Top 6 Reasons to Wear Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

May 15, 2017


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Top 6 Reasons to Wear Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

When we first started selling contact lenses in Canada a few decades ago, daily lenses weren’t even an option yet. Those of us who were rocking disposable contacts usually swapped them out with a fresh pair every month or so. When single-use lenses hit the market, it was a game changer. While we have plenty of customers who still order monthly and weekly lenses, daily disposable contacts are a hot commodity in the vision world and rightfully so. Since you wear daily lenses one time and toss them at the end of the day, there are several key advantages. If you’re asking yourself, “Should I wear daily disposable contact lenses?” then this is the post for you. Here are the top six reasons we love them:

Improved Comfort

In the daily contact lenses vs. monthly lenses debate, improved comfort is a major plus in the daily column. Think about how great your eyeballs feel for those first few days of wearing a new pair of contacts. It’s because the protein, lipids, calcium and other stuff hasn’t had a chance to build up on the lenses yet. No matter how diligent you are about keeping your contacts clean, there’s only so much you can do since these substances are naturally found in tears and after a while, contact solution is no match for the accumulation. The deposits can create discomfort and a gritty sensation like something is in your eye. Your eyes also tend to feel increasingly drier and more irritated.

Since daily disposable contact lenses are only worn one time, you don’t have to deal with deposits and build-up. They’re more comfortable and they retain that fresh feeling. Seriously, you get to pop in a brand new pair every day. How great is that? Plus, since you’re not putting them in and taking them out over and over and the lens materials don’t have time to degrade, they’re less likely to tear, which all contact lens wearers can agree is pretty painful on the eyes.

Better for Eye Health

Rips and tears, accumulated deposits, decreased breathability and germs and bacteria are all issues when it comes to contact lenses even with excellent hygiene. It’s just the nature of wearing a device in your eyeball over a period of time. While experts have always been aware that the more often you change your lenses, the healthier it is for your eyes, in the early years of disposable contacts, it was too expensive to replace them every day or even every week. Thanks to technology, improved materials and super duper manufacturing methods, contacts are a lot cheaper these days. As dailies become more affordable, there has been a natural shift towards prescribing them because they’re safer and carry a reduced risk of infection.

So, since they’re safer, can you wear daily contacts two days in row? No! The enhanced safety profile only applies when daily disposables are used as directed, which means abiding by expiration dates, not sleeping in them and only wearing them once. Monthly, weekly and extended wear contacts are designed for longer-term use, however, as we mentioned, it’s still ideal to opt for the shortest duration of wear possible.

No Need to Clean Them

Keeping your lenses clean requires some effort. You need to wash your hands, worry about lint and lotion and everything else you could possibly touch, rub and rinse your lenses with contact lens solution before putting them in your eyes, and after taking them out, and store them in a clean case to soak and disinfect for hours. It’s a pain! A lot of people have turned to extended wear contacts that can stay in overnight to avoid the whole cleaning process. Unfortunately, most eye care professionals aren’t huge fans of these lenses since they can increase the risk for certain problems. Daily disposable contacts are the better option. You can skip all of the cleaning shenanigans and also let your peepers have a break at night.

Convenient

Not only do monthly and weekly contact lenses require thorough cleaning, you also need to care for your contact lens case, keep track of your lens replacement schedule and make sure you always have multipurpose solution in stock. For those times you run out of solution just as you’re about to go to bed, you have to begrudgingly throw on your shoes and head to the store for a new bottle. After all, using water or any other liquid to clean and store lenses could cause serious infection and even blindness. Short of having laser eye surgery, there’s really nothing more convenient than daily disposables for anyone who needs vision correction. You get to dispose of them and start new every single day with no maintenance.

Ideal for People on the Go

Anyone who likes to travel, is on the road a lot for work or just has an active lifestyle in general, will appreciate the wonders of daily disposables. You don’t have to go through your whole cleaning routine on long flights or drives, after an action-packed day of fun or while camping in the middle of nowhere. You can forgo packing your bulky container of cleaning solution, your contact case or a jumble of travel size bottles. In the space your solution would take up, you could store a substantial supply of daily disposable lenses.

Wear Mascara Galore!

Anyone who regularly wears makeup, particularly mascara, would probably do best with daily disposables. The applicators tend to harbor bacteria, which is never a good thing when you’re wearing contacts, and makeup has a way of adhering to your lenses. Investing in dailies means you can replace them each morning and lingering eye shadow particles and mascara won’t irritate your eyes or build up on your lenses.

While your eye care professional will go over the pros and cons of daily disposable contact lenses for your particular situation, the majority of people tend to be good candidates. If you’re in the market for the most convenient, comfy lenses on the block, we’ve got you covered. At Fresh Lens, we offer the best daily disposable contact lenses online at excellent prices and with free shipping in North America to boot.

 


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I can't stop talking about your company! Thank you for the awesome customer service and quick delivery all the way here in Texas!

couldn't be happier with my ordering experience! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Second time ordering from this company. Excellent product. No issues. Will be placing future orders.

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