Non-prescription colored lenses are a great choice for those who want to transform their eye color without affecting their vision. When considering the right colored lenses for you, it is important to consider factors like your skin tone, hair color and natural eye color.
Eye health is a top priority. If you're a contact lens wearer, you can appreciate the importance of keeping them clean and debris-free. That's why choosing a contact solution is a major decision and requires considerable thought. After all, contact solution plays an important role in your lens wear experience.
Daily contacts have seen a surge in popularity over the last decade. Approximately 45 million people wear contact lenses in America only! A number that’s been steadily increasing due to evolving technology that has made them more comfortable and easier to use.
Understanding your prescription is the first step to correcting your vision. Although your optometrist or a pharmacist can explain your prescription, it is helpful to know what kind of correction you need and what kind of lenses you need to purchase.
People avoid talking to their eye doctor about contact lenses related to dry eyes because they fear they'll be told to stop wearing contacts for good. But with today's variety of new contact lenses and care products, the need to discontinue contact lens wear altogether is very unlikely.