Green coloured contacts, as well as all coloured contacts including crazy contact lenses, can be easily bought since they are prescription free. This means that you do not present a medical prescription to buy them. Since coloured contact lenses can be purchased over the counter, you will find many sellers, both online and in-site stores offering them, and at dissimilar prices. Even though there are many places where to buy coloured contact lenses online, or at in-site stores, you have to be very cautious. Considering that your lenses will be placed right on your eyes, and the cornea is very delicate you have to ensure yourself you buy them only from reliable vendors. As it happens with any product, there are irresponsible business people that simply want to make money out the consumer’s needs and preferences but are not responsible for the consequences that their product could carry to the consumer.
We are talking about your eyes and your vision! Therefore, it is necessary to buy your lenses not only considering their price, but also their quality and condition.
The only way you can rest assured that you are buying quality products is by buying them from specialized sellers. Professional sellers will not risk their reputation by selling a non-properly manufactured and tested product that might damage you. Besides, they will be willing to help you chose what fits your eyes better, and advice you on how to properly wear your contacts and take care of them. Proper use and maintenance of the lenses helps to protect your eyes and vision and to let you maintain the lenses in the adequate conditions.
You want to change your eye colour, add intensity to your look or enjoy playing with fantasy lenses? You can do it easily and safely if you buy them at specialized professional sellers!
There are a lot of established businesses and stores that sell coloured or cosmetic contacts, however, not all of them are specialized in this precise delicate product. No matter how long they have been in the market, never buy your lenses from stores such as beauty salons, boutiques, Halloween stores, convenience stores or street vendors and beach shops. Remember that selling contact lenses is not their area of expertise, so there is no way they can grant the quality of the product they are selling. Even when they are prescription-free, contacts should not be sold as another fashion accessory. Even when used for cosmetic purposes, they are still medical devices that are in direct contact with your delicate eye.
A low-quality product or a product that is not in the proper conditions could damage the surface of your cornea, get you an eye infection and damage your vision. Do not bet with your eyes’ health just to save you a couple of dollars buying lenses at the general store!