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    I have been wearing contacts for 20 years. Been through a bunch of brands but now love the Bausch & Lomb Pure Vision 2 HD. My eyes don't seem to dry out nearly as bad, and if I sleep in them they are clear when I get up. But, I am starting to inquire about Lasik surgery. I guess after 20 years, I am finally getting fed up with putting them in and taking them out. I am one of those take them out every night kind of guys. Just the idea of opening my eyes and being able to see sounds so appealing right now.

    Like most folks have all ready said, just carry some kind of lubrication and you will be fine in the high country. I never knew this till recently, but visine doesn't burn your eyes like they say it does. I was always afraid to use visine, but my buddy convinced me that the rewetting drops was basically just a gimic to keep you from buying visine. Well I tried some out, and sure as s*** if it didn't lubricate my eyes and get rid of the redness/fatigue.

    Just my 2 cents.............best of luck this season(s).

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    Lubricating drops are made to lube your eyes. Not take away the redness. The ones that take away redness will be the ones that could burn. Best way to take away redness is to rest them.

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    Just giving another option instead of lubricating drops. For 19 years lubricating drops did nothing for my eyes, they were always dry and red. Switched to Visine AC and haven't had a problem since. Obviously, everybody's eyes will react differently to this drop and that.

 

 

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