You may know about colored contact lenses, but do you know its craftsmanship, materials, etc.? If we want to choose color contact lenses, we must first know what color contact lenses are. You can first learn about color in this website: (www.sixmoon.com/blogs/about-contact-lenses/colored-contact-lenses-detail) contact lenses
Color contact lenses are not only limited to the function of correcting vision like traditional ordinary contact lenses, but also can be used in various makeup festivals, role-playing, dating, travel and other activities. Trendy cosmetics for fashion people to dress up and show their personality.
When worn, the lenses overlay another color on the iris. The part of the lens covering the pupil is colorless. You can't see the contact lens unless the colored area moves past the pupil. You can find colored contact lenses in a variety of creative designs, shades, and opaque lenses. Opaque colored contact lenses completely mask natural eye color. The center of these lenses is clear and colorless, so the pupil can be seen. The part of the lens that covers the iris is darker in color. Color-enhancing contact lenses can be used to change your natural eye color. By coloring it differently or looking darker. Tinted contact lenses can also meet your prescription needs, whether you need glasses for nearsightedness, suffer from astigmatism, or just need disposable lenses.
Also: Tinted contact lenses require the same care as other contact lenses. You will need to clean and disinfect as recommended by your ophthalmologist. You can also follow the care tutorial on the website (www.sixmoon.com/blogs/contact-lenses-nursing-tips) for tinted contact lens maintenance.
Advantages of colored contact lenses
①Keep the wearer's natural face
②No pressure on the bridge of the nose and ears
③Suitable for those with anisometropia (diopter difference between the two eyes > 2.00D)
④Suitable for some special occupations (such as soldiers, actors, athletes, etc.)
⑤ Better correction of irregular astigmatism (such as keratoconus)
⑥Protect the cornea (such as exposure keratitis)
⑦Cosmetic effect (colored contact lenses cover up corneal leukoplakia)
⑧ Long-term use can maintain the physiological health of the cornea, with high safety.
⑨High oxygen permeability, not easy to cause hypoxia and dry eye, and will not cause changes in the number of corneal endothelial cells.
⑩ Effectively control the growth of juvenile myopia.