Опубликовал Admin
31-12-2020, 06:00
11
0
How to Not Be Afraid of Contact Lenses
More than 36 million people in the United States wear contact lenses. This large number attests to the relative overall safety of wearing contacts; nonetheless, many other people refuse to wear contacts based on groundless fears such as the dangers of inserting lenses into the eye, the uncomfortable feeling of having something touching your eye, or the risk of infection. Although these
Опубликовал Admin
28-11-2020, 08:20
83
0
How to Read a Contact Lens Prescription
Experts agree it's important that your contacts are the exact brand, size, and strength your doctor prescribes. However, deciphering the words and numbers on your contact lens prescription can be hard at first. Typically, a contact prescription contains a brand name, lens base curve, lens diameter, and lens power so you can easily order the right corrective lenses. Research suggests
Опубликовал Admin
26-11-2020, 20:50
76
0
How to Clean a Contact Lens Case
It’s important for the health of your eyes to keep your contact lens case clean. Your case can harbor dangerous bacteria if not sanitized properly on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. You’ll want to begin by draining and rinsing your case out with lens solution. Let your case air dry to remove any additional contaminants. Establish a regular cleaning routine and you will move through
Опубликовал Admin
22-11-2020, 17:10
68
0
How to Wear Contact Lenses
Experts agree that contact lenses are generally safe if you use them correctly. However, you may get an eye infection if you don't care for them properly. Research suggests that washing your hands before handling your contacts and cleaning your contacts with an approved solution can help keep your eyes healthy. While putting on contacts can be tricky at first, it should become easier
Опубликовал Admin
21-11-2020, 06:10
23
0
How to Find Contact Lenses Lost on the Carpet
Dropping a contact lens can be frustrating. They're expensive to replace and, as they're clear, can be hard to locate. However, there are a couple of tricks you can use to find your lens easily.
Опубликовал Admin
20-11-2020, 06:30
18
0
How to Put on Contact Lenses with Long Nails
If you have acrylic or fake nails, wearing contact lenses may feel about as possible as finding a needle in a haystack. While it may not be easy at first, putting in contacts with long nails isn’t the Herculean task it seems to be. Focus on handling the lens with your fingers and fingertips. Even if it takes a few tries, you’ll be able to get the hang of it with enough patience and
Опубликовал Admin
5-11-2020, 18:00
52
0
How to Put Contact Lenses in Your Child's Eyes
Your child's vision needs are very important. At some point, you and your child might decide that glasses are not the best fit for your child's life; if that is the case, then you will want to discuss using contact lenses with your optometrist. But once your child comes home with his new contact lenses, he may need a little assistance. Although the thought of putting lenses into your
Опубликовал Admin
22-10-2020, 16:00
2 255
0
How to Remove Stuck Contact Lenses
Most wearers of contact lenses will, at some point, experience difficulty removing them. This problem is especially common for people who haven't been wearing them for very long. Contact lenses can get stuck because they are dried out from too many hours of use, or because they have been pushed out of place. Whether you wear soft or rigid contact lenses, these instructions will help you
Опубликовал Admin
18-03-2017, 09:20
2 165
0
How to Deal With Uncomfortable Contact Lenses
Expert Reviewed Contact lenses have come a long way since their invention, but wearing them can still be uncomfortable from time to time. Some of the most common causes of discomfort are dirt/debris, torn lenses, old lenses, dry eyes, and poorly-fitting lenses. In some cases, there may be an underlying medical complication causing your pain and discomfort, so it's always best to talk to
Опубликовал Admin
24-09-2016, 21:05
3 686
0
How to Choose Coloured Contacts (Dark Skinned Girls)
Colored contact lenses are decorative accessories worn on the cornea of the eye. Prescriptive contact lenses are medical devices, correcting your vision. Non-prescriptive contact lenses are purely for decoration. For best results, choose colored contacts that enhance your appearance.