Protect Your Eyes With UV Light Contact Lenses

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UV light contact lenses provide extra protection for your eyes.

The sun is a major source of exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause long-term damage to your eyes, including cataracts and macular degeneration. When paired with sunglasses, this form of eye care can help prevent these conditions.

Acuvue Oasys with Transitions Light Intelligent Technology offers a high level of UV protection. These lenses block at least 90% of UVA and 99% of UVB rays, protecting your eyes against damaging rays.

They also have HydraclearTM technology that helps keep your eyes from drying out, even when you’re spending a lot of time in the sun.

These are a great choice for anyone who likes to play outside in the sun, but isn’t sure they want to get their hands on sunglasses. These contacts are FDA Class 1 and can absorb over 90% of UVA and 99% of UVB radiation, so they’re a great option for anyone who wants to protect their eyes while still being able to enjoy the outdoors.

Blue light-protected contact lenses can also be a good option for those who spend a lot of time using computer screens. They reduce the amount of blue light your eyes take in and can lessen the amount of eye strain caused by staring at screens for extended periods of time.

They can be worn in both daylight and under a blacklight to achieve an amazing glow effect, so they’re perfect for Halloween or convention attendees who don’t want to wear glasses. They can also be re-used as long as they’re stored correctly between uses, so they’re a great value for anyone who’s looking to save money while having the same cool glow effect you see under the blacklight.

You can find these specialty SFX contact lenses in various colors, from bright white to funky pink. They can be worn in daylight to give you a solid iris color and under a blacklight to create a cool glowing effect, making them an excellent choice for anyone who likes to go to parties or festivals and needs a little extra flair!

There are many different brands of these specialty SFX contacts, so be sure to shop around until you find the right pair. They can be a bit more expensive than other costume colored contacts, but they’re well worth it for the awesome glow effect that you can achieve.

In addition to UV blocking, these contacts offer blue light protection for those who work with computers or spend a lot of time on the phone. They can also help reduce your chances of developing cataracts, pterygium, and other eye issues by preventing the formation of pigmentary lesions on your corneas and the lens membrane that cover your eyes.

The best way to determine whether or not you’re in need of UV-blocking contact lenses is to schedule an appointment with your doctor, who will perform a thorough exam and recommend the right type of lens for your eyes.