OptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion Removal Tool. Not

OptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion  Removal Tool. Not

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OptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion Removal Tool. Not

OptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion Removal Tool. Not:either pick up the phone and give us a call direct or get online and send us an e-message. however you contact us, we'll aim to sort out any problem you have as quickly and effectively as possible. At the eye clinic, I decided to try contact lenses for the first time ever. I BARELY was able to get the contacts in after a half hour with the help of a patient technician. That night during the hour that it took me to get the contact lenses out of my eyes, I desperately envisioned going to the eye doctor just to remove them. I considered a couple of Qtips as "tweezers" and even a nerf dart. I decided not to put them back in until I ordered the Optiwand. When the arrived, I immediately felt the Optiwand was worse than fingers since the rubber-like material is not soft enough for the sensitive inside surface of the eyelids and it is irritating with the slightest touch.I couldn't imagine how the contact lens industry depends on people being able to put their fingers on their eyes and "pinching" the contacts off! But then after much turmoil, I eventually realized something. The panic that I was experiencing while attempting to insert and remove the contacts, needed to be resolved first rather than trying to simultaneously manage panic and remove the lenses.TRY THIS!!Inserting:Put a lens backwards on the tip of your finger like a jewish cap, while spreading your eye open as previously trained, lightly touch your eye with the capped finger with NO intention to remove or insert the contact (especially since this "cap" position is backwards). Lightly touch your eye repeatedly and put a tiny bit of pressure each time. This process makes you realize how harmless and tolerable it really is. Do it slowly and repeatedly and think about what's happening. Your finger is not even touching your eye but instead, it's just the smooth soft surface of the lens. Now, put a few drops of solution on the lens, turn it around in the right position and slowly put it in your eye while realizing the comfort you became acclimated to.Removal:Put your thumb and forefinger together and slowly rest the tips of your forefinger and thumb on the lens in your eye with no intention to remove the lens. Just slowly become comfortable doing this repeatedly while applying a very slight pressure on the lens in your eye each time. Again, you can quickly become comfortable just realizing how painless and safe this is without the distraction of simultaneously trying to remove the contact. When you become comfortable with this, it is MUCH easier to then slowly rotate your forefinger and thumb in a gentle pinch motion while applying a slight pressure.GOOD LUCKmax 63% off,ranking top5,salesOptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion Removal Tool. Not
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OptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion Removal Tool. Not

OptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion Removal Tool. Not:either pick up the phone and give us a call direct or get online and send us an e-message. however you contact us, we'll aim to sort out any problem you have as quickly and effectively as possible. At the eye clinic, I decided to try contact lenses for the first time ever. I BARELY was able to get the contacts in after a half hour with the help of a patient technician. That night during the hour that it took me to get the contact lenses out of my eyes, I desperately envisioned going to the eye doctor just to remove them. I considered a couple of Qtips as "tweezers" and even a nerf dart. I decided not to put them back in until I ordered the Optiwand. When the arrived, I immediately felt the Optiwand was worse than fingers since the rubber-like material is not soft enough for the sensitive inside surface of the eyelids and it is irritating with the slightest touch.I couldn't imagine how the contact lens industry depends on people being able to put their fingers on their eyes and "pinching" the contacts off! But then after much turmoil, I eventually realized something. The panic that I was experiencing while attempting to insert and remove the contacts, needed to be resolved first rather than trying to simultaneously manage panic and remove the lenses.TRY THIS!!Inserting:Put a lens backwards on the tip of your finger like a jewish cap, while spreading your eye open as previously trained, lightly touch your eye with the capped finger with NO intention to remove or insert the contact (especially since this "cap" position is backwards). Lightly touch your eye repeatedly and put a tiny bit of pressure each time. This process makes you realize how harmless and tolerable it really is. Do it slowly and repeatedly and think about what's happening. Your finger is not even touching your eye but instead, it's just the smooth soft surface of the lens. Now, put a few drops of solution on the lens, turn it around in the right position and slowly put it in your eye while realizing the comfort you became acclimated to.Removal:Put your thumb and forefinger together and slowly rest the tips of your forefinger and thumb on the lens in your eye with no intention to remove the lens. Just slowly become comfortable doing this repeatedly while applying a very slight pressure on the lens in your eye each time. Again, you can quickly become comfortable just realizing how painless and safe this is without the distraction of simultaneously trying to remove the contact. When you become comfortable with this, it is MUCH easier to then slowly rotate your forefinger and thumb in a gentle pinch motion while applying a slight pressure.GOOD LUCKmax 63% off,ranking top5,salesOptiWand 3 Pack Soft Contact Lens Insertion Removal Tool. Not