The Best Contact Lenses for Dry Eyes

Day Contact Lens Freedom for Dry Eyes

Freedom from glasses, day lenses & laser surgery

Long days on Zoom calls, staring at screens or long hours doing shift work causing itchy contact lenses and dry eyes? Wearing contact lenses for long periods of time can cause dry eyes.

If you become a sufferer of dry eye syndrome, contact lenses can become uncomfortable. This occurs when your eyes don’t produce tears properly or make enough fluid to keep your eyes lubricated and comfortable.

Time to switch to a NIGHT Lenses! Wearing a contact lens during the day, for night lens wearers, is a bit odd. They never go back.

Why have a lens in your eye during the day that is so much hassle and can cause all those issues, when you can simply pop one in while you sleep and then take out, leaving you with perfect sight and nothing in your eyes all day?

Not much more to say really. If you’re less than -5.00 Dioptre then night lenses will work for you.




In this interview Scott talks about how his constant battle with dry eyes from his contact lenses during his work hours changed overnight when he switched to night lenses. In his words “It was a miracle”.

Dr Euan Speirits | Surgeon, Downhill Mountain Bike Champ, Paddleboarder

Dr Euan Speirits is a Scottish surgeon with a specialist interest in Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine and Biomechanical Research. An Orthopaedic Research Fellow, Registrar and Phd student he is passionate about Sports Medicine with an active role in Strength/ Conditioning training and Athlete Wellbeing. Part of his interview he talks about how night lenses have helped him during surgery and with his shift work.

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