Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses. All opinions are mine alone. #TreatYourEyes #CollectiveBias
I’ve worn glasses since I was probably in elementary school. And when I got to 8th grade I finally decided it was time for me to get some contact lenses. As much as I loved wearing glasses, it was time for me to switch things up since I was heading to high school. I really liked how I was able to see without having some frames on my face. I’ve gone to so many different optical centers but recently I decided to give Target Optical® a try.
I really like how you can schedule your eye appointment online. If you’re like me I’m not a fan of being on the phone. I prefer to do everything online because it’s more convenient for me. Target Optical® makes booking your eye exam so easy and simple.
Booking Your Eye Exam Online Target Optical®:
All you do is go to the Target Optical® website.
You click on the “eye exam” tab and enter your zip code. This will let you know which Target actually has a Target Optical® inside.
Once you see the closest Target Optical®, select “Schedule Eye Exam” and fill out your information.
You will get a phone call 24 hours prior to your appointment to confirm that you will be attending.
Since this was my first time going to a Target Optical®, I was impressed by how nice their employees were. I was greeted immediately, I was asked to fill out a chart with my previous health information and why I was getting an eye exam. For me, it was because I wanted to get a new prescription for my lenses and contacts. I’m really looking forward to receiving my ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses soon. It’s been 3 years since I’ve worn contact lenses.
But now I want to go back to wearing them because as a makeup artist, it’ll be easier on me when I’m doing someone’s makeup. I feel like my glasses get in the way sometimes.
Available by prescription only for vision correction. Ask your doctor if ACUVUE® Brand— is right for you. Although rare, serious eye problems can develop while wearing contact lenses. Talk to your eye doctor about proper wear and care. Ask your doctor for important use and safety information, or see acuvue.com.