Category Archives: Lens Care

Can You Use Eye Drops With Contact Lenses?

Replacemycontacts/ May 12, 2015/ Lens Care/

Pesky irritations, like allergies or dry eyes, can make the need for eye drops with your contact lenses a very real thing! Being able to squeeze a few liquid droplets into your peepers to soothe and calm them is sometimes just what the doctor ordered (except not really because we’re talking about general over-the-counter, or OTC, options here!). But for

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4 Activities You Should Remove Your Contact Lenses For

Replacemycontacts/ February 5, 2015/ Lens Care/

We know how much you love your contact lenses. After all, what’s not to love, really? They fix vision in an instant, are lightweight, and invisible—totally unlike the glasses that sit on your face, hiding your eyes, bearing down into the sides of your nose, and rubbing behind both of your ears. No thanks. Also, contacts allow you to totally

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Can You Wear Contacts In The Shower?

Replacemycontacts/ January 6, 2015/ Lens Care/

Oops; did you hop in the shower wearing your contact lenses? If you are wearing a pair of soft disposable contacts, like Air Optix Aqua or Biofinity lenses, go ahead and enjoy a steamy, hot shower for a few minutes. After you step out of the tub, pop out your contacts and toss them in the trash. It’s extremely important

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Can Contact Lenses Freeze?

Replacemycontacts/ December 23, 2014/ Lens Care/

Oh, the weather outside is frightful! If you are receiving packages on your doorstep, there is concern about leaving parcels out in the freezing temperatures. If you order contact lenses online, and their package is delivered and then left in the cold weather while you are away at work or school, you might arrive home to find them intact but

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How To Tell If Your Contact Lenses Are Inside Out

Replacemycontacts/ December 16, 2014/ Lens Care/

Oh the pain! If you have ever accidentally placed your soft contact lenses into your eye when the lens was inside out, you most likely realized immediately the error of your ways.  If the uncomfortable feeling weren’t enough, lens wearers are also clued in when they try to blink. Often times the contact lens falls out instead of positioning itself

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