What happens if you forget to remove opal brown contact lenses?

Opal brown best colored contacts are typically designed to enhance or change the appearance of your eye color. If you forget to remove them, a few things may happen:

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  1. Discomfort: Wearing contact lenses for an extended period can cause discomfort and dryness in your eyes. This can lead to redness, irritation, and a gritty feeling in your eyes.

  2. Increased risk of infection: When contact lenses are worn for too long, the risk of developing an eye infection increases. The lenses can trap bacteria, dirt, and debris against your eyes, creating an environment where bacteria can multiply and cause infections such as conjunctivitis or keratitis.

  3. Corneal oxygen deprivation: Contact lenses allow oxygen to pass through to the cornea, which is necessary for maintaining eye health. However, leaving the lenses in for an extended period can restrict oxygen flow, potentially leading to corneal swelling or other complications.

  4. Corneal abrasion: If the contact lenses become dry, they can stick to your cornea. When you try to remove them, you may inadvertently scratch or abrade the cornea, causing pain, redness, and sensitivity to light.

To avoid these issues, it is essential to follow the recommended wearing schedule provided by your eye care professional and to remove your brown colored contacts before going to sleep or when advised to do so. If you accidentally forget to remove your lenses, it is best to remove them as soon as you remember and follow proper lens care instructions. If you experience persistent discomfort or notice any unusual symptoms, it is important to seek the advice of an eye care professional.