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UV glow contact lenses are a great way to add a touch of sexiness to any outfit or Halloween costume! These rx UV glow contacts are available in a variety of colors, designs and styles that are sure to please.
You can also use UV glow contacts to enhance your appearance at a party or a nightclub. They’re printed with a special dye that reacts to low-level radiation emitted by blacklights. This reaction causes the dye to omit a vibrant glow, making your eyes look like they’re glowing under the lights!
These lenses are perfect for ravers who like to hit the club or festival scene and are looking for a new way to stand out from the crowd. The glow is very subtle and won’t be seen with the naked eye, but paired with an outfit that is dark enough, it will give you a unique look!
They’re also fun for people who want to change their look, but don’t have the time or money to wear fake makeup. These rx UV glow contacts are easy to apply and will make your eyes stand out from the crowd.
Some decorative contacts are made from computer-generated opaque materials that can mimic an individual’s natural eye color, while others are hand-painted and can closely match an individuals’ iris color. These types of decorative lenses can be purchased in single or blended colors, and they are available in a range of prices.
Using colored contacts without a prescription can hurt your eyes. The dye and printing on these types of lenses can cause damage to the cornea, the outermost layer of the eye. This can result in corneal abrasions or scarring that can lead to vision loss and other problems.
In order to prevent these problems, you should always follow the instructions on your lens packaging and take good care of them. You should also avoid touching them with your fingers or spit. These practices can cause bacteria to get trapped underneath the lens and may cause eye infections or other problems.
They should be cleaned, disinfected and stored according to your eye doctor’s recommendations. You should not use tap water, spit or homemade saline solution to clean your contacts. You should also never place them in the refrigerator or freezer, as these can cause the contacts to dry out and become brittle.
Your eye health is important to your overall well-being and you should protect it by wearing protective sunglasses, hats or caps when you’re outside. You should also try to avoid exposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays as much as possible.
Most people don’t realize that the majority of contact lenses sold in stores require a prescription. This is a Federal Law to protect your eye health and safety. You must also provide your eye care professional with the information on our contact lens verification form before ordering any lenses from us to ensure you’re legally allowed to wear them.