If you have ever wanted to change up the appearance of your eyes, then chances are you may have considered colored contact lenses. While some people may use makeup or even surgical procedures to enhance their eyes, the only way you can actually change the color of your eyes is to do so temporarily through the use of colored lenses.
Glasses and contacts are devices used to correct the vision of those who have eye problems, such as near-sightedness, far-sightedness, and/or astigmatism. Although glasses are the most commonly used device to correct vision conditions, contacts are also a convenient and efficient alternative that is used by many people. If you are torn between choosing glasses or contacts to correct your vision, the following pros and cons of both options will help you decide which option is the best for you.
When you are suffering from dry eye symptoms, you’d do just about anything to find relief. But did you know that wearing contact lenses can actually help dry eyes? Yes, it’s true that wearing contact lenses can impede the distribution of lubrication across the surface of your eye, but they can also help, and here’s how.
Check out this helpful training video from Cooper Vision that will help you safely put in and take out your contacts.