Travel to see the beautiful scenery is fun, but if we have a minus vision, surely we can not see it clearly. So, we should wear glasses or contact lenses. Compared with glasses, using contact lenses is much more comfortable when traveling because we can move more freely. Keep in mind that we should use contact lenses properly because if you don't, contact lenses can cause irritation or infection to the eyes. To overcome this, travelers should use oxygen contact lenses when traveling. Because these contact lenses have many benefits, let's discuss them one by one.
1.FIVE TIMES MORE OXYGEN SUPPLY
A healthy cornea creates a good vision. High levels of oxygen positively affect the health of the cornea. If the cornea of the eye is lack of oxygen, the eyes will experience irritation, dryness, even redness.
2. SOFTLENS-FREE SENSATION
Using ordinary contact lenses will make you feel like there is a wedge in your eyes, mainly when the contact lenses have been used too long. In contrast to oxygen contact lenses that will make you sense not using any contact lenses. You see, oxygen levels are very high so that it's easier for the eyes to "breathe".
3. NO NEEDS USING EYE DROPS MUCH
The oxygen levels are high, so your eyes will keep being moisture well. Then, you do not need to use the eye drops much. Wow, so it saves money and time, right!
4. SWIMMING FRIENDLY
Not only safe to use when traveling by plane or train for hours, but you should know that the oxygen contact lenses is safe to use when swimming as well. So, you do not need to remove the contact lenses when you want to swim. Well, it's also suitable for you who like diving or snorkeling. Finally, you can see the beauty of the coral reef clearly!
5. NO PROBLEM TO USE WHILE SLEEPING
You are lazy to remove the contact lenses before going to sleep, aren't you? This habit is certainly not good. Contact lenses that are used too long can make dry eyes, mainly if used while sleeping. But, it will not be a problem if you use oxygen contact lenses. Once you are too tired after traveling, falling asleep while using contact lenses will be ok because the oxygen levels are very high.