1.What are you lenses made from? Are they safe to wear?
The lenses are made from polymacon/ HEMA and water where the percentage of water content is usually 38% or 42%. Yes, circle lenses are generally safe and are approved by Us FDA & CE ISO Certification. But precaution is always needed. Please read our WEARING INSTRUCTION guide for more information.
2.What is Silicone Hydrogel lenses?
Silicone hydrogel contact lenses are advanced soft lenses that allow more oxygen to pass through the lens to the cornea than regular soft ("hydrogel") contacts. They are healthier than regular soft lenses because they allow up to 6 times more oxygen to pass through them and increased oxygen transmission results in better overall eye health.
3.What is colored contacts ？What is the difference between it and clear contact lenses?
It’s a kind of soft contact lens, which generally refers to colored contact lenses or circle lenses. The main function is to enlarge your eyes, change your iris color, and make your eyes look more awake, beautiful, and appealing.
4.What is the difference between circle lenses water content?
The circle lenses comes in a different water content between 30%-50% water content. Some people able to use the lenses which have a low water content without having a trouble of dryness. In general, the higher the water content allows more oxygen to pass through the eyes for a better comfort wearing.
5.How long does it take to replace the Yearly(12 Months) disposable lens? a year?
Yearly(12 Months) disposable Lens refers to the life span of the lenses after it has been taken out from the sealed bottle.For your health consideration, we generally recommend that you replace it every 6 months.
6.What is daily disposable lenses?
Daily disposable lenses means the lenses have to be replaced after a day of use. the daily disposable period refers to the life span of the lenses after it has been taken out from the sealed bottle. You can keep the lenses unopened until the expiry date stated in the box label.
7.Are your lenses approved by FDA?
Yes! Our contact lenses are approved by USA FDA as these are made in USA.
8.What is base curve?
Base Curve is usually abbreviated as BC, which refers to the curvature of the contact lens. The larger the base curve, the flatter the contact lens, and the smaller the base curve, the more curved the contact lens is. The base curve of eyeball for most of the people is between 8.4-8.6, the remaining are in 8.2 and 8.9. If the base curve of the contact lens is too large, the lens will slip easily. If it is too small, the eyeballs will feel oppressive, so when buying a colored contacts, you should choose the contact lens that are in your base curve for optimal comfort.
9.What are prescription contact lenses? Can I choose any degree of contact lenses?
If you are short-sighted, you can consult your eye doctor to confirm the diopter counts before ordering. and purchase prescription contact lenses. If you have normal eyesight or you simply need a decoration, choose -0.00.
10.I have just received my lenses, but I noticed that the color is not the same as what I have been purchase before. What makes the lens color become darker or lighter than before?
We always restock our product when it happens to be out of stock. The new batch will not be the same as the previous one. This is due to a different batch of manufacturing. The design will remain the same but the color might be slightly different in a new batch.
11.What to do when lenses irritate eyes?
Please soak your lenses in care solution which is exclusive for contact lenses for 24 hours, then rinse and scrub your lenses gently. Check the two sides before wearing lenses to avoid uncomfortable experience, such as irritation, dry eyes，blurry vision, etc
Please contact us within 24 hours after you have received your lenses if you have any doubt about your lenses. Please don’t forget to enclose the lens picture so that we can check for you.
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