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Monthly Archives: May 2013

  • Seasonal Allergies Contact Solution Promo

    Last month we discussed in a blog post the effects of allergy season for those who wear contact lenses. In the mentioned blog post, we provided the various ways contact lens users can cope with allergy season. Such ways include switching to a daily disposable contact lens or the other option is to re wet your contact lenses during the day and making sure to soak/clean them over night.

    Since the option of switching to daily disposable contact lenses during allergy season would require you to make an appointment with your optometrist along with having to buy new contact lenses thus requiring more cost, we felt the need to help those patients out that cannot afford to have another dr’s visit and purchase a set a different contact lenses to provide them with a little ease during this ongoing hard economic times.

    The way we plan to offer some ease, is to offer an extremely limited time offer on contact lens solution as well as comfort drops. Buy 5 bottles of any contact lens solution or comfort drops and your 6th one is on us. You read that right… Buy 5 bottles of ANY contact lens solution or comfort drops we sell on our website and we’ll include a 6th bottle absolutely free. Boston Solutions, Lobob Solutions, Menicare Solutions, Bausch & Lomb, Aquify etc.

    Our seasonal allergy contact solution and comfort drops promotion is limited to the quantities we have on hand and this offer will NOT be repeated. Simply enter free 6th bottle in the notes along with your order or call us with your order and reference this blog post before supplies are depleted.

    Our seasonal allergy contact solution and comfort drops promotion is valid through the end of this week or until supplies are depleted whichever happens first. Offer limited to one free bottle per household.

    So go ahead and enjoy the fresh air of spring and save a few dollars while you’re at it with our limited Seasonal Allergies Contact Solution and comfort drops promotion.

  • May is UV Awareness Month

    uv-monthTo educate the public on the importance of eye protection from the sun, Prevent Blindness America is urging the public to recognize May as Ultraviolet Awareness Month. The association has created a website offering free information on the dangers and prevention of UV damage, and recommends that measures of UV protection be taken to avoid damage to the eyes now as well as later in life.

    According to PBA, UV-B radiation is absorbed mainly by the cornea and lens of the eye, causing damage to those tissues. UV-A light, though less dangerous, penetrates deep into the eye and may cause damage to the macula, the part of the retina responsible for sight in the center field of vision. Further, UV damage is cumulative and has been linked to eye problems including tumors, cataracts and macular degeneration.

    “UV can cause immediate damage to the eyes, as is the case with a corneal sunburn, or cause damage that surfaces later in life,” said Hugh R. Parry, PBA president and CEO. “The key to healthy vision is to make eye protection part of our daily routine. We encourage everyone to make a committed effort to wear UV-blocking sunglasses year-round to help protect the gift of sight.”

    Corneal sunburn, or photokeratitis, is a condition resulting from over exposure to UV-B. Those at risk include individuals who spend long hours on the beach, in the water or on ski slopes without proper eye protection. The condition, PBA said, can be painful and cause temporary loss of vision for up to two days. Also at greater risk for future eye problems are those who have had cataract surgery or retinal disorders, and those who take medicines such as tetracycline, sulfa drugs, birth control pills, diuretics or tranquilizers.

    To prevent immediate and future damage to the eyes from UV light, PBA recommends both adults and children wear a wide-brimmed hat and proper UV-rated sunglasses. Sunglasses without UV protection shade the eyes but cause pupils to dilate allowing the absorption of more harmful rays, PBA said. The association also advises that although some contact lenses may offer UV protection, they do not protect the whole eye, or the skin around the eye.

    For a full guide on the dangers of UV exposure and how to implement UV protection, visit or call (800) 331-2020.

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