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PostHeaderIcon Wearing Contact Lenses & Eye Health with Johnson & Johnson

There are so many things that can make daily life a hassle, at least for me. Glasses are one of them. When I was 16, I started wearing contact lenses. I am now 36 and couldn’t live without them. When I do have to wear my glasses, for whatever reason, it’s a thorn in my side. The only convenience is that I can put them on and take them off at any time. I don’t have to think about rubbing my eyes etc. Acuvue Oasys has been a life saver for me.

Acuvue Oasys Contact Lenses- DelightfulChaos.com
Disclosure: “I wrote this review while participating in an Influencer campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. and received a promotional item from Mom Central to thank me for participating.”

Royal, my 12 year old, has been wearing glasses for a few years. He has already broken 3 pair. He’s a boy who does boy things so, it’s was inevitable that it would happen. He has always watched me put mine in. The most common thing I hear from him, and many others is, “I could never stick my finger in my eye.” I always laugh at this because you are not actually touching your eye. He has recently started wearing contact lenses and he loves them. He still wears his glasses off and on but, he laughs about how easy they are to put in now.

Acuvue Oasys Contact Lenses- DelightfulChaos.com
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PostHeaderIcon Protect your eyes from dangerous UV rays with @ACUVUE®

I have been blessed with extremely bright blue eyes. When I was little, I would always get embarrassed when people complimented them. My Nana would always laugh and tell me to stop covering them up. I didn’t learn to love them until I was in my late teens.

When I was 16, I started to wear contact lenses. This was mostly due to the fact that the sun literally hurt my eyes. I didn’t want to be switching between prescription sunglasses and my regular glasses. To be honest, I also just hate how I look in glasses. Even at almost 36 years old, I still am not a big fan of them.

It has been my experience that most people simply wear sunglasses because the sun bothers them. I don’t think many consider the damage that the sun can do to your eyes and not just your skin. Experts say it is difficult to isolate the exact amount of damage that Ultraviolet Radiation (UV) imposes on the eye over a long period of time. However, a number of studies have shown that the effects of UV radiation are mostly cumulative and may increase the chance of developing eye problems later in life, including cataracts, a leading cause of reduced vision in the United States. read the rest of this entry »

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