It is not recommended to wear contacts or eyeglasses when swimming. Prescription swimming goggles are a safe alternative to wear swimming.
Similar to sunglasses, these swimming goggles offer UV protection to the eyes.
No. Only eyedrops specifically designed for contact wearers should be used.
For those who spend a significant amount of time on a computer, special glasses have been developed. Special anti-reflective lenses reduce glare from a bright screen to help reduce eye strain and headaches.
Yes. Bacteria and enzymes collect in your contact case over time. It is highly recommended you replace your contact case with every contact replacement. Replace your case at least every month if you have extended wear contacts.