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Dry eye should be classified into 2 categories; ‘true’ dry eye and ‘marginal’ dry eye.
‘True’ dry eye is the poor tear quality in most conditions or environments. Most dryness symptoms and signs exist without contact lens wear.
‘Marginal’ dry eye is insufficient tears in certain conditions. For example during contact lens wear, dry environments such as air (more…)
Eye dryness is the most frequently reported symptom with contact lens wear and the most common cause of contact lens intolerance. Occasional dryness is also commonly reported by spectacle wearers but is less than in contact lenses.
Contact lens wear decreases the stability of the normal tear film, resulting in faster tear drying time: (more…)
Defining your contact lens discomfort problems before you walked into your eye care practitioner for further assistance.
WHY IS MY CONTACT LENS UNCOMFORTABLE? (more…)
Picture above; soft contact lenses deposits – taken with slit lamp after patient wore the contact lenses for 2 weeks
Deposits originate from tear film components (as tears evaporate or by chemical attraction). lens handling, cosmetics and the external enviroment. Problems associated with deposits include discomfort (mechanical effects), dryness and fluctuating vision (decreased lens surface wetting). Deposits also contribute to the development of inflammatory responses, and have been associated with infection.
The main types of deposits on soft contact lenses are protein and lipid. Both invariably form on all soft contact lenses, usually in combination, can be are visible on soft contact lenses within minutes of insertion. Deposition is affected by individual variation, lens types, wear mode, care systems and the wearing enviroment.
When not associated with inflammation, significant deposition reduces wear time and satisfaction by: (more…)
By purchasing contact lenses from ‘My Contact Lens Station’, will entitled you a e-biofilcon card. The e-biofilcon card that gives you CL points when you spend at ‘My Contact Lens Station’.
- No Annual Fee
- Reminder notice when your contact lens is near to expiry.
- Get the latest updates about contact lenses and super saver item at My Contact Lens Station.
- Collect your CL points for every purchase.
- CL points value: 1 CL points is equivalent in value to 1 sen.
- You may redeem your CL points with any products available at ‘My Contact Lens Station’.
Redemptions can be done via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Redemption method:
- Full redemption: Cash in your CL points for products or gifts.
- Partial redemption: A combination of CL points and cash in-hand (minimum of 100 CL points is required).
Terms and condition apply.
Tap Water and Other High Risk Situations
Water is a very common source of very infectious and potentially damaging microorganisms that can produce sight-threatening infections and to never use (especially, tap water) water to store, clean or rinse contact lenses. Only contact lens solutions are allowed to be in contact with contact lenses.
Avoid splashing water directly into the eyes, contact lenses or contact lens cases.
Close eyes firmly while showering or washing faces with water.
One of the highest risk occasions for contact lens wearers is when on vacation and that an appropriate ‘travel kit’ should be carried and used to be especially vigilant with regard to contact lens care and disinfection.
Another high risk occasion for contact lens wearers is exposing lenses to potential contamination from swimming pool or spa water (more…)
Freshkon colors fusion launches two new colors contact lenses into “The Sparklers Series” for a more sparkling, radiant look; Blooming Pink and Glinting Brown.
The Sparklers series, with two fabulous new colors, will have you turning heads with just a glance. Be radiant and sparkle with the Sparklers, or be dazzling and vivacious with the original Dazzlers series. Match them with your mood, your whim, your life!
My personal reviews: (more…)
“My eyes easily feel dry after wearing my contact lens for a few hours. Are there any contact lenses that are meant for dry eye?”
Actually there are no particular contact lenses that are meant for dry eye. But, there are few solutions to dry eye due to contact lens wear. (more…)
Actually, what’s on your mind that you wanted it to appear on your Google search?
If you are searching for those cheap colored contact lenses, then please think twice before buying. We are in the educated society, so I hope you will understand that “nothing comes without a price.” So, you are expecting good quality with the cheap colored contact lenses? No…! End result? Infection or worse case scenario, you might never gain back your eye sight.
Do you know? 2,711 had their eyesight restore by corneas supply through National Blood Service and Organ Donation and Transplantation(NHSBT) last year in UK. However, there are still a shortage each year of approximately 500 corneas and the demand is increasing every year.
Those people are facing cornea dieases out of various reasons, and they are waiting for cornea donors to enable them to see light again. But, you rather go for the cheap contact lenses and never appreciate the precious gift that GOD gave you – your eyes!
If you are searching for good quality contact lenses at a better discounted rate, then internet is the perfect place for you. Not only easy to make comparison from a website to the other, but also enable you purchase the contact lens at the cheapest price that no retail shop could provide. Thus, getting the most worth it deal is never going to be an issue.
Feel free to have a look at the full range of contact lenses at the lowest price ever that are selling at My Contact Lens Station! And also others that are listed below:
Contact lens prescription does differ from spectacle prescription, mainly due to the distance between the spectacle and your eyes.
For those with spectacle prescription less than -4.00 D, the difference is insignificant. Patients can choose to wear either the same prescription or slightly lower. Spectacle prescription of -4.00D above, the difference with contact lens prescription will become more significant.
The chart below, is a conversion chart of spectacle prescription to contact lens prescription. (more…)
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