Thanks to celebrity selfies, changing your eye colour has never been more popular. You can match your eyes to your outfit, your mood, or any occasion with coloured contacts from Clearly.
Because coloured eye contacts are slightly thicker than regular contacts, they have a greater chance of causing eye infections. That's why it's important to get them from a source offering only authentic prescription coloured contacts, rather than a retailer offering cheap, non-prescription coloured contacts. All the colour contacts sold by Clearly are from premium brands, and all require a doctor's prescription, so you can play with your eye colour confident that your lenses are safe.
How to put in coloured contact lenses?
Putting in coloured contact lenses is the same procedure as a pair of regular contact lenses. Ensuring you wash your hands thoroughly before inserting your contacts and practicing a safe wearing schedule and cleaning regimen is important.
Can you buy coloured prescription contact lenses?
Coloured contact lenses are available with many optical powers so if you need vision correction and want coloured contacts, you may very well be able to get the best vision possible with coloured lenses. All contact lenses are considered medical devices so you should always have a prescription from your eye doctor or contact lens fitter for your contact lenses. A contact lens is a medical device that covers your cornea and can impede oxygen flow so you should always ensure an eye care professional verifies the fit of your lenses whether you need correction or not.
Are coloured contact lenses safe?
Colour contact lenses are safe when verified by an eye care professional. Your cornea requires oxygen so coloured lenses need to fit properly to ensure oxygen transmission. Your vision also could be affected by the coloured portion of the lens if you have large pupils. Having your coloured lenses fitted and verified is the safest way to wear colour contact lenses.
Is it safe to wear coloured contact lenses?
It is safe to wear coloured contact lenses when they’re fitted and verified by your eye care professional. Following their directions in regards to wearing time, scheduled replacement and cleaning procedures (if any) is the best way to ensure your eyes stay safe.
Whatever prescription coloured contact lenses you choose, Clearly's got your colours covered.
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