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                                              Contact Lenses And Water Don’t Mix?
                                                                  By Amy Nutt



   A very common question that new contact lens users ask is whether or not they can go swimming
with their contacts in. Others wonder if it's ok to shower or bathe with their contacts, or even splash
water on their face. There are a lot of water-based activities in our daily lives and sometimes contacts
don't fit into those activities too well.

Swimming with Contacts

It's never a good idea to swim with your contact lenses in. In fact, it could be very bad for your eyes. In
a pool, the chemicals needed to maintain the pH and the chlorine can irritate your eyes under normal
circumstances, but with contacts, they will be trapped right up against your eye, even after you get out
of the pool and the pool water can actually cause infections as bacteria are introduced to the eye.

In addition to the above issues, contacts absorb water. If they absorb pool water, with all the
chemicals, it can be common for the contact lenses to actually stick to the eye itself. While this is
usually not serious, it can definitely be uncomfortable. To correct the problem, leave the contacts in
and don't try to remove them until your natural tears have replaced the pool water in the contact
lenses.

Even if you go swimming in a lake, it's not a good idea to use your contacts as they can actually be
floated out of your eye by large quantities of water. However, if you need your contacts while
swimming, a very tightly fitted pair of swim goggles can help ensure that they don't get lost.

Showering and Bathing with Contacts

Showering offers the same hazards as mentioned above with swimming. The quantity of water can
wash the contact lenses right out of your eyes and may cause problems if your water is chlorinated.
While the exposure to chemicals is probably not long enough to cause issues, there is a chance that
chlorine will be trapped behind the contact, causing irritation and discomfort.

Some people do manage to shower with their contacts in, by simply not looking up into the water or by
closing their eyes during the shower. While possible, it's not advisable. There is a pretty high risk that
you'll lose your contacts and they can easily be washed down the drain, making it impossible to
recover them. It's a better idea to simply wait until after your morning shower to put your contacts in.

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Taking a bath shouldn't be a problem, as long as you don't go under the water. It's possible to wash up
without risking the loss of your lenses and this shouldn't be an issue. Most people don't submerge
themselves in the bathtub anyway.

Face Washing with Contacts

In general, you should be able to wash your face with your contacts in, as long as you aren't splashing
water into your eyes. Regular face washing is just fine. Most people close their eyes anyway while
washing their face, which ensures that your contact lenses will remain firmly in place.

Contacts and water don't mix, particularly water that has been chlorinated. There are situations, like a
bath or washing your face, when you don't necessarily have to remove the contact lenses, but to be
sure you don't end up with overly irritated eyes and lost contacts, it's best to just avoid using contacts
when you are swimming or showering. This will keep them safe, particularly if you aren't using
disposable ones and have paid a chunk of change for your contacts!

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                             Contact Lenses: See The World Through Different Lenses
                                                             By Barney Garcia



 Contact lenses are for those who wouldn’t dream of spoiling their looks with glasses and who still need
a seeing aide. Contact lenses are a very inexpensive option prescribed by most opticians for their
clients. Although almost anyone can wear a contact lens, there are a few individuals whose eyes
cannot adjust to contact lenses. It is recommended that a good eye doctor be consulted before you
begin using contact lenses on your eyes.

Contact Lenses – To Wear Or Not To Wear Contact lenses may have shown us the way out of the
good “old” glasses, but it is highly recommended that contact lenses be used only after consulting an
eye specialist or optician. Wearing contact lenses at all times may cause harm to your eye. Also it is
important to know the right way to wear your contact lenses. Continuous wear is not advisable and
there are ongoing debates about whether one can wear contact lenses to sleep. Still, contact lenses
are quite the rage among office workers as well as those from the fashion world such as models and
stars.

Colored Contact Lenses Some of us have been endowed with uniquely colored eyes, while for some;
colored eyes can enhance the attractiveness and charm of an individual. Colored contact lenses are
available for those who would like the world to show a different side to them whenever they choose.
Hazel, brown, blue, grey, green and even hard-to-find colors like purple or yellow is not unlikely colors
for contact lenses worn by people in today’s modern and fashionable world. Many contact lens
manufacturers also make colored contact lenses to cater to this rapidly growing clientele of contact
lens users.

Disposable Contact Lenses Many manufacturers of contact lenses have come up with disposable
contact lenses. These lenses can be thrown away after use and do not carry the risks of infection or
other side effects of normal contact lenses. Disposable contact lenses may be an expensive option, but
they have been in great demand for quite some time among those who are constantly traveling or are
exposed to various hazardous substances. It is easier for them to throw away used contact lenses than
to face infections or other eye-related problems because of unclean contact lenses.

Barney Garcia writes about contact lenses. Visit http://www.thebest-contact-lenses.info,
http://www.thebest-contact-lenses.info/contact-lense.html and
http://www.thebest-contact-lenses.info/contact-lense-cleaner-systems.html




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