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Lisa Jewett

Lisa Jewett

4385 Casa Grande Cir Apt 361
Cypress, CA 90630-2593

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  • Well, I am shocked at your question, actually, do you have to rub your eyes or is that some kind of hobby? So, as a matter of fact, it would not be wise for you to do so since by rubbing your eyes, your eyes are more frequently exposed to some bacteria which could give rise to some serious infections, red eyes, and other diseases. Plus the fact that your have taken lasik surgery, it should be forbidden. If you really feel itchy in the eyes, find a doctor and buy some drops.

  • There is a poor chance that you may get infected if you don't touch the eyes. But it is better for you to use your own an avoid sharing.

  • Take it easy, I do not think that Vaseline could cause damage to eyes. If you feel umcomfortable, you can wash your eyes with clean water several times and then drip some eyedrops. Vaseline is a petroleum products with oil shape. Its main raw materials are wax grease from residuum remained after the atmospheric distillation and vacuum distillation of crude oil and lubricant oil with different viscosity blended according to the demand. Whether it is used officinal or used as cosmetics, it needs to be refined further. As far as the scientists are concerned, Vaseline has nothing but the carbon hydrogen chemical compound which has chemical inertia. It can be applied onto the skin to keep skin moisture and keep the skin tissue of the trauma in best form to accelerate the personal repair capacity. In addition, Vaseline does not have the ability to sterilize, it just prevents the germ in the air from getting in touch with the skin to reduce the possibility of infection.

  • Well, for your situation, I have to say that your eyes may suffer from eye infection in some degree. So you need to pay more attention to it. Of course, in common, there are many reasons which can be related with the hurt of your eyes. For example, when you get up in the morning, your eyes are accustomed to darkness. And when it opens, it will be hard for your eyes to adjust to the new light, which is so strong. In that way, it will just make the eyes hurt. Also, it also can be because of the eye infection, for there are many dirty objects in the air outside. Just be careful about it. At that moment, red eyes can be possible too.

  • Well, it is absolutely unnecessary to stay away from your friends. Your friend`s illness will only be infectious if you are too close to him, for example, if you touch the things that he touched and rub your eyes, you are likely to get sick. So my advice is that you will remind your friend to keep clean and wash his hands. Anyway, it is unwise to lose a friend right, so you'd better urge him to visit a doctor as soon as possible!

  • Ok, I can see that you would like to wear masquerade masks for a party or something, and what is unlucky is you are nearsighted. Anyway, it is true that your glasses would give you a lot of trouble in wearing your masks, which brings you charm and mystery. So, actually, I cannot figure out a better way unless you try some contact lenses, which could make you free from those glasses frames and improve your vision at the same time. There are just some daily contact lenses that you might like. Just get some of them at Walmart vision center.

  • transition glasses can change the color only when they are exposed to the UV rays directly. While little rays will pass through the windshield of the car, so transition eyeglasses won't turn as dark as sunglasses. In this case, they may not block the strong light effectively. So transition sunglasses are not a good choice for driving. If you want glasses for daytime driving, sunglasses can meet your needs.

  • Of course, people with sensitive eyes can wear contact lenses. But they should choose the contacts that are special made for sensitive eyes. And these people shouldn't wear their contact lenses every day. The time they wear contact lenses may be less than those with normal eyes.

  • Alcohol can change the color of your eyes into red if you drink too much. Alcohol causes the blood vessels in your eyes to expand, making them more prominent. Obviously, it is bad for your eyes. Heavy drinking of alcohol not only cause color change, but also destroy your vision and overall eye health.

  • Both of them can give 100% UV protection. If you drive a lot, I would suggest you to get polarized lens. They can reduce reflective glare which photochromic does NOT. The photochromic lenses will start to fade in 2 years.