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Rainy Days and Contact Lenses: What You Need to Know

Sep 29,2023 | Ariana

Rainy days can be both cozy and refreshing, but for contact lens wearers, they may raise some concerns. Whether you're sporting light green contacts for a special occasion or considering Halloween contact lenses for a spooky look, it's essential to understand how rain can affect your eye comfort and lens wear. 

What Happens When It Rains While Using Contact Lenses?

  • Discomfort: Some people may experience discomfort when rainwater makes contact with their contact lenses. This discomfort can be attributed to the difference in temperature and pH between your tears and rainwater.
  • Blurry Vision: Rainwater can cause temporary blurred vision, as it may not interact well with the contact lens surface. This can affect your ability to see clearly.
  • Washout Effect: In heavy rain, the sheer volume of water can wash away natural tear film, potentially causing dryness and discomfort.

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Tips for Rainy Days with Contact Lenses

  • Carry Lubricating Eye Drops: Keep lubricating eye drops designed for contact lens wearers on hand. These drops can help alleviate dryness and discomfort caused by rain.
  • Blink Frequently: Blinking frequently can help spread your natural tears over the surface of your contact lenses, potentially reducing the discomfort caused by rainwater. 
  • Carry a Spare Pair: Consider carrying a spare pair of contact lenses and a lens case with a contact lens solution in case you need to remove and replace your lenses due to discomfort or rain-related issues.
 
Although rainy days may present some challenges, with a proper selection of contact lenses, you can enjoy clear vision and comfort. Here are our recommendations:
 
You can also find more options on Unibling. We promise you 5 features of our contact lenses.
  1. Advanced Sandwich Painting Tech: This color-embedding process divides contact lenses into 3 layers, which effectively prevent the pigment layer from touching your cornea directly, ensuring your eyes are healthy and safe.
  2. Smooth Edge Design: The super soft and smooth-colored contact edge design offers you a natural and fresh feeling without any foreign body sensation.
  3. Against Protein Stains: Polyhema materials of high quality effectively avoid protein precipitation, making lenses soft and comfortable to wear.
  4. UV Blocking: This effectively helps to block daily ultraviolet rays when you are outside. Wearing Unibling contact lenses every day means that you have additional protection for your eyes.
  5. Yearly disposable: Super cost-effective, long-term usage for consistent fancy transformation with affordable low price. It has good moldability and is easy to operate and wear. Suitable for novices.
 
Unibling is always here to enhance your style and keep you feeling confident, rain or shine! So why not try Unibling products and elevate your eye comfort and style on those rainy days? 

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