Acuvue Oasys wearers will be happy to hear you can now buy only four boxes to get a year supply of contact lenses. Johnson & Johnson has just released the Acuvue Oasys 12-Pack. Each lens is still the same but with a bulk quantity, you’ll save time, money, and better yet, shipping costs with Free Shipping over $99 at AC Lens. Order Acuvue Oasys in a 12-pack now and save today.
Adlens® has introduced the Sundials, a sun version of its famous variable focus eyewear. When exactly would you wear such a cool gadget, you ask? Let’s take a look at three scenarios where the Sundials would be very handy indeed.
Set. Spike. Ace!
It’s the championship game of your summer volleyball league and you just made a diving dig to save a point. Unfortunately, the impact of hitting the sand made your left contact pop out. Lucky for you, one of your teammates always carries a pair of Sundials with him. With its adjustable lenses, you’re back to spiking
the ball in no time. Crisis averted.
It’s a sunny afternoon. The kids are at school and your husband is at work. It’s the perfect day to sit out on the patio with some ice tea and your latest read. Unfortunately, you seem to have discovered that your fabulous new polarized prescription sunglasses cause a never-ending optical illusion effect on your tablet, and of course, you seem to have run out of contacts. It’s a good thing your kids got those nifty Adlens Sundials™ for your husband for Father’s Day. They’re even unisex, so they fit your face. Afternoon saved!
Lending An Eye
After years of debating, you’ve finally decided to bite the bullet and get laser eye surgery. Unfortunately, that means you can’t wear contacts for two weeks prior to the operation and you’ve never bothered to get a pair of prescription sunglasses. Adlens Sundials™ is the perfect solution to your predicament. They can be adjusted so you can take your morning stroll on the boardwalk without running into things and still read on the beach without having to reach for those readers. Keep them handy for after the surgery too because there will be a period of recovery where your vision might fluctuate. Potential problem handled.
Adlens Sundials™ feature the same Alvarez lens technology as the multi-award winning Adlens Adjustables™. Durable and lightweight, Sundials are ideal for the active people who don’t let bumps in the road stop them from continuing on their day. Grab a pair of Sundials and be prepared for whatever comes your way.
The wait is finally over. Never again will you have to decide between having comfortable vision and being a more vibrant you. AIR OPTIX® is setting a new standard in color contacts by creating the first color silicone hydrogel lens.
The ultra-smooth plasma surface technology creates a permanent protective layer of moisture to provide superior deposit resistance so your contact lenses stay comfortable from day 1 to 31. The 3 in 1 color technology also perfectly blends the shades with your natural eye color to give a dazzling but still natural look.
What sets it apart?
AIR OPTIX® COLORS are unique from other color contacts because the color isn’t printed on the lens surface. The hues are compressed within the silicone hydrogel so the only thing touching your eye is the ultra-smooth plasma surface.
AIR OPTIX® COLORS are available in nine different shades ranging from Brown to Brilliant Blue so it’s up to you whether you want to go subtle or go big. AIR OPTIX® COLORS: a new way to see colorfully.
AIR OPTIX® COLORS are available now on www.aclens.com!
Spring. To most people, spring means warmer weather and doing all things associated with being outside. Unfortunately, for those people affected by ocular allergies—it’s about one in five Americans—spring means the start of yet another itchy and irritating season. There are, of course, preventative measures that you can take to reduce the symptoms; number one on that list is to stay indoors when pollen counts are at their peak. But who wants to sit inside on a summer evening while everyone else is outside playing backyard kickball and having a cookout? Cuddling with your puppy at night is also a bad idea, but who can resist that sad puppy face? Instead, let’s look at some tried and true methods to alleviate the symptoms of eye allergies.
- NO RUBBING. Yes, saying no rubbing to someone with itchy eyes is like saying no scratching to a child with chicken pox, but rubbing will make it worse. Instead, apply a cold compress to closed eyes for 5 to 10 minutes a few times a day.
- The rumor is true. Refrigerating artificial tears (such as Refresh) is the way to go. Your eyes will feel much better than if the tears weren’t cold.
- Double the A. Opcon-A and Naphcon-A are over-the-counter vasoconstrictor (reduce redness)/antihistamine (control itching) drops that were once by prescription only. Now, all poor, allergy-ridden souls can buy them anytime.
- Always Alaway. Alaway is a triple action allergy drop. It’s an antihistamine, prevents symptoms from worsening, and keeps eosinophils from being released. Or in layman terms, it stops the itchiness and keeps it from coming back.
If all those fail, drive yourself to the eye doctor and ask for a prescription for the strong stuff that’s hidden behind the counter. Having eye allergies is not the same as having a peanut allergy. You can’t just avoid the trigger and hope for the best. Spring and summer days are meant to be spent outside, and a “little” problem like eye allergies shouldn’t stop you. Give our eye allergy stricken tested and approved methods a try, and rediscover the great outdoors.