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Eye Care

Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lenses
Silicone Hydrogel contact lenses are made of a high oxygen permeable material that allows more oxygen to flow into the cornea compared to conventional contact lenses, and are described as 100% more comfortable.

Have you heard of Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lenses?.
Silicone Hydrogel & Contact lenses
Working on your computer for long hours? Just can't seem to concentrate because your eyes seem as dry as a desert? Sometimes, they even feel scratchy and uncomfortable, like you have a particle of dirt lodged in your eye that you just can't get rid of, no matter how much you rinse or rub your eyes?  These are symptoms of dry eye syndrome.

Read our Guide on How to Treat Dry Eye Syndrome..
Sports and Contact Lens Wear
Whatever your chosen sport or physical activity, don't let poor eye sight limit your involvement. If you want the edge over your opponents, contact lenses could be the answer.

Guide on Sports and Contact Lenses.
Travelling With Contact Lenses
Vacation time is here, which means many of us are getting ready for a much needed break. Here is some useful information compiled by the WeLovelenses Team for contact lens wearers while on their travels.

Helpful tips for contact lens wears going on holiday.
Swimming and the Use of Contact Lenses
As summer approaches and the temperatures rise, so does the need to reduce the impact of heat that comes with it. We do whatever we can to cool off. We wear light clothing, use fans and air conditioners, even take part in water sports such as swimming, but often our eyes get forgotten about.

How to protect your eyes when swimming.
10 Myths and Facts About Contact Lenses
Buying contact lenses online can be a confusing and frustrating process, especially if you don't know all the facts. This is why we have put together a guide on common myths and facts about contact lenses.

Debunking some common contact lens myths.
10 Common Myths About Eyes
At welovelenses, we know the importance of good eye health. We want to make sure all our customers remain informed by debunking some common eye myths and old wives tales.

Debunking some common eye myths.
Cosmetics & Eye Make-up: Helpful Tips for Contact Lens Wearers
Make-up application is part of a daily routine for many ladies with contact lens wearers being no different. Although contact lenses can make applying make-up easier compared to eye glasses, it is important that good lens care is always adhered to.

Make-up Tips for Contact Lens Wearers.
Precision Uv Contact Lenses: Protect Your Eyes From Ultraviolet (Uv) Radiation
Precision UV Contact Lenses by Ciba Vision offer a wider range of lens powers compared to other brands, i.e. they cover high minus, up to -16.00 as well as high plus up to +10.00. PRECISION UV Contact Lenses, are available from the WeLoveLenses Contact Lens Shop in -10.00 to -16.00 and +8.00 to +10.00 power lenses and come in a box of 6 monthly disposable contact lenses.

Guide to precision UV Contact Lenses.
Contact Lens Solutions: The Importance of Caring for Your Contact Lenses
A clean contact lens will give good visual acuity, fit and comfort. Monthly wear and biweekly contact lenses that are free from contamination give far less risk of ocular infection.

Guide to caring for your contact lenses.
How to handle your contact lenses
Before you put on your contact lenses always ensure that you wash your hands with soap, rinse them thoroughly and dry them with a clean towel.

A step-by-step guide on how to put on your contact lenses.
Do's and Don'ts
Attention all contact lens users! Contact lenses are medical devices that need to be properly fit and checked by an eye care professional. To take full advantage of the many benefits of contact lenses one should take proper care of them.

Contact Lens Do’s and Don’ts.
How to Read your Prescription?
Here are some guidelines to help you reading your prescription correctly, so as to ensure you order the right lenses. There are various parameters that you may need to use, these depend on the type of lenses and prescription that you have.

How to read your prescription.