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THE END OF GEO LENSES FOR ME

Hi guys, today I'm going to blog about my eyes! Oh god. I have work tomorrow morning, but I think my eyes are more important than anything. If anyone of you guys remembered the pair of contact lenses I'm wearing?

DISCLAIMBLER: I'M NOT TRYING TO ENCOURAGE YOU GUYS NOT TO WEAR GEO LENSES BUT IT IS MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE I WANT TO SHARE TO EVERYONE.



Yup, XCK-105 it is actually a GEO lens that will enlarge your black eye ball. So far, I have been using this brand for about a year and a month already. I AM OFFICIALLY GOING TO STOP USING THIS ANY MORE AND OTHER GEO LENSES ANYMORE.

Not saying that this product is not good but it has been giving me eye infection through out the entire 2012. Maybe it is because I use it as a "daily" basis. Last year, I couldn't bothered to care about my eye infection, usually if let's say I had the infection today, I'll continue to wear it the next day but it will usually turn worst. Not going to use the word occasionally but I received eye infection about almost 5-6 times a month. Please note that I DO CHANGE my water in my casing everyday. For expired contact lenses, I will throw it away after a few days it expired.


To explained why I have multiple eye infections this could be the cause:
  1. Hygiene purposes (which I highly doubt so)
  2. TIREDNESS OF MY EYES
  3. No oxygen for my eyes because the GEO lenses have a larger dimeter. 

Point 2 and 3 maybe the cause of my multiple eye infections, FIY I usually will wear my lenses from 7AM-10PM.. without removing it to let my eyes rest... I already suspected this issuse 3 months after I started using this brand but I didn't bother to do so... recently my eye infection worsen... AND I DON'T VISIT THE DOCTOR at all as I think it is just a minor problem...but.. after a long period of usage it comes with a price.......

I guess the reason why I still continued to use is because GEO lenses are cheap and affordable for me and it can enlarge my eyes..


So I'm going safeguard my eyes and switch back to my "atas" contact lenses. PLEASE DO TAKE CARE YOU EYES AND DON'T END UP LIKE ME!!! I'm giving myself a warning for my eyes already. I don't want to turn blind. 

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