The kids have or are almost at the end of term for the glorious summer holidays. Many adventures and making memories await you and the family, to make it the best summer yet, after what has been a very strange time over the last 18 months.
As parents, you find that your schedule is even busier, and you want to make sure the kids are entertained at all times. Whether your children will be playing outdoors or keeping busy inside - the little ones may be prone to an accident or two – which could end up costly. For instance, if your child wears glasses (I know I’ve broken many a pair and I’m supposed to be an adult!) it could be time for them to try contact lenses?
This may sound daunting - not only to you - but your little ones too. If your child is relatively active and likes to get their hands dirty, then this may be a more sensible/realistic option.
If you need a little more encouragement or need some helpful advice, Specsavers share their do’s and dont's for eyecare.
Contact lenses aren’t age restrictive
Some things in life have age restrictions like video games or theme park rides, but the good news is contact lenses don’t. It all comes down to the person feeling comfortable wearing them, whatever their age.
They’re not painful
Contact lenses aren’t painful. In fact, when you’re wearing them, you shouldn’t feel them at all. While you shouldn’t feel as if they are there, if you do experience discomfort, you can always pop back into your Specsavers store to get it checked out.
Contact lenses are really easy to clean
Contact lenses are really easy to keep clean. The important things to remember are washing your hands before you put in your lenses and take them out. If lenses look dirty when you take them out of the packet or case, use your saline solution to rinse them – never water. But if in doubt, throw them out and start with a new lens.
Remember to take them out
Not everyone is good at remembering things – we’ve all left our homework at home before. So if this sounds like you, why not set a reminder on your phone or write a note by your bed to jog your memory. Simple things like this will help make taking out your contact lenses part of your routine.
Contact lenses aren’t scary
While the thought of putting something in your eye may fill you with horror, it isn’t anything to be frightened of. The friendly opticians at Specsavers will help guide you on how to use them, so you’ll soon get the hang of them and realise there’s nothing to be scared of.
To find out more or to book an appointment visit www.specsavers.co.uk