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How I Clean My Dry Eye Devices

Last updated: September 2022

We probably don't even realize how many times a day we touch our eyes. Now, having dry eyes, we may touch our eyes a whole lot more throughout the day. Cleaning dry eye devices and our hands properly can help avoid infections or any other things we don't want to have to deal with.

I have found a soap that is fragrance-free, organic, and was highly recommended by my ophthalmologist. It can be found on Amazon, Walmart, or really any other health food store you may have. I show how I clean one of my dry eye devices with it.

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