Lens BC: 8.6mm
Water Content: 42%
Prescription Power: 0.00
Replacement Cycle: 12 Month
Item Type: Colored Contact Lenses
Packing Specification: 1 Pair of Lenses
Different correction for each eye: If you require a different correction for each eye, you will need to orders 2 boxes: one with your left eye correction and the second with your right eye correction. Unfortunately, we cannot open the original packagings and mix your prescriptions. Lenses on different eye color will show different effects. Pictures for referenceonly. prescriptions.Wear duration of our contact lenses is one year.
If you have dry eyes, it's important to choose halloween contact lenses that are designed for this condition. Some contact lenses have special coatings that help retain moisture and prevent dryness.
If you have a high prescription, you may need specialized contact lenses called high-index lenses. These lenses are thinner and lighter than traditional lenses and can provide improved comfort and visual acuity.
If you have a history of eye infections or other eye conditions, be sure to consult with your eye doctor before wearing contact lenses. They can recommend the best options for your specific needs and help minimize the risk of complications.
If you notice any changes in your vision or experience persistent discomfort while wearing contact lenses, remove them immediately and contact your eye doctor. These could be signs of a serious issue that requires prompt medical attention.
Finally, make sure to follow any additional instructions provided by your eye doctor or the manufacturer of your contact lenses. They may have specific recommendations for care and handling that are tailored to your individual needs.
When applying your natural brown contact lenses, make sure you have good lighting and a clean environment to prevent contamination. Avoid using your phone's flashlight or dim lighting as this can make it harder to see what you are doing.
If you have trouble remembering when to replace your contact lenses, consider setting a reminder in your phone or using a calendar to keep track of when it's time for a new pair.