Let's dive into the creamy effects! Don't worry about whether this color is suitable for your pupil color. After combining with different pupil colors, LUMEYE Cream Blue Colored Contact Lenses will only become more special.
Water content: 38%
Base curve: 8.6mm
Period of use: 12 months
Packaging: 1 Pair (2 lenses)
6 Points of LUMEYE Cream Blue Colored Contact Lenses
1. Applicable to Both Dark and Light Eyes.
These lenses will be able to change the color of your eyes and enlarge them at the meantime. No matter what color your eyes are, they could make them shine like a diamond!
2. FDA, CE and ISO Approved Quality
To make sure your safety, our contacts are FDA approved and carry CE mark, conforming to international qualitative medical standards.
3. Advanced Sandwich Printing Method
With this advanced tech, the pigmented layer is embedded between the twos layer of lenses, preventing pigment from adhering to cornea, which guarantees a comfort wear to greatest degree.
4. Mild Water Content
38% is considered the most comfortable water content, keeping your eyes moisturized even after wearing for a long time, and never dry.
5. High Oxygen Permeability
Advanced soft lenses allow a large amount of oxygen to pass through, which helps to maintain high levels of moisture in the eyes.
6. Yearly Disposable
The high standards make our lenses have a durability of 12 months, and their comfort is comparable to that of daily disposable contact lenses.
We recommend a rub and rinse before soaking soft lenses for a minimum of 6 hours in their container.
Don’t wear contact lenses overnight.
Don’t wear your contact lenses in the shower or while swimming.
Don’t reuse contact lens solution.
Don’t use saline solution for contact lens cleaning or disinfection.
Replace your contact lens case every two to three months.
Take out your contacts if they are bothering you.
Never use saliva as a wetting agent.
HERE IS A TYPICAL CONTACT LENS PRESCRIPTION:
Eye - Which eyes the prescription line item is for.
OD - Right Eye
OS - Left Eye
OU - Both Eyes
SPH - Sphere (this can also be referred to as Power or PWR)
BC - Base Curve (usually a number between 8 and 10)
DIA - Diameter (usually a number between 13 and 15)
TORIC (ASTIGMATISM CORRECTING)
Some patients require lenses that are toric or astigmatism correcting. Prescriptions for these types of lenses will also contain two additional numbers that relate to the correction of the astigmatism. These two numbers are usually separated by an "X" and read as "times", they are indicated with the following symbols/abbreviations.
CYL - Cylinder (usually a number between -4.00 and +4.00)
AX - Axis (usually a number between 0 and 180)
ADDITIONAL CONTACT LENS PRESCRIPTION NOTES:
Your prescription will also contain an expiration date. This is typically one year from the date that the contact lenses were fitted.
BC values range from about 8.0 to 10.0. The doctor fits the lens with the curvature most appropriate for your eye. Most lenses come in several different BC values. If your prescription does not contain a BC value, this is likely because your brand of lens only comes in one base curve.