Replace Your Contact Lens Case Every Two to Three Months
A huge reason why my patients experience complications is that they dont clean their lens cases, says Dr. Lowe. People throw them into their pockets or purses or store them in a humid bathroom, which is a breeding ground for bacteria. So replace your case often and keep it in a clean, dry place. After you put in your contacts, be sure that the case is empty of all solution: Dump it out, then rinse and dry the case before you store your lenses in it again.