Forever Purple Colored Contacts {nonprescription contacts}

Concerning of your safety, all of our contacts carry CE mark and are FDA approved, conforming to international qualitative medical standards.

This color-embedding process divides contact lenses into 3 layers, which effectively prevent pigment layer contact your cornea directly, to make sure your health and safety.

 

Materials of high quality effectively avoid protein precipitation, making lenses soft and comfortable to wear.

Advanced soft lenses allow a significant amount of oxygen to pass through the lens to the cornea, which helps to maintain a high level of moisture of the

The high standard allows our lenses a durability of up to 12 months with the comfort comparable to daily disposable contact lenses.

 Before the first time wearing, please soak the lenses in multi-purpose contact lens solution for at least 6 hours.

2. Please take off your lenses before sleeping.

3. Please do not attend any water sports when wearing lenses.

4. Always wash your hands before wearing, removing or handling your contact lenses.

5. Rinse and scrub your lens every 2-3 days to prevent protein precipitation which is not good for eyes.

6. Insert lenses before putting on make-up around eyes, and take off lenses before removing make-up.

7. Contact lenses are not one size fits all, please check with your Eye Care specialist to make sure whether the parameters are suitable for your eyes before purchasing.

Example contact lens prescription
Date of exam: 2020/12/31 (date of your check-up)
Expiry date: 2021/12/31 (expiry date for your prescription, usually a year)
  Base Curve (BC) Diameter (DIA) Power / Sphere (SPH) Cylinder (CYL) Axis (AX)
OD (Left Eye) 8.5 14 -1.5 -1.25 10
OS (Right Eye) 8.5 14 -1.25 -1.25 10
NOTE
BC Determines to meet the curve of your eye; written in numbers or words: flat, median or steep.
DIA Indicates your contacts’ width to make sure they’ll cover your cornea properly.
SPH Uses "+" for farsightedness (hyperopia)(Which we don't support for now) and "-" for nearsightedness (myopia)(Which we support).
CYL & AX The two parameters are required to correct Astigmatism (which we don’t support for now).