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Non-prescription Colored Contacts

By Edited Jun 11, 2014 0 0

Even people with 20/20 vision enjoy having the opportunity to sometimes change their eye color. This is why manufacturers are now offering purely cosmetic colored contacts. When you require vision correcting lenses, a prescription is required to get the contacts, and some people will opt for colored contacts. However, when your vision is already ideal, there is no need to see a doctor or get a prescription. To obtain a prescription if you should need one, you'll have to visit your eye doctor. If you aren't sure of your vision and whether you need corrective lenses, then you will want to visit a doctor for an exam.

However, there are many people with perfect vision who would like to change the color of their eyes for fun, a party, or some other reason and for they benefit from this non prescription option. However, even if your eye sight seems perfect, it's always a good idea to meet with your eye doctor at least once a year or every other year. While you are at the doctors, you can also look over the contact lens options and materials. Regardless of your reason for wanting to wear contacts, it is important that you keep your eyes safe.

The only difference between non prescription and prescription contact lens is that one will change your eye color and correct your vision, while the other one will only change your eye color. Take care that you do not receive vision correcting lenses unless you need them, or you will wind up with blurry vision and, quite possibly, a headache as well. Or if you purchase non-prescription colored contacts when you did need vision correction, then it will be just as if you were not wearing any eye glasses or contact lenses.

Once you make the decision to purchase non prescription colored contacts, you are probably wondering where to find them. Both kinds of contacts are widely available online. It is important that you be sure that the kind you require are actually in stock. If you have any concerns or questions, contact the store and talk to the staff so that you can be sure you get exactly what you are looking for. You can also visit your local eyeglass or vision center and they will be able to help you determine what you need.



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