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Astigmatism is a common imperfection in the curvature of the eye that causes blurred, fuzzy, or distorted vision at all distances. It can be a nuisance, but there's no reason to suffer from it. Astigmatism is a generally treatable condition, and there are several options available for treatment, such as specialized contact lenses. ACUVUE® OASYS for ASTIGMATISM is a leading...

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Perhaps the most common misconception about contact lenses is that they can get stuck or lost behind the eye. Many people, especially new contact lens wearers, still believe the myth that contact lenses can disappear behind the eye. Lens.com is here to dispel the controversy once and for all. Contact lenses cannot get stuck or disappear behind the eye. The eye’s...

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Let's say you finally decide to make the jump to contact lenses. You can’t just go into a store and buy contacts. You’ll need to consult your eye care professional (ECP) and get an eye exam. But before obtaining your prescription, you and your ECP need to decide what kind of contacts are ideal for you. To make the best...

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When browsing for contact lenses online, you may notice that they vary greatly in price. Many factors affect the cost of contact lenses, including the type of lens you need, how often you should replace them, and where you buy them. This article will cover the many factors that affect contact lens costs to help you figure out what you...

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Eye allergies are common in the United States. And if you wear contact lenses, you may experience worse eye allergy symptoms than someone who doesn’t wear contact lenses. But what exactly are eye allergies? Despite the prevalence of eye allergies, there seems to be quite a bit of mystery surrounding them. Lens.com is here to get to the bottom of...

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Contact lenses have been around for decades, and millions of people worldwide wear contact lenses. However, many still encounter problems when wearing contact lenses. Some problems, like dry eyes, are minor, and others, like eye infections, tend to become more serious, especially if left untreated. Most contact lens-related problems can be easily solved with just a little time and effort....

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If you spend hundreds of dollars on contact lenses annually, you may want to look into contact lens rebates. Rebates are a great way to save money on contacts, especially if you rely on them for vision correction. In this article, you will learn everything there is to know about contact lens rebates, how they work at Lens.com, and how...

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Contact lenses are a convenient and practical alternative to bulky reading glasses and bifocals for vision correction, but they require an adjustment period. According to eye care professionals (ECPs), your eyes may take two weeks to fully adjust to contact lenses. But if you've never used contact lenses before, how do you know if your eyes are adjusting to them...

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Are you considering going on a camping trip with your friends but are hesitating because of your contact lenses? No need to worry because Lens.com is here to change your mind and convince you to go on that trip. This post discusses how you can have a great time camping even if you're wearing contact lenses. 1. Ensure your hands...

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If you wear contact lenses, you’ll need to choose your eye makeup carefully. Using the wrong products could result in irritation, infections, or even damaged contact lenses. But choosing the best eye makeup can be challenging with so many brands, colors, and bases available. If you’re not sure how to start choosing eye makeup that’s safe for contact lenses, don’t...

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Whether you’ve abandoned your eyeglasses for a more fashion-forward pair or have switched to wearing contacts full-time, don’t let your old glasses collect dust...