What are the benefits off iGO Overnight Correction Lenses
when traveling and holidaying
Getting there - on the flight

Short-haul  - as you are not wearing any contact lenses the air conditioned environment on a plane is more comfortable for the yes and you don't need to worry about taking solutions on board which is a problem if you forget the 100 ml rule

Long-haul and Sleeping Onboard - air-con is not a problem when wearing iGO OVC lenses whilst asleep as the eyes are closed, well lubricated and not exposed. Lenses are taken on board in a lens case and the liquid inside is only 5mls. If you don't get enough sleep in your lenses and your vision is not quite good enough when you get off the flight your lenses can be re-inserted for driving etc.
Winter Holidays

Getting your face covered in snow doesn't result in loosing your lenses or them moving around in the eye.
Prescription glasses will steam up so when they are removed you will not be able to see. You can wear normal sunglasses or goggles which saves money
Prescription glasses will steam up so when they are removed you will not be able to see. You can wear normal sunglasses or goggles which saves money.
Summer Holidays
On the beach
Sand gets everywhere. If it gets in the eyes it can be very uncomfortable and more seriously could cause injury if sand gets under the lens and you rub them. Minute scratches caused which are then prone to infection.
In the pool
Swimming is not advisable in contacts lenses in the sea or pool or lake.
Water-sports
Surfing, waterskiing, snorkeling, scuba diving are all impossible with contact lenses or glasses
Fashion sunglasses

The choice of any type of fashion sunglass frame is open to you Make-up
Make-up, sun cream are both a problem on the beach as they can both get in the eyes from sweat or water.

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