Why do my contact lenses move?

Answer Contact lenses "float" on the surface of your eyes. Some movement is natural, but they should stay centered on your eye. They can even move to the back of your eye. Here are some common causes.Wron... Read More »

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Where can I go to get a contact fitting and contact lenses?

An optician, an optical store can sure help you. You don't need to know anything but only how to take care and apply your lenses. It can discomfort your eyes for the first few days you put. You hav... Read More »

I accidentally used hydrogen peroxide cleaner for contact lenses on my contact lens. Did it ruin my lens?

It is a little unclear what happened, it sounds like you used peroxide contact cleaner for re-wetting solution or something like that. This stuff is made to clean contacts, how could it ruin them, ... Read More »

What does hF mean on contact lenses?

In contact lenses, the hF number is used to indicate the back vertex correction provided to the wearer. The F stands for the power of the back vertex and the h stands for the distance at which th... Read More »

Help this is serious( contact lenses)?

I just wrote these instructions on how to do it:1.) with your dominant hand (normally the one you write with) take your middle finger and pull your lower lid down2.) with your other middle finger (... Read More »