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Stacey Bellamy

Brilliant prices!
Have used Feel Good Lenses for some time now and have no complaints. The only thing that has happened twice was took longer to be delivered to me. But I did receive a email letting me know that the delivery wasnt going to be within the two day postage slot.

Louise Wallis

Always Reliable
Great prices, easy to order, always arrive quickly, hassle free!

Trevor Sutton

Dealing
I think that feel good are very good to deal with.

Roz Lester

This company is always reliable
I have never had a problem with my order.

Shaun Stewart

Good prices, excellent service
Always top service including a recent refund on my incorrect order. Prices good too.

Nick Gray

Fast, Cheap & Efficient
Seem to be much better than the alternatives on offer. I have no hesitation in recommending their service.

Amanda Gallagher

Super speedy and great quality
Always reliable delivery is quick and correspondence is swift

Katie Mclellan

First class !
Excellent overall service, efficient delivery, competitive pricing, useful reminder emails. Why go anywhere else!

Charlie Nairn

Great service
Always come back here to order my lenses, hassle free and quick dispatch.

Katie Stagg

Wish I''d ordered from this company before!
I''ve been using Blink eyedrops for years now and have never found any other brand that has come close. They''ve gradually become more expensive but Feel Good offers the product at an extremely competitive price. I''ll definitely be buying from them again!
Brilliant prices! -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
Have used Feel Good Lenses for some time now and have no complaints. The only thing that has happened twice was took longer to be delivered to me. But I did receive a email letting me know that the delivery wasnt going to be within the two day postage slot.
Always Reliable -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
Great prices, easy to order, always arrive quickly, hassle free!
Dealing -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
I think that feel good are very good to deal with.
This company is always reliable -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
I have never had a problem with my order.
Good prices, excellent service -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
Always top service including a recent refund on my incorrect order. Prices good too.
Fast, Cheap & Efficient -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
Seem to be much better than the alternatives on offer. I have no hesitation in recommending their service.
Super speedy and great quality -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
Always reliable delivery is quick and correspondence is swift
First class ! -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
Excellent overall service, efficient delivery, competitive pricing, useful reminder emails. Why go anywhere else!
Great service -by ,Sep 23, 2015
4/5stars
Always come back here to order my lenses, hassle free and quick dispatch.
Wish I''d ordered from this company before! -by ,Sep 23, 2015
5/5stars
I've been using Blink eyedrops for years now and have never found any other brand that has come close. They've gradually become more expensive but Feel Good offers the product at an extremely competitive price. I'll definitely be buying from them again!

How to Correctly Fit a Contact Lens

How to Fit a Contact Lens Correctly

Fitting a contact lens correctly is important to ensure healthy eyes and comfortable wear. If your eyes are red and sore or itchy and dry, or if your vision is blurred, there is a likely chance that your contacts have not been put in properly.

This can not only lead to uncomfortable wear but can cause long term damage to the eyes, especially the cornea.

At Feel Good Contact Lenses, our main priority is good eye health and so we have provided some handy hints and tips on correct lens insertion and care below, so your eyes are as healthy and beautiful as ever, even with lenses on.

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The Do's of Proper Contact Lens Fitting

The Dont's of Contact Lens Fitting

DO'S

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  • Do make sure your hands are clean BEFORE you put your lens in. Wash with mild soap and water, and dry with a lint free towel.
  • Do use both hands when putting in a contact lens – one hand to hold the lens and the upper lid and the other to hold your lower lid down.
  • Do look directly at the lens and try to use a mirror whenever possible – place the lens directly on the iris and slowly release your hold on your eye.
  • Do get rid of any air bubbles. This is very important as if there are any air bubbles underneath the lens surface, it can cause extreme discomfort. Close your eye and roll it gently to rid it of any air bubbles. You can also massage to lids very lightly, but make sure you do not rub your eyes as this can cause the contact lens to move around or even fall out of the eye.
  • When removing lenses, hold the eye open as before with both hands and use the forefinger to slide the contact down to the lower part of the eye. Then use the thumb and forefinger to pinch the lens and remove without folding it too much.

DONT'S

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  • Don’t ever use tap water to rinse your contact lenses or the lens case.Don’t use saliva to wet your lenses. Try to take out the lens and use the contact lens solution provided to clean it and re-insert.
  • If you swim, do not wear your contact lenses underwater unless they are daily disposables. Even then, try to wear goggles where possible and throw the lenses away immediately afterwards.
  • Don’t, under any circumstances, wear your contacts whilst showering or if in a sauna or hot tub.Don’t sleep in your lenses unless they are designed specially for this. They can cause your eyes to dry out and stick together, making taking them out difficult afterwards.
  • Do get rid of any air bubbles. This is very important as if there are any air bubbles underneath the lens surface, it can cause extreme discomfort. Close your eye and roll it gently to rid it of any air bubbles. You can also massage to lids very lightly, but make sure you do not rub your eyes as this can cause the contact lens to move around or even fall out of the eye.
  • Don’t ever wear torn or damaged lenses. They cause more harm than good and are not recommended for maintaining good long term eye health.Don’t wear lenses if your eyes feel sore, itchy or dry and do not use contacts beyond their sell by date.