• English
  • United States(USD $)


Shopping Cart

Wear & Care


Nervous? Don't be. Putting on and removing colored contact lenses is simpler than you might think. It may take a few days for your eyes to adjust to the sensation of using colored contacts. If you're having trouble, don't force it; instead, give yourself plenty of time to adjust. There's no need to rush; you can always try again tomorrow.

1. How to Insert Color Contact Lens

  • Wash Your Hands

Before handling colored contacts, wash your hands with plain soap without moisturizer or perfumes, rinse well, and then dry with a lint-free towel.

  • Check that the lens isn't inside out

Simply place the lens on the tip of your finger and hold it up to the light. It's inside out if the edges flare out.

How to tell if a contact lens is inside out

  • Place Your Colored Contacts

Gently hold your upper eyelid with one finger to avoid blinking or getting your eyelashes in the way, and carefully pull down your lower eyelid with your other fingers. Focus on a steady point with your other eye.

Gently place the lens on your central cornea, not the side. After your contact lens is fully in place, move your fingers away from your eyes slowly and gently blink. This will help prevent the lens from moving away from the cornea. (the transparent surface that covers your pupil and iris).

2. How to Remove Color Contact Lens

Clean your hands well with plain soap. Look straight ahead into a mirror. Confirm that the lens is resting squarely on the cornea. Look up and gently slide the lens down.

Gently squeeze it between your thumb and index finger to remove the lens.

Your colored contacts must be cleaned and disinfected daily after wearing them.  Place one lens in the palm of your hand and apply a few drops of fresh multipurpose solution or daily cleanser on it. Then, rub the lens back and forth with your index finger for 15 seconds.  Rinse the lens with a multipurpose or saline solution after rubbing. Replace your contact lens case every three months.

3. General Tips

  • Stay focused and relaxed.
  • Always handle lenses with clean hands and use a solution to keep the lens clean.
  • Keep eye drops and cleaning solutions on hand.
  • Follow your optician's instructions.
  • Always pay attention to your eyes' condition and consult an optician if it changes.
  • Never sleep with your contacts in.

4. Which Prescription do I need?

The table below demonstrates how to convert your glasses prescription to a contact lens prescription.

Prescriptions below -4.00 do not require conversion. Use the same prescription as your glasses.

Refraction degree (frame glasses degree) -1.00 refers to 100 degrees of myopia.

 -4.00 TO -6.50 Degree -7.00 TO -10.00 Degree
Frame Glass Degree Contact Lenses Degree Frame Glass Degree Contact Lenses Degree
-4.00  -3.75  -7.00  -6.50 
-4.25 -4.00  -7.50  -6.75 
-4.50  -4.25  -8.00  -7.25 
-4.75 -4.50  -8.50  -7.75 
-5.00  -4.75  -9.00  -8.00 
-5.25 -5.00  -9.50  -8.50 
-5.50  -5.00  -10.00  -8.75 
-5.75 -5.25    
-6.00  -5.50     
-6.50  -6.00