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Contact lenses are a popular vision correction option that offers convenience and freedom from wearing traditional eyeglasses. However, the use of contact lenses can have various impacts on the ocular surface.
While cosmetic ingredients serve various purposes, some of them may have the potential to worsen dry eye symptoms.
Dry eye disease is a common condition that affects many individuals worldwide. While various factors can contribute to its development, this article aims to shed light on the role of environmental factors in exacerbating dry eye symptoms.
The Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society (TFOS) has released a report (2023) examining the effects of lifestyle choices on the health of the ocular surface, specifically highlighting the influence of nutrition.