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Costume Contact Lenses GHOST by Primal

$34.05 $29.90
(You save $4.15)

Costume Contact Lenses GHOST by Primal

$34.05 $29.90
(You save $4.15)
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Product Description

Take your costume to the next level with Primal Contact Lenses.

Primal Contact Lenses are available in a wide range of fun looks - enhance any costume or dress up event

What's Included:

  • 2 lenses plus a storage box
  • non-prescription
  • 5 year shelf life
  • use within 3 months of opening

Health and Safety

  • Do not share contact lenses. For personal use only!
  • Do not sleep wearing contact lenses
  • Use for a maximum 8 hours per day
  • Keep water away from your contact lenses
  • Do not wear damaged and/or unclean contact lenses
  • Rub and rinse your contact lenses with contact lens disinfecting solution (available from your chemist)
  • Use only fresh contact lens disinfecting solution in your case. Never water or saliva.
  • Do not use contact lenses if you're using eye medication

FAQ.

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 and take off my contact lenses?

  1. To put on your lenses you first want to make sure your hands have been washed and dried.
  2. Place one lens on the tip of your index finger making sure the lens is positioned correctly.
  3. Using your other hand gently hold your upper and lower eye lid from blinking.
  4. Looking up at the ceiling gently place the lens on the lower part of your eye.
  5. Slowly release your eyelid and close your eye to allow the lens to position its self.

 

  1. To take your lens off you first want to make sure your hands have been washed and dried.
  2. Looking up at the ceiling gently pull down on your lower eyelid.

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