fda approved colored contact lenses Red eyes and dry for contact lenses? Read the following tips so that is always comfortable to wear contact lenses.
Wearing contact lens is more practical than glasses.
Still, the biggest problem is acknowledged by users of contact lenses is discomfort. In fact, as many as 47 percent of former users no longer wear contact lenses because of the issue. This was stated by Danny Widodo, Country Head CIBA Vision Indonesia, citing a survey conducted by the company. "The discomfort is related to the period of use of contact lenses longer in a day, and is used in certain environments (air-conditioned room, working at the computer for a long time and so on)," he said at the launch of the product CIBA Vision Dailies Comfort in Jakarta.
The solution, Danny advised to wear disposable contact lenses which also include lubricants and moisturizers to maintain comfort and freshness eyes, though worn all day.
Using colored contact lenses can indeed make you look so much more special and different. Moreover, today more and more choice of color on contact lenses. However, not all colored contact lenses are safe for the eyes. Because many products are put pigment on the surface (front and rear) contact lenses, which can cause a risk of eye irritation.
"Pigment on the front or back of the contact lens may cause irritation due to allergies, abrasions (cuts or abrasions), or infection of the cornea due to gesekanlangsung with color pigments," said dr. Yulia Aziza, Sp.M, of the Association of Ophthalmologists Indonesia, at a seminar in Jakarta some time ago.