Cooler weather is on the horizon. And with it, dry eyes… and skin… and scalp… and hair… The list goes on! Winter weather and dehydration go hand in hand. While we can’t solve all of these problems for you - as much as we’d love to - we can give you some advice to help alleviate your dry eye symptoms.
Like us, you’ve probably fallen in love with at least one pair of colored contact lenses and you love transforming your look each morning. Whether or not you require vision correction, colored contacts may be part of your daily routine.
Along comes winter, and suddenly, you’re feeling scratchy, dry lenses and experiencing a discomfort you’ve never had before. We know - we’ve all heard the old saying, “beauty is pain.” Let us be completely clear - wearing colored contacts should never hurt. High-quality colored contact lenses are safe and feel comfortable. That’s why we here at EyeCandy’s source from only the best manufacturers - to ensure your eyes receive the very best care available.
In general, the higher the water content of your colored contacts, the more comfortable they will feel. The key here is hydration. So, it would follow that as they become dryer, they would also feel less comfortable.
So, how do we combat dry eyes when wearing colored contact lenses in order to experience less discomfort and irritation? We have a few ideas: