19 Jan 2020
How do you get soft contact lenses out of your eyes?
Don’t worry; we’ve got all the tips and tricks you need to know about removing contacts in this handy guide. As long as you learn the proper technique from the get-go, you shouldn’t have too many issues removing your contacts every night. In fact, many contacts-wearers say removing lenses comes more naturally than placing lenses in their eyes.
14 Jan 2020Thanks to its enhanced breathability, silicone hydrogel is quickly becoming a favoured material in the soft contact lens industry. By allowing more oxygen - up to 5 times more - to flow into the eyes, these silicone hydrogel lenses provide all day comfort without red eyes. Indeed, because their oxygen permeability is so strong, silicone hydrogel contacts are sometimes approved for overnight wear. In addition to their breathability, silicone hydrogel contacts are far better at retaining water than typical soft lenses. This makes them an ideal choice for people who struggle with conditions like dry eye syndrome.
14 Jan 2020One question that often comes up when trying to decide between contact lenses and eyeglasses is the cost. Many people wonder if contacts cost less over time than conventional prescription glasses. The answer is somewhat complex and depends on your specific circumstances. On average, however, contacts tend to be a little more expensive than traditional eyeglasses (over time).