About contact lenses

non prescription colored contactsA contact lens is a device worn in the eye to correct vision, although some people wear colored contact lenses to enhance or change their eye color. The slim plastic lens floats on a film of tears directly over the cornea. There are basically three types of colored contact lenses: soft, hard, and gas-permeable. Soft colored contact lenses are usually more comfortable to wear, but they also tear more easily than hard colored contact lenses. Hard colored contact lenses also tend to “pop” out more frequently. Gas-permeable colored contact lenses are a compromise between the hard and soft, allowing greater comfort than hard colored contact lenses but less chance of tearing than soft colored contact lenses.

Colored contact lenses are usually worn during the day and taken out every night for cleaning. Extended-wear colored contact lenses allow users to leave in their contacts for longer periods of time, even when they’re sleeping. More recently, one-a-day colored contact lenses are gaining popularity among lens wearers. These colored contact lenses are worn for only one day and thrown away, eliminating the hassle of cleaning them every night. Considerations we might notice, it still needs to know that colored contact lenses cannot override any eye color, and the result is always dependent on your natural eye color. For people who have very dark eyes, colored contacts lenses may not have the desired effect of color change they want. And also this non prescription colored contacts are said to be a short-time lenses only or considered disposable colored contact lenses.

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