Our hands come into contact with all kinds of germs on a daily basis, from our phones, tablets, computers, other people’s hands, etc. These germs usually end up in our eyes because we rub them frequently. Keeping your hands clean goes a long way in protecting you and your loved ones from germs that may result in infections and other illnesses. Contact lens wearers should be even more careful, hands must be washed, with soap, before handling their lenses.

Keep hand sanitizer close at all times, and use it regularly to keep your hands germ free. Sanitize your devices regularly to keep them clean, anything you touch regularly should be kept clean.

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