Thursday, 30 June 2016

We have moved for Good

We want to thank all of our patrons for providing unwavering support.  Thank you for being with us in all these years. Your constant appreciations, suggestions & even positive criticism has kept us going during these years. We along with all our creative visionaries stay busy concocting an appealingly visualizing platform for your ease. It is to inform our valuable clients, customers and partners that we have moved to a custom domain for better user experience.

To keep up to the pace with the challenging market, we now have very own personalized domain; where we will continue creating content to serve our customers. Our focus is to create awareness about the healthy & safe use of contact lenses, wigs & other accessories. We have always taken pride in providing unparalleled customer services & will continue to do so.

If you want to stay updated with the changing trends in the contact lens industry & advancement in the technology; please follow our new platform for creatively rich and unique content. Please comment below if you would like to read on more topics. In case of questions, don't hesitate to write back to us at Our Public Relations department is always here to answer your concerns. We hope our experts will definitely find a solution to ease out the trifles you have been facing with your contact lenses.

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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Can Wearing Contact Lenses Cause Cataracts? How to Delay Cataracts with Contact Lenses?

Cataracts is an age-related vision disorder. It is the clouding of the lens that affects nearly every one after the age of 80. Wearing contact lenses has got nothing to do with cataracts since it is a natural occurrence.

As we begin to age; our muscles degenerate, bones get weaker and so does the eye sight. To be specific; cataracts is the clouding of the lens that helps transmission of light to retina where the image is formed. Since, in old age the lens gets cloudy; the image you see is blurred causing hazy vision. It also causes light sensitivity & difficulty in discriminating colors.

Cataracts cannot be avoided in older ages but can be delayed. In severe cases; cataracts is removed via cataracts surgery. After surgery, you can continue wearing contact lenses as usual once your eye has completely healed. According to the medical experts; it naturally takes a period of 3-5 weeks for the vision to stabilize in the operated eye. Once the coordination of both the eyes develop and vision is stabilized; you can meet your doctor to analyze the new prescription needs.

How to Delay Cataracts?

Wearing UV lenses & Wider Brim Hat Helps Delaying Cataracts

It is important to protect your eyes from sunlight to prevent the damage. Wearing UV interception contact lenses along with a hat having a wider brim may help. Sunlight exposure is known to increase the risk of cataracts.

If you have already lost vision due to cataracts; talk to your eye doctor about different low vision services & devices that can help you make the most of the remaining vision.

Contact lenses do not impede your vision provided they are FDA approved nor do they cause cataracts. In fact they help maintaining your vision after cataracts surgery.

Dr. Wayne Bizer , Ophthalmology, states on behalf of American Academy of Ophthalmology's EyeSmart
“First, let me put your mind to rest that the wearing of contact lenses has nothing to do with the development of cataracts.

There are many different types of cataracts, and some of them have specific causes while others develop without ophthalmologists ever having any evidence as to why they occurred. Everyone who lives long enough will develop cataracts; some babies are born with cataracts, and others can develop them at almost any age. Fortunately, cataracts can be corrected with a painless and safe operation like cataract surgery"

Monday, 9 May 2016

Can I wear Contact Lenses when I Catch Cold?

Contact lenses help you maintain an improved vision. Unfortunately they come with certain restrictions. To help prevent infections, it is necessary you follow your doctor’s advice about continuing to wear your lenses when you are sick or under weather. Contact lenses should feel fine when your body temperature rises slightly. However, you should cease wearing contact lenses if fever is accompanied by strong flu, runny nose & itchy/inflamed eyes. Since fever and cold along with medicines can affect tear-chemistry; contact lenses may be irritable for your eyes until you fully heal.

Avoiding contact lenses can be an obstacle in your day to day life if you rely on them for vision correction. Unless, you are suffering from a severe ocular infection, you can still wear your colored contacts safely; provided they are daily disposable. Strong weather changes such as storms, windy weather and spring where there are innumerable pollen particles suspended in the air; call for a wise contact lens management. Switching to daily disposables from annual replacement should work fine when you are under strong influenza virus attack or are battling through air borne irritants.

During cold, every time you rub your eyes you are unknowingly transferring germs to them. This may lead to contact lens contamination and re-wearing the same pair of contacts when you recover will have an increased risk of infection. Moreover, due to the reduced and compromised tear film; your eyes may feel drier which makes it uncomfortable to wear contacts during an illness. Fortunately, influenza virus is not always very severely strong. If you think your eyes are unaffected, please feel free to wear soft lenses when unavoidable.

In short; you are your own home doctor. Before you could run to a professional you must have enough knowledge to deal with your troubles. Remember a stitch in time, saves nine! Ask yourself if your eyes look good enough with circle contacts. Whenever in doubt, remove them – your eyes are not worth the risks. 

How to Choose Soft Contact Lenses by Tint or Color?

Soft contact lenses are available in various options. Rare is the case that you find yourself stuck in a blind alley when it is about getting the best pair of contact lenses. Today, soft contact lenses are being made into every color possible where the advanced technology and quality of the material has enabled the penetration of the trend even deeper. Contact lenses, as per your life style and special requirements (if any) can be chosen by replacement schedule, wearing duration or by tint & color.

Contact Lenses by Tint & Color
Categorically speaking contact lenses are available in three major types; i.e. translucent colored lenses, opaque & clear or tinted contacts.

Translucent Colored Contacts

These contact lenses are mostly sought by the teen age girls and women aiming to bring a sophisticated color change effect. They are made to blend with your original eye color flawlessly, plus they also happen to match the design of your iris. Translucent contact lenses basically help to accentuate your own eye color whilst adding a subtle enrichment of color & design to the iris.

Opaque Colored Contacts

Opaque circle lenses are strongly pigmented. They happen to mask your original eye color and no matter how darker are your peepers; these lenses will completely conceal. Such contacts are usually used for theatrical purposes where your goal is more than just changing the eye color.

Clear or Tinted Contacts

These contact lenses are transparent. They are tinted pale blue or green only for handling and visibility purposes. Tinted colored lenses do not change the color nor do they alter the pattern of human iris. They are not visible in the eyes and create totally natural looks. Tinted contacts are usually worn when all you need is prescription and freedom from glasses.

Tints and colors depending on the intensity can help accentuate your eye color or eventually change it altogether. Choose your colored lenses wisely to get the best of them.

Friday, 6 May 2016

What are Faux Thigh High Tights: Tights that Look Like Socks

Thigh high socks are a great hosiery essential but can be intimidating for some. They help giving your legs a slender shape whilst skimping the unpleasant plump-y bumps. However, unfortunately they always carry the risks of wardrobe malfunctions. If you love wearing your thigh high socks but fear fall offs then try faux thigh high socks instead.

Faux thigh high socks are actually tights that provide sheer panty-support. Of course alike regular thigh high socks; faux tights too are worn underneath other garments but the plus point is the absence of garter belts or hold-ups you would need otherwise. Thigh high socks look chic as they strike the hem of your skirt and let you reveal the rest of your sexy legs without actually revealing them. Faux thigh high tights are printed in such a way that they seem to have the actual socks like stitching where they reach the mid of your thigh. The rest half of faux tights is made transparent sandy that blends in naturally with your own skin color. Faux thigh highs are available in several different qualities. Good quality faux tights lack shine so that they stay true at the transparent area up above your knees.

Faux thigh highs prevent spilling of your flesh just over the edge of the socks that may look unpleasant. Moreover, not everyone is bold enough to flash their skin. In such circumstances where covering your legs is a compulsion due to dress code or may be a need due to rough, patchy skin you are not so confident about; faux thigh high socks come to rescue.

Thigh high stockings are a chic hosiery style that never go out of style. Faux thigh high stockings have added benefits of freedom from risks of wardrobe malfunctions that are common with them. They are fairly popular and create illusion of thigh high style. Pair them up with your swishy skirt and rock off!