What do you need to take on your trip when it comes to your eyes? Whether it is eye care items, fashion, or medical, check out these items.
Glasses prescribed to help you see better after a professional eye examination.
Eye Prescription Details
Having your eye prescription details with you is useful if you need to replace your glasses or contact lenses if they are lost, broken, etc. You could even store it digitally by taking a picture on your phone or storing it in an app like OneNote.
Not just to look cool, but sunglasses can protect your eyes damage by the sun, reduce glare and polarized lenses allow you to see better through water.
An eye mask (blindfold) can be used to help you sleep without being distracted if it fits well and blocks your sight.
There are different types help with dryness, allergies, anti-redness etc. Find out which type you need.
Used to temporarily correct eyesight, as a fashion accessory, or to protect and heal an eye. Comes in disposable or re-usable versions.
Contact Lens Case
A container to store contact lenses when not in use.
Contact Lens Solution
Normally a saline rinsing or a disinfecting liquid used for contact lens care.
Eyewear that protects your eyes from anything in the water that can help you see better underwater. Prescription versions are available.
Used to protect your eyes from harm when performing potentially dangerous tasks.
Full or half lenses glasses useful for when you have trouble seeing at short distances. "Read-made" versions are available, although it is a good idea to get a "Custom-made" pair.
Protective case to store glasses when they are not in use.
Useful for wiping glasses or computer screens, etc to keep them clean.
Often a cord, strap, chain, lanyard etc, used to stop your eyewear from falling and being lost or damaged.
Contact Lenses (Disposable)
Contact lenses you can use for a day and then dispose.