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Keep Your Eye on the Prize

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Imagine walking toward the hottest guy you’ve ever seen. He’s like a mix of Channing Tatum with Ryan Reynolds’ abs and the personality of Ryan Gosling. The most attractive guy you’ve ever laid eyes on. But what if you couldn’t see him? What if your vision is blurry?

Our eyes work so hard for us every day. So the question is: are you taking care of them?
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From sun damage to dirty contact lens solution, to watching ridiculous YouTube* videos late at night, your peepers can take a bigger beating than you even know! Luckily we’re breaking down all the myths surrounding eye care and contact lens wear…and let us tell you, this stuff is pretty eye-opening!

Ever wonder why your eyes keep bothering you? Or what your beauty routine should consist of to keep ‘em sparkling? Or maybe you’re making the transition from geek-chic to sexy lady and need tips on ditching your glasses for contact lenses.

Each day we’ll share must-read tidbits that will answer your burning eye care questions and that will keep your eyes from burning — everything from how long to keep a contact lens case to when to use tap water with your lenses (uh, never!).

And trust us – we know you need these tips. A recent survey found that almost a third of contact lens wearers admit to reusing contact lens solution1, which is a definite don’t! We’re talking a fanny-pack, pajama-jeans, Amanda-Bynes’-blue-wig kinda don’t!

Check back in all week long for more of these must-read tips, and for even more important eye care info visit the eye experts at PourThatOut.com.

Oh and if you haven’t already heard, we’re kicking off the weeklong series with a Twitter* party that is going to be an “eye” ball of fun! You’ll learn fun facts and have a chance to win some uh-mazing prizes! (Won’t that be a sight for sore eyes?!) We hope to “see” you there!

xx, The FabFitFun Team

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1. Based on an online survey of 1,000 contact lens wearers in the U.S. (excluding dailies wearers); Alcon data on file, 2013.

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