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Contact Eye Drops

If you take proper care of your contact lenses as directed by your optometrist, your contacts should fit comfortably on your eyes throughout the day - for the most part. However, as we all know, every contact lens wearer at some point or other has experienced itchy, dry or irritated eyes. These symptoms could have any number of causes. Perhaps there are particles trapped between the contact and your eye, or maybe the contacts are unclean or your eyes could just be naturally dry - it happens. Poor air quality (dry or polluted air) can also contribute, among other things. If you wear contact lenses and your eyes become persistently irritated and you are unsure of the cause, it is always best to check with your optometrist to determine the root of the problem. For those moments when your eyes have become dry, or naturally irritated, there are eye drops specifically designed to offer relief for the many people who wear contact lenses. It is important to make sure, though, that you consult with your optometrist prior to purchasing any eye drops to see which brand or style will work best with the contact lenses that have been prescribed for you.

Eye Drops Offer Relief

Many office environments have dry air problems that can lead to irritated eyes. Not to mention the toll exacted from staring at a computer screen for hours. Walgreens has a wide range of brands and styles of eye drops for those who wear contact lenses. They are perfect to use when your eyes are itchy and dry and need replenishment and relief. But before you use just any contact solution, make sure the product is specifically formulated to work well with contact lenses. The best way to do this is to consult with your optometrist. Your optometrist can be a great resource in guiding you to the proper brand and style of contact that will work to replenish the moisture in your eyes without doing any damage to the contact or your eyes. With Walgreen's wide range of eye drops especially designed for contact lens wearers, you're sure to find what you need.

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