99% of adults who wear contacts admit to breaking some cardinal lens rules: sleeping in them, washing them in water and so on.
Many contact-wearers may brush off these accidents, but improper lens care can have gross — and sometimes serious –consequences.
Recently, Reactions collaborates with Anna Rothschild from Gross Science to explain why contacts can cause problems and how to prevent them.
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