Cosmetic Contact Lens

Angelic Contact Lenses

 
Angelic custom lenses are daily wear lenses. These lenses are not recommended for extended wear or for wear while sleeping. They are only for occasional wear. This custom contact lens is hand painted. The FDA considers the angelic contact lenses as a cosmetic contact lense, because they do not fit into the same category as prescription contact lenses. Prescription contacts are considered to be a medical device since they provide medical benefits, whereas, angelic contact lenses serve no medical benefits, only cosmetic benefit. Just like any other cosmetic product, they are treated as cosmetic contact lenses.

Special effect contact lenses are as safe as any other contact lens, as long as you follow the rules. Don't sleep or swim while they are on. And clean them regularly. For contact lens cleaning, you should use a proper contact lens cleaner. Do not share your lenses with any of your friends and family. This will help you get rid of eye infection and damage. Wash and rinse your hands thoroughly with antibacterial soap and clean water before touching your eyes, especially before insertion or contact lens removal.

Angelic contact lenses are painted with special pigments to disguise the color of your own eyes. Some styles can be translucent while others are opaque. Because of the dyes, the lenses tend to be thicker than normal, unpainted ones. Unless otherwise noted, each style has a small area in the center with no pigment so that you can see. The area doesn't change size in response to light like your own pupils do so the lenses can affect your vision with what is described as a "haze" depending on the lighting situation. A few designs have a very tiny pupil which increases the haze factor so, be extra cautious of your surroundings if you choose to wear one of these styles.

They will last for one to two years if properly cared for. Be careful to avoid pinching the lenses when removing them from your eyes. Causing them to fold weakens the material and leads to tearing. Rinse with solution before inserting them in your eyes. Keep lenses in solution when not wearing them so they do not dry out. Always use a contact lens case. Change solution in storage case every month while storing lenses. After one year of wearing, handling, and cleaning, the lens material may begin to wear out and become more susceptible to tearing. They may also begin to cause discomfort which was not felt previously.