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Aidan Moore
It's National Pack Rat Day

It's National Pack Rat Day

Every so often we like to browse obscure holidays to see what we can have some fun with.  We know dry eye and scleral lens patients certainly accumulate a lot of STUFF, so today's the day for a couple reminders: Saline, solutions, eye drops, lid cleansing products, etc. EXPIRE Check expiration dates of everything in your bathroom/drawer/purse/glovebox and chuck anything that's expired!  Don't stretch out SINGLE-USE products Learn more about contamination risks for PF eyedrops from the Dry Eye Foundation. Scleralfil, Nutrifill, Lacripure, etc. must be discarded after one use.  Once opened, know how long your product is good for Ask your doctor...

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Rebecca Petris
Natural Ophthalmics

Natural Ophthalmics

We recently added Natural Ophthalmics brand homeopathic eye drops for dry eye, allergy, and Ortho-K.

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Aidan Moore
Our Skeleton Crew (It's not what you think... )

Our Skeleton Crew (It's not what you think... )

Staff update! Lana requested an impromptu costume party Thursday, her last day of working in the office before starting to work from home full time in November. Her December due date is fast approaching, and we’re happy she’ll be more comfortable at home and able to join staff meetings virtually with her dogs (one of whom, we’ve been told, likes to cuddle under her sweater). We couldn’t be happier with the excellent level of customer service she provides. We hope you’ll send her your best wishes for working from home and with her first child.  When asked, Lana said OCuSOFT...

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Lalana Ransom

NEW USPS Service Standard Changes!

As of October 1, 2021, the United States Postal Service will implement new service standards for First-Class Mail® and Periodicals. These new service standards will increase delivery reliability, consistency, and efficiency for our customers and across their network. Mostly, First-Class Mail® and Periodicals will be unaffected by this new standard. However, the Postal Service will increase time-in-transit standards by 1 or 2 days for certain mail that is traveling a longer distance. What that means for us: Seemingly, things should be relatively unaffected, unless the package has far to go. FCM should still arrive within 3-5 days, but plan for longer transit times for destinations...

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