Monthly Archives: June 2011

Soft Contact Lens Care: The Basics

Replacemycontacts/ June 23, 2011/ Lens Care/

Caring for your soft contact lenses is easier than ever. One-bottle care systems and disposable contact lenses mean that comprehensive lens care involves much less time, money, and trouble than it did just a few years ago. Each pair of lenses has unique needs, and you should follow the regimen prescribed by your eye doctor. Some products don’t mix well,

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Contact Lens Cleaning Solutions: Listen to Your Doctor!

Replacemycontacts/ June 16, 2011/ Lens Care/

All contact lens solutions are not created equal. A cleaning solution that doesn’t match your lenses can cause red, itchy eyes—or even turn your contact lenses brown!  We know it’s tempting to buy the bottle on sale, but it’s vital to use the solution recommended by your eye doctor. Also, make sure to read the fine print closely. It can

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7 Makeup Tips for Women Who Wear Contact Lenses

Replacemycontacts/ June 9, 2011/ Eye Health/

Ladies, you know how annoying it is to get makeup in your eye. But it’s even worse when you wear contact lenses, because makeup can stick to your lenses. Here are a few tips for keeping your eyes looking and feeling good. 1. Put your contact lenses in before applying makeup. Always wash your hands thoroughly before touching your contacts

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Customer Loyalty Program!

Replacemycontacts/ June 8, 2011/ Product Spotlight/ is pleased to announce our brand new Customer Loyalty Program. A special offer will be emailed to all previous customers with a unique invitation to place a re-order 1 month before their lens supply runs out. This offer must be redeemed within 30 days of receiving the special offer. This program is not based on when a customer’s prescription

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Can Contact Lenses Get “Lost” in My Eye?

Replacemycontacts/ June 2, 2011/ Eye Health/

Not really. The white part of your eyeball is covered in a natural barrier that prevents foreign objects from getting trapped behind the eye. Occasionally, though, a rub or bump can fold the lens in half and dislodge it from the cornea.  If you feel like your lens is stuck in your eye, don’t worry; it’s only under your eyelid,

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