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B+L BioTrue contact lens 50% off

Added on 01 May 2017 by Stuart Macfarlane

Currently BioTrue contact lenses at 50% at $21.99 a box. May 2017 only. BioTrue One Day lenses have been developed with HyperGel, a material designed to mimic the lipid layer of the tear film.  The outer surface of the lens has a similar water content to the cornea and is designed to mimic the tear film lipid layer. This reduces dehydration of the contact and maintains excellent high definition optical quality. The l... READ MORE

Treating dirty contact lenses.

Added on 15 April 2017 by Stuart Macfarlane

Reduced comfort while wearing contact lenses and reduced wearing times are common symptoms of dirty contact lenses. What can we do to stop lenses from developing deposits? Is there anything we can do to keep our contacts more clean? And once they are dirty, how can we clean and remove the deposits?Causes of contact lens deposits Some causes of dirty contact lens and techniques to keep them clean are:Too long wearing time&... READ MORE

B+L Ultra contact lenses at 50% off. $37.99 a box.

Added on 13 March 2017 by Stuart Macfarlane

Enjoy the superior performance of B+L Ultra contact lens at only $37.99 a box for a limited time. This offer is applicable for a 12 month order of 2 boxes per eye. B+L ULTRA contact lenses feature MoistureSeal technology. One of the consequences of extended work on screen-based equipment is a reduced blink rate which results in drying of the contact lens surface with associated ocular irritation. ... READ MORE

What is Macular Degeneration and how to avoid it.

Added on 11 February 2017 by Stuart Macfarlane

Macular degeneration (and how to avoid it).Macular degeneration, also known as MD, is a deterioration in the central part of the retina that enables you to see fine detail and is one of the most common causes of low vision in Australia. Although MD will not result in a total "blackā€ blindness, it can certainly result in legal blindness. As the central vision deteriorates, you lose your ability to recognise street signs and f... READ MORE

How to treat a stye.

Added on 21 January 2017 by Stuart Macfarlane

A stye (also known as a hordeolum) is a small pimple like bump on your lid margin and is often tender and red with a head like a pimple. There are two types of styes: the first is an infection of the eyelash follicle and is found along the lid margin. This is called an external stye or an external hordeolum. The second type is called an internal stye or internal hordeolum and is an infection of one of the tear glands foun... READ MORE

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WebContacts Pty Ltd is not offering individual advice on contact lens wear and provides a contact lens replacement service. Always follow your eye care practitioner's advice for the proper use and care of your contact lenses and have your eyes examined regularly. If you experience any pain or discomfort from your contact lenses, discontinue use immediately and consult your eye care practitioner.