One out of 3 people have weak eyesight and are required to wear specs. Spectacles help a person see better. Today, there are almost millions of designs for a person to choose from, when it comes to spectacles. There are options such as metallic frames, sleek frames, chunky frames etc. Specs do not have to be boring and mundane anymore. However, what happens when a person wishes to ditch specs altogether. Does this mean they would have to compromise on clear vision? Absolutely not. A pair of contact lens and some contact lens solution, goes a long way for people who hate wearing specs or wish to ditch them for a special occasions.
What are contact lenses and how to use them?
Contact lenses can be described as a more compact and an invisible alternate to specs. They are available in either clear options or coloured options. Coloured contact lenses give the appearance of having coloured eyes to the person who wears them. This means that even people who do not medically require specs can wear simple coloured contact lenses, to change their appearance up a bit.
Contact lenses are without a doubt high maintenance. People who have ditched their spectacles altogether and switched entirely to contact lenses know exactly how rigorous they have to be while storing their pair. These lenses dry out quickly, if not stored in their solution after a certain period of time. Over time there have been other more practical options such as disposable lenses that can be used and thrown away, but doctors all over the world still advise that nothing can substitute specs.