A Guide to Contact Lens Shopping

There are a few simple steps that you can take to make shopping for contact lenses easier. In this article, we look at some of the main considerations and offer some useful advice on making the best decisions.

To begin with, it must be noted that there are now a wide variety of lenses on the market. Some seem more obvious in their use than others. There seems to be particular confusion when it comes to lenses that have a fashion element. Continue reading A Guide to Contact Lens Shopping

Color Contact Lens Deals

Color contact lenses enable you to make temporary color changes to your eyes. Once seen as something mainly used by celebrities and Hollywood stars, they have now become much more mainstream.

Prices have been falling, making them much more accessible for most of us. If you’re interested in buying color contact lenses then how should you go about getting them at the best possible price? Continue reading Color Contact Lens Deals

Take Best Care of Your Contact Lens

The care of contact lenses differs by kind of contact, using time and the set lens stand-in schedule. Low water soft lenses are cared for in a different way than superior water lenses. And today, soft lenses could be replaced, every day, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or even on longer schedules; all have need of slight variations in a patients lens preservation routine. Continue reading Take Best Care of Your Contact Lens

Toric Contact Lens – Specially Designed For Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a defect of a lens resulting in the formation of distorted images; it is caused by the curvature of the lens being different in different planes. This definition of astigmatism may be too professional for common people to understand, but if defined briefly, it is an eye condition and the sufferer may just have slightly blurred vision or have a difficulty to properly focus on or identify fine detail of a shape. Astigmatism can even give you headaches or eye strain and distort blur vision at all distances. Continue reading Toric Contact Lens – Specially Designed For Astigmatism

Bausch & Lomb’s ReNu with MoistureLoc Contact Lens Solution Investigated as Cause of Eye Fungus

Contact lens wearers throughout the United States and around the world are being diagnosed with an extremely painful and potentially detrimental eye fungus, called fusarium keratitis. The FDA and the CDC recently announced an investigation into the occurrence of this rare fungal infection, detected in an alarming number of soft contact lens wearers using Bausch & Lomb’s ReNu contact lens solution. As of April 24, 2006, reports stated that the number of confirmed or suspected cases of the eye fungus had grown to one hundred seventy-six. Continue reading Bausch & Lomb’s ReNu with MoistureLoc Contact Lens Solution Investigated as Cause of Eye Fungus