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Your own personal preference and style may come into play when deciding whether to wear contact lenses or glasses, but there are many reasons why you should consider contacts! They offer many benefits that just aren’t the same with glasses, such as exercise, field of vision, lack of fog, and other advantages!
Sports and Exercise
With any sport or workout routine, glasses just get in the way and present potential risks to the wearer. When wearing contacts, you can run or play sports with no worries of your glasses sliding off or getting hit by a ball or person. For any athlete, contacts offer a multitude of benefits to make their exercise routines less of a hassle. This is why many professional athletes prefer contacts over glasses when performing at whatever they do best!
Wider Field of Vision
Contact lenses conform to the shape of your eye, and don’t have all the obstructive materials that glasses do, which allows for an uninterrupted view of whatever you are looking at. No more sliding your glasses up and down to see properly out of them. Instead, have a wider field of vision at all times with contacts! You will have great peripheral vision than you ever did with glasses, and no more blind spots that the frames of the glasses block or intrude on.
No More Fog
Have you ever taken a sip of a hot drink, and then had your glasses fog up completely? Or perhaps you stepped outside on a cold day and suddenly couldn’t see through the glasses lens! With contacts, you can drink all the hot drinks you want and still be able to see properly! They won’t be affected by temperature changes or the rain and snow, so you will be able to avoid that hassle in whatever climate you live in.
Show Off those Eyes
When wearing glasses, your eyes are often hidden behind thick frames, so people can’t see your natural eyes! Contacts don’t detract from the natural beauty of your eyes, but rather take away the obstruction from your face so that people can see you better!
Additional Eyewear Available
If you wear contacts, you don’t have to worry about the hassle of buying prescription sunglasses to swap out for your regular glasses. You’ll be able to wear goggles and any other eye wear that otherwise would have just been an annoyance when wearing glasses.
Relief from the Weight
At the very least, by choosing contacts over glasses, you will experience relief from the both of glasses and all the annoyances that they may present. You won’t have to deal with the glasses sliding down your nose constantly, or making your head hurt from the way they sit on your ears.
There are also benefits to wearing glasses, which is why many individuals still choose to wear them, but the advantages of contacts are incomparable when considering all the different scenarios in which they benefit the user. To protect and care for your contacts, find a quality contact lens case from Optipak that best fits your preferences!
Contact Lens Case care for Healthy Eyes
As you might probably know you are supposed to clean or soak your contact lenses on a regular basis. But what about caring for your contact lens case? When you do not follow the proper steps to clean a contact lens case it can become a breeding ground for bacteria and other critters which can possibly can result in an infection via your contact lens case.
The following steps on how to clean your contact lens case will help keep your lenses healthy and fresh to help you avoid any eye irritation:
- After inserting in your contact lenses, empty all lens solution from the contact lens case (never re-use your contact lens solution).
- Rinse the contact lens case with clean lens solution and rub the inside of the contact lens case with your clean fingers.
- Dry your contact lens case by turning it upside down without the caps on until you’re ready to store the contact lenses again. If your case has silver nitrate lining, keep the contact lens caps on.
- If necessary, you can occasionally use the dishwasher to disinfect your contact lens case or you can boil it on the stove for five minutes to achieve the same result.
- Replace your contact lens case every three months or 4 times a year at minimum. You can order FREE contact lens cases from www.digicase.com
If you stick to these guide lines and look after your contact lens cases then they will look after your eyes… after all you only have one pair.
For more information on contact lens cases and accessories please contact us at www.optipak.net
Optipak are the world leaders in the manufacturer of contact lens accessories and all our products are manufactured under strict medical guidelines.
Having a leak proof contact lens case is perfect for those who are always on the go; people who travel frequently, or children. Leak proof contact lens cases prevent solution from leaking in a bag or backpack, as well as the transfer of solution from one side of the case to the other. Knowing where to look when shopping for a leak proof contact lens case can be hard, especially when there are places that sell contact lens cases that are made of cheap plastic and are more likely to break or leak instead of durable ones. If you are in the market for a new contact lens case, look for a leak proof one, they are much more reliable than other models, especially if you tend to take your case with you.
Many places online will sell leak proof contact lens cases, but start your search at Optipak. Optipak is a contact lens case manufacturer that prides itself on making each case an FDA approved contact lens case. Because these cases are FDA approved, they are sure to last you a long time and be made of a safe, flexible plastic. Optipak makes leak proof lens cases in a variety of styles ranging from flat contact lens cases and barrel cases, to flip top lens cases and mirror cases. Thanks to Optipak’s advanced technology, their contact lens cases are durable, clean, and safe for your contact lenses and your eyes. You will not have to worry about solution leaking out of your case or breaking the case.
Visit Your Optometrist
When you first go to the optometrist to get your contact lenses, he or she will provide you with solution and a contact lens case. The optometrist will also give you some tips on how to store your contact lenses at night and how to clean them daily. You can also go back to your optometrist and ask for a replacement contact lens case in the event that your current case has broken, been lost, or if you have already had your case for a while. Contact lens cases should be replaced every three months in order to keep your lenses clean. Getting a leak proof contact lens case from your optometrist is a good idea since he or she will have a selection of cases that are made from safe plastics.
Buy at Your Local Drugstore
You can also go to your local drugstore to find a leak proof contact lens case. When you buy contact lens solution at a drugstore, there is usually a contact lens case attached to it, which gives you the option to replace your existing contact lens case with a new one. Even if you already have a new leak proof contact lens case, you should always keep an extra one around. You can toss the extra case in a toiletry bag when you travel or keep it in your bathroom in case you ever need a new one.
After you find a leak proof contact lens case, you should replace your old case with it. This will help you keep your contact lenses clean and your eyes happy. Contact your optometrist for more help if you are having trouble finding a place that carries leak proof contact cases made from safe plastic.