A new study has found that both hard and soft contact lenses can contribute to prematurely droopy eyelids. The study, conducted on 96 sets of identical twins, found more ptosis (sagging) in the eyelids of those who wore contact lenses compared to those who did not. This was true even after factors including BMI, sun exposure, stress levels, sleep habits, smoking, and alcohol consumption were taken into account.
Contact lenses will contribute to eyelid dropping, but this is not necessarily a strong enough reason to stop wearing them. However, if potential aesthetic issues add to a growing...Read More