Moonlight Azure Contact Lenses
Moonlight Azure Contact Lenses
MOONLIGHT AZURE circle lenses feature a deeply textured mix of intense blue and purple shades throughout the iris, extending to a subtle outer ring.
On light natural eyes, these colored contact lenses have a soft and very saturated effect.
The dark accents are really highlighted when the MOONLIGHT AZURE lenses are worn on dark natural eyes, giving the indigo irises surprising depth.
Iris Effect: Semi-Opaque
Sizing/Fitting: Diameter 14.0 mm / Base Curve 8.6 mm
MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE TO PURCHASE CONTACTS OR HAVE PARENTAL CONSENT
PRIMAL Coloured Contact Lenses is a Canadian based company specializing in the manufacturing and distribution of costume and cosmetic colored contacts. We apply our expertise in research, design and technology to produce a colored lens that is exceptional in both quality and comfort. Our research and development team carefully selects each pigment according to various criteria such as the level of opacity and the ability of the lens to mimic the eyes natural colors. PRIMAL® Coloured Contact Lenses are manufactured in standardized facilities according to internationally accepted standards and are distributed worldwide.
Who can wear Primal contact lenses?
Most people can easily wear non-prescription contact lenses. The most important things to take into consideration before wearing contact lenses are responsibility and attitude towards safe usage. Seeing an eye care professional will help determine if non-prescription contact lenses are right for you.
How do I put on my contact lenses?
- To put on your lenses you first want to make sure your hands have been washed and dried.
- Place one lens on the tip of your index finger making sure the lens is positioned correctly.
- Using your other hand gently hold your upper and lower eye lid from blinking.
- Looking up at the ceiling gently place the lens on the lower part of your eye.
- Slowly release your eyelid and close your eye to allow the lens to position its self.
How do I take off my contact lenses?
- To take your lens off you first want to make sure your hands have been washed and dried.
- Looking up at the ceiling gently pull down on your lower eyelid.
- Using your index finger gently slide the lens to the lower part of your eye.
- Using your index finger and thumb gently squeeze the lens to remove it.
How do I care for my contact lenses?
For cleaning and disinfecting only use a chemical lens care system (never use heat or thermal). Ask your eye care professional which eye care products are best for you.
How long can I wear my contact lenses for?
Primal contact lenses should not be worn for longer than 8 hours a day. Any longer and you increase the risk of infection or damaging your eyes.
How long do my contact lenses last for?
Primal contact lenses have a shelf life of up to 5 years unopened. Once opened, the recommended usage time is for no longer than 3 months.
How do I store my contact lenses?
It is recommended to use a clean and proper contact lens storage device when not using your contact lenses. Ask your eye care professional which container and care solution is right for you.
Can I sleep with my contact lenses in?
No. It is highly recommended to remove your lenses for a period of rest overnight or longer.
Can I swim or shower with my contact lenses in?
It is highly recommended to remove your lenses when showering or swimming. Keeping your lenses in exposes the threat of infection from microorganisms. Ask your eye care professional about using contact lenses during water activities or water sports.
Can I share my contact lenses with friends?
No. Do not share your contact lenses with your friend. Contact lenses are a medical device that is meant for one user only.
A detailed care and instruction sheet is included with each pair of Primal contact lenses.
CAUTION: Any contact lenses that are not prescribed by an eye care professional have a risk of serious damage to your eyes. Contact lens wear can cause infection, redness, corneal ulcer and other problems if not used properly. Certain ocular problems such as infection if left untreated can lead to corneal scarring which can lead to vision impairment. Other risks include conjunctivitis corneal edema allergic reaction abrasion and reduction in visual activity, contrast sensitivity, and other functions, resulting in interference with driving and other activities.