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Frequently Asked Question
Thankfully for those needing vision correction, prescription colored contacts exist.
These lenses are made for myopia (nearsightedness) .
Lenspoem’s lenses with prescription strengths from 0.0 to -8.00, so you are all set whether you have natural vision or need correction in order to work productively and drive safely.
Here is our collection for Prescription.
Proper care and cleaning of your colored contacts, as well as good handwashing techniques are a great way to combat this.
It's a better choice to wear our Daily Contact Lenses, as they are only inserted and removed once and do not require cleaning.
You can read our detailed guide here.
Here are a few do's and don’ts when it comes to colored contact lens safety.
✅ DO wash and dry your hands whenever you handle your lenses or attempt insertion/removal.
✅ DO soak your lenses for at least two hours in solution prior to inserting them into your eye.
✅ DO wash your lenses in solution if they touch anything besides your eyes.
✅ DO keep your lenses case clean and regularly change the eye care solution.
✅ DO remove the contacts before you go to sleep, bathe, shower or participate in water sports.
✅ DO remove the lenses if you feel any unexpected irritation, soreness or notice redness or excessive eye watering.
✅ DO seek medical advice if you notice any of the conditions mentioned above.
❌ DO NOT use lenses after the recommended duration (E.g. 1 day, 90 days, 1 year). Refrigerating/freezing them does NOT increase their life span.
❌ DO NOT use tap water, saliva or household products to clean the lenses, only the eye care solution.
❌ DO NOT let the contacts come into contact with any cosmetic products i.e. makeup, deodorants, hair sprays.
❌ DO NOT attempt to insert lenses that seem damaged, broken or torn or in any way compromised.
❌ DO NOT insert more than one pair of lenses into your eye at one time.
❌ DO NOT share lenses with another person.
Any uncertainties or concerns when using contact lenses should be discussed with an eye care specialist or optician. Ensure you know all the tips and tricks before you get started with a pair of colored contact lenses.