If you have problems with allergies or eye infections, extended wear contacts may exacerbate the problem. One-day contact lenses solve these problems by offering the option to use a fresh contact lens every day, without having to worry about storing, soaking and disinfecting after each use. Wearing one-day contact lenses is the same as wearing ordinary lenses, except that you just throw them away afterward.
Clean your hands with an oil-free soap and warm water, then pat your hands dry with a lint-free towel.
Give your lens bag a few shakes.
Lay the package on a clean table or countertop, and peel back the foil to open.
Remove a contact lens from the package using your clean fingertips, and take a good look at the one-day lens to ensure that it is not inside out and is free of rips, tears or deformities.
Place the lens on the tip of your pointer finger.
Pull down the lower eyelid of one eye using your middle finger — the finger next to the pointer that is holding the lens. At the same time, with the fingers of your other hand, raise your upper eyelid.
Place your contact lens over the cornea (front) of your eye.
Release your eyelid slowly, and blink several times to center your contact lens.
Repeat Steps 1 to 8 to place a one-day contact in your other eye.