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A Complete Guide: Know Your Contact Lens
Your reasons to opt for contact lens may vary. While some find contacts a necessity, for others it is just about looking good. Then, there are also highly active individuals like sportspersons who wear contacts to get an unobstructed peripheral vision which eyeglasses fail to give. What ever the reason, you must know that contact lenses are safe and have been around for decades now.Read More
Bring Depth to Your Character this Halloween with Special Effect Contacts
Think of it. When you play a character during Halloween and other such occasions, looking the part is usually the top-most priority in your mind. You can do all the make up you want but nothing can compare the visual effect that a special effect contact lens brings to your look. If you want to stand apart this Halloween, here are some things you should know about special effect contacts.Read More
Taking the Fear Out of Contact Lens Use: Tips for First-time Users
As a first-time contact lens user, you may have many apprehensions and doubts about using contact lenses. However, once you get used to them, freedom from eyeglasses can be really liberating. Eye glasses are not just a burden on your nose but also on your mind where you have to be conscious about protecting them from getting scratched and not leaving them behind.Read More
Wearing contact lenses with makeup
Most women in the world wear makeup and those who are inclined to wear contacts usually more so then those who are not. But makeup can cause serious harm to the eyes of those who wear contact lenses, and there are several safety concerns that anyone using them should know.Read More
What's Inside: Bausch and Lomb ReNu
Contact lens solution has to strike a balance between killing germs and not burning your eyes when you pop the lenses in. Dymed (polyaminopropyl biguanide) is an antimicrobial agent that attaches to bad little bugs and rips open their cell membranes, letting their guts spill out. Fortunately for your eyeballs, it only works on single-celled organisms.Read More