Tinted Contact Lenses
Little do you know about contact lenses? Just read the information below and you will get what you want.
What is Colored Contact?
Tinted contact lenses, sometimes called contact lenses, are worn on the cornea of the eye to protect the eyes and correct vision. Depending on the rigidity of the material, we classify contact lens solutions into three main types, including rigid, semi-rigid, and soft. For those with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, having colored contact lenses can be of great help. Not only can make them more beautiful in appearance, but also bring great convenience to going out or traveling.
To some extent, contact lenses will play an important role in the management and treatment of eye diseases. However, when you want to wear contact lenses, it is best to go to a hospital or professional institution for a detailed examination to help you choose the right colored contact lenses.Here, we also remind you about the maintenance of contact lenses, which can not only protect your eyes, but also prolong the use time of contact lenses. You can refer to the maintenance of contact lenses (www.sixmoon.com/blogs/contact-lenses-nursing-tips) method
Technological Development of Colored Contact Lenses
The three main contact lens technologies you will know.
The first is dry printing technology. In this technique, contact lenses are usually colored on the outside or inside of the lens. This method is very simple and the cost is very low, but it will bring a bad experience, such as easy color fading, so it disappeared in 2010.
The second is the popular sandwich making method, where contact lenses are printed between the two lenses, which perfectly avoids the problem of color fading. Since the pigment is in these two lenses, the production method is complicated. Many contact lenses on the market use this method.
The third method is different from the first two methods, and a layer of lens in the middle of the lens is colored. Using this method can also solve the problem of color fading, and this method is simple to make, and wearing contact lenses can also give people a comfortable feeling.
Contact Lens Materials
Like the production process, there are also three types of colored contact lens materials, including ordinary conventional materials, silicone hydrogel materials and non-ionic materials. But considering the wearing feeling, lens fit, lens moisture and softness, we mainly choose silicone hydrogel materials. We have added revolutionary high oxygen permeability silicon to the silicone hydrogel. Silicon molecules can create pores between the materials to allow oxygen to pass through. high oxygen flow.
Color Contact Lens Illustration
When you are choosing a contact lens solution, there are several key figures you can consider. They are radial, punctual, vaporous, circular, irregular, etc. Just like the name used, choose a different contact lens and you'll see various graphics on it. Whichever you choose, there is no effect on the contact lens prescription.
1, 2, 3, 4 shade contact lenses
For different lens color combinations, we have divided these colored contact lenses into one-tone, two-tone, three-tone and four-tone.
Monochromatic means that the contact lens has only one color. Usually, black and brown types are very famous.
Two-tone lenses mainly add a black or dark outer ring, which mainly provides a magnification effect and makes your eyes look more sparkly.
Three-tone contact lenses add another color than two-tone contact lenses. You can also choose from several types.
Four-color contact lenses are the addition of another color to the tri-color, and in addition to the tri-color hold, a gray or black outer ring is added to provide magnification.
For some newcomers to contact lenses, wearing tinted contact lenses can sometimes be uncomfortable, and one of the reasons may be that your cornea is starved of oxygen. Under normal circumstances, our cornea needs to breathe. When the OTR of contact lenses is not up to standard, your eyes may feel uncomfortable. Therefore, when you are choosing new contact lenses, you need to carefully consider the OTR.
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