EOS Isha Gray
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EOS Isha Gray contact lenses are a stunning option for those looking for a natural yet striking enhancement to their eyes. These gray colored contacts offer a unique blend of natural-looking color and a soft limbal rim that blends seamlessly with your eyes. They're a perfect fit for anyone who wants to elevate their look without sacrificing comfort or style.
The first thing you'll notice about EOS Isha Gray contacts is how realistic they look. The gray color is subtle and understated, but still adds a noticeable change to your appearance. These lenses are designed to mimic the natural color of your eyes, making them a great option for those who want a subtle enhancement.
One of the standout features of these lenses is their soft limbal rim. This is the outer edge of the lens that sits on the white part of your eye, and it's designed to look as natural as possible. The limbal rim on EOS Isha Gray contacts is soft and subtle, creating a seamless transition between the lens and your eye. This makes them look even more natural, as if they're your real eyes.
Another great thing about EOS Isha Gray contacts is that they show up on dark eyes. If you have brown or black eyes, you might have had trouble finding colored contacts that actually show up on your eyes. But with these lenses, you don't have to worry about that. The gray color is opaque enough to cover dark eyes, but still looks natural.
One of the best things about these lenses is how comfortable they are to wear. EOS Isha Gray contacts are made with high-quality materials that allow your eyes to breathe. This means you can wear them for extended periods of time without experiencing discomfort or dryness.
In terms of design, these lenses are perfect for those who want a natural look. The gray color is not too bright or bold, but still adds a noticeable change to your appearance. The soft limbal rim is also a great touch, as it adds depth and dimension to your eyes without looking too artificial.
If you're worried about these lenses looking fake or over-the-top, don't be. They're designed to look as natural as possible, so you don't have to worry about anyone noticing that you're wearing contacts. Instead, they'll just notice how beautiful your eyes look.
Overall, EOS Isha Gray contacts are a great option for anyone who wants a natural-looking enhancement to their eyes. They're comfortable to wear, show up on dark eyes, and offer a subtle yet noticeable change to your appearance. If you're looking for a high-quality pair of gray colored contacts, these lenses are definitely worth considering.
EOS Isha Gray Color Contacts
Base Curve: 8.6mm
Water Content: 38%
Replacement Period: Yearly Disposable
What inside: 1 pair of colored lenses and 1 cute animal lens case
- Wash your hand thoroughly before wearing circle lens
- Rinse and dry your hand using a lint - free towel
- Put the circle lens on your palm
- You have to make sure that the lens is not flipped inside out - The lens is inside out if the edges flare up slightly
- Next, place it on your forefinger
- By using another hand, pull the edge of your upper and lower eyelid (to reduce blinking)
- Look up and place the circle lens on your sclera (white of the eye)
- Look downward to reposition the lens
- Remove your hand from pulling the edge of your upper and lower eyelid
- Close your eyes for a moment
- After inserting the lens back in your eyes, you have to rinse the case
- If your eyes get itchy, blur or become red, quickly see your optometrist
- If circle lens slides under your eyelid or displaced, look in the opposite direction and nudge it with your finger on your lid towards the pupil of your eye
How to Remove Circle Lenses?
- Wash your hand thoroughly before removing circle lens, it is better if you use fragrance-free soap
- Your circle lens is supposed to be in the centered before removing it.
- Pull the edge of your upper and lower eyelid (to reduce blinking)
- Squeeze your circle lens gently
- Remove the circle lens
How to store Contact Lens?
- Put 3 or 4 drop of multiple purpose solution into lens case
- Put the circle lens on the palm of your hand
- Drop 2 or 3 of the solution on the lens, it is recommended to rub soft lenses in solution for 20 seconds, this will help removing germs but don't overdo because you might torn the lens.
- Place your circle lens into lens case
- Later, after you wear the lens, throw away the solution in the case and replace it with fresh solution before your store your lens again
- Soak the lens in multi-purpose solutions will disinfect the contact lens
- Store contact lens case at room temperature
- Ensure that the caps of lens case is close tightly when not in use
- Circle lens and lens' case need frequent cleaning to avoid contamination
- Clean every day, even for extended-wear lenses. Remove protein every two weeks.
- When you feel dry or discomfort while wearing circle lenses, use saline solutions or lubricating eye drops.
Things you can't do:
- Don't put damaged circle lens in your eyes because this will damage your cornea
- Don't apply makeup before inserting your circle lens
- Don't use saline to disinfect and soak your lens
- Don't allow soaps, cosmetics, etc. to reach with your circle lens
- Don't mix lens with saliva
- Don't mix different brand of solution
- Don't share your lens with other people
- Don't repeatedly take your lens in and out throughout the day
- Don't rinse or store circle lens in water (tap or sterile water)
Q: Can i soak the lens in saline?
No. Saline is not meant to disinfect circle lens. Saline is just for rinsing. You should soak your circle lens in multi-purpose disinfect solutions eg. Clear Conscience, Alcon Opti-Free, Clean Clear, Bausch & Lomb, ReNu, Complete, etc. But remember NOT to mix different brand of multi-purpose solutions.
Q: Why my visions become blur when i wear circle lens?First time wearer might experience blur in vision due to reduced amount of light that enter your eyes. However, you will slowly adapt to the changes after several times of wearing.
Reaction of first time circle lens use include; tearing, redness and sensitivity to light, itchiness, increased blinking and movement of the lens. As your eyes adapt to wearing lenses, these symptoms will gradually diminish.