Both rewetting drops and lubricant eye drops for contacts are used interchangeably; there is a minor difference. However, it varies from brand to brand. Some pharmaceuticals market both the eye drops on the same name whereas the others will have different benefits to offer against each product. Consumers must choose their eye drops for contact… Continue reading Rewetting & Lubricating Drops For Contacts
As a contact lenses wearer, it is very important to choose your eye drops wisely. Contact lenses may add to the dry eye symptoms as they obstruct swift flow of oxygen. People with dry eyes may notice an increased sensation of burning, irritation and dryness when they wear contact lenses. The symptoms may be more… Continue reading Artificial Tears VS Rewetting Drops: What is better with Contact Lenses?
There are many prescription and over the counter eye drops available in drugstores, where each of the product claims to heal a different set of discomfort. Consumers of contact lenses must choose their eye drops wisely as not all eye drops are meant to be used with contacts. Some eye drops contain oil and are… Continue reading Can I use Eye drops with Contact Lenses?
Over-wearing contact lenses leave your eyes inflamed and irritated. This however does not pose any potential risk unless you have not been practicing it regularly. Resting your eyes by putting contact lenses off until the redness fades should allow you wear contacts again. How long can I wear Contact Lenses as a Beginner? Circle contacts… Continue reading How do I rest my Eyes after Over-Wearing Contact Lenses?