Pic credit Airport security is no joke. It is necessary to pack wisely if you wish to pass through the security check without making security officials raise a bow. Since glasses are bulky & prone to damage, travelling with glasses don’t really make the cut. On the other hand contact lenses when accompanied with by… Continue reading Pack to Travel: Carrying Contact Lenses & Accessories
Soft contact lenses have proved to work fine in altitudes as high as 19000ft/ above 600 meters with little management. However, people may feel discomfort wearing soft contacts at heights due to dry eye condition. Dry eye syndrome is a medical scenario where eyes do not produce enough tears to lubricate the surface of the… Continue reading Wearing Contact Lenses at High Altitude
Though it is not recommended to use saline solution for your contact lenses in daily life; regular homemade salt water is a great rescue when you run short of your disinfectant whilst hunting wildlife or when busy gazing stars at a field out during travelling. What is Saline Solution? Saline solution is a salt+ water… Continue reading Travelling: Saline Solution as an Alternate to Contact Lens Disinfectant
Cleaning hands is always recommended before handling contact lenses to prevent pathogen entering in your eyes. Unclean finger tips can infect contact lenses with microorganism, leading to serious ocular infections. Unfortunately, when travelling; availability of ample water supply is extremely rare, especially if you are hiking or are enjoying a similar adventurous journey into the… Continue reading Travelling with Contact Lenses: How to Clean Hands?
Nothing strikes more bad luck than being in your dream destination but not seeing it. Contact lenses ensure clearer vision than glasses with improved peripheral vision. Unfortunately, it may be too bulky to travel with annual replacements since they are accompanied by disinfectant, cleaning liquids, lubricants & kits carrying mirror, plunger & travel sized bottles.… Continue reading Circle Lenses for Holiday & Travelling: Daily Disposable Contact Lenses