Sclera Contact Lenses 7
If you’re in need of sclera contacts and blackout contact lenses then you’ve come to the right place to learn more. Our contact lenses are comfortable to wear and will ensure you’re creating the right and most dramatic effect with your eyes.
Sclera Contact Lenses
It can be challenging to find the right types of contact lenses for you and your eyes. However, we make the process as easy as possible by supplying sclera contact lenses that provide a positive wearing experience for you. They are larger in size than soft lenses and are firm and will hold their shape as they rest around and on the eye.
When you choose to purchase and wear sclera lenses you should expect only the best quality of lenses. Your eyes will not get irritated and we promise that you will have the best possible experience when wearing our sclera contact lenses. It’s up to you to wear them properly and keep them clean so you can avoid any potential issues.
Blackout Contact Lenses
Halloween is quickly approaching which means you may be looking for costume ideas. One thought is to purchase our blackout lenses which will enhance your appearance and look this season. Be glad to know that we offer a range of different styles to choose from.
Keep in mind the lenses will cover more of your eye and the white part to give you the dramatic look you’re trying to achieve. You can create a spooky appearance when you choose to wear blackout contacts. When used correctly and cared for they are considered safe to wear on your eyes.
Sclera Contact Lenses FAQs
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What are sclera contact lenses?
Sclera contact lenses, often referred to as blackout contact lenses, are specialty lenses that cover not only the iris but also the entire visible white part of the eye (sclera). They are called "blackout" lenses because they typically come in opaque, solid colours, which can completely change the appearance of the eye. Although sclera contacts usually cover the entire white part of the eye, we do also sell a range of mini-sclera lenses which just cover the whole iris.