Danger, Danger

This is what you might be encountering when you wear non-prescription contacts, many people may not be aware that there is much of a difference between contacts that your qualified optometrist in North Ryde has organised for you and the ones that you can buy over the counter without a prescription beyond the price difference.

That should give you a wring right there, the reason prescription contacts are more expensive is because the companies that make them have gone through rigorous testing to ensure they are providing a quality product with little to no side effects. Whereas with the other companies, the lens are mass produced with no real quality controls and generally made in countries where hygiene is sometimes hard to come across, not because the people are dirty and don’t wish to be clean but because the area in which they are working is of a low standards and there is nothing they can do about it if they wish to continue working and feeding their families.
Not exactly confidence inspiring when you are going to be putting this item in your eye and wear it around for hours on end. Always make sure you clean and sterilise them before putting them in for the first time and if you feel any irritation or burning take them out straight away and rinse the area as soon as possible, if the irritation persists then seek medical help. Take the lens along that caused the problem in case they need to be tested for toxins or infections present in the plastic.

You may never have a problem with a good lens that is produced by a business that has no medical approval for their product, you might go your entire life wearing these items without a single side effect and that is fantastic news but is it really worth the chance of perhaps causing irreparable damage to your eye just to save a few bucks. Surely your eye sight is worth more than that to you, it may be that they are much cheaper and that you really can’t afford to buy the other contacts, then here is a suggestion for you. Wear glasses people have been doing it for years now and guess what they work, yes other swill be aware that you have a vision problem, yes they may make it hard for the man of your dreams to gaze lovingly into your eyes but how many men really do that anyway and yes they are right there on your face.

Better that than a pus filled swollen eye, cause you can bet your man will not be doing any loving staring if that happens it will just be staring and grimacing and excuses as to how he needs to be somewhere else for a while.

Romance and leaky eyes are never a mix that meets with success, you can take glasses off however if a steamy kiss is incoming and you can stare blearily at the man, he will think your eyes are glazed in passion. Let the man dream.