to put in contacts:
1. Wash your hands
2. Dry your hands with a lint free cloth
3. Remove lens from packing
4. Inspect the contact lens for defects
5. Check the lens is not Inside Out
6. Use fingers to control eyelids to prevent blinking
7. Gently place lens onto the eye
8. Blink a few times and allow the lens to settle.
✅Having trouble taking the lenses out? Check out the full series to learn more http://bit.ly/contactsforbeginners
It is also best to remove make up before putting in or taking out contacts as the makeup can stick to the lenses (hard to remove)
— My favorite Makeup Remover (safe for skin eye eyelids) —
⚡ Check out this Guide on How to Clean Your Contacts
⚡ Here are the Rewetting drops for contact lenses we like to use
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About This Video:
Are you making an amazing Halloween costume? Trying to find the easiest way to put in sclera contacts? Well then this video on how to insert and remove black sclera contact lenses is for you. In this video, Joseph Allen, OD, FAAO from Doctor Eye Health shows how to put in sclera contact lenses. Contact lenses are great at improving vision but can also make your eyes uncomfortable and puts them at risk of infection, so knowing how to wear contact lenses is very important. People often have difficulty putting in large sclera contacts for the first time, so this video will help walk you through the right steps. If you continue to have trouble with your contacts be sure to contact your local eye doctor right away.