Hi girls ☺ I wear contact lenses during functions. In Hindu cultures,we would have yag fire (omakundam) during weddings. Ppl say lenses melt and stick to cornea when it comes near the fire😱. I'm terrified.Any experiences? Any advices?😇 | POPxo
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Hi girls ☺ I wear contact lenses during functions. In Hindu cultures,we would have yag fire (omakundam) during weddings. Ppl say lenses melt and stick to cornea when it comes near the fire😱. I'm terrified.Any experiences? Any advices?😇
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why take risk with your eyes. sport your natural eye color that day
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Hey don't worry, just don't come too close to it. I got married with my lenses on and the wedding went for whole night. And all the pheras and puja happens before fire. Also my lenses survived all the crying.😁 But first, have you wore lenses for long time before? If you are good with it and it doesn't irritate your eye, its alright.
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Hey dear get LASER SURGERY done to get rid of glasses n lenses... I ve got it done too ... Am so happy I did it. Now my vision is 0. :-)
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Its true...It can lead to permanent loss of vision...Embrace the natural color of ur eyes....btr ..give ur lenses s miss during functions and try out different eye makeup instead..😉
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Nothing happens don't worry.. even i used to wear lenses
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U can do laser or zyaptic 👍 recovery also takes less than a week..I've done that my sight is perfect now 😄
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Just keep putting a lil solution in ur eye i do nd i feel really gud after that
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Yes yes I wear lenses too so during fire and all its a suggestion that u stay away from it coz y do u want to take risk and cause lifetime problems to your eyes . It's as as easily staying away right ? 😄
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Omg is this true thx for your advice's
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Yes u can't go nearest to fire or u can't go in hot things or weather also u can't rub ur eyes hardly. If this happen knowingly or unknowingly u can lose ur sight permanently. So be careful and wear lenses wisely
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I heard its a hoax
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Yeah...you need to be careful
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As we say precaution is better than cure y take such a risk on ur special day may be u can wear it in other functions like reception or mehendi where there is no yag fire Ps:- best wishes for your new life
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Lenses can melt in heat
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It's right , what you've heard about. While wearing lenses keep distance from yagna fire, bonfire, cooktops and all fire related stuff or appliances else there can be permanent impairment of the vision as well. I've heard and seen such cases
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Yeah that's true actually.Someone told me once that their friend went near a BBQ grill..and the lenses got melted and she lost her eyesight for life..stay careful and maintain distance from the fire..
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You need to be as far away from fire as possible. It is true .
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I've not heard such things. But to b in d safer side, avoid it.
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It depends on the quality lenses u buy..
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