If you have ordered circle lenses from me, please read on:
* It is your sole responsibility to check with an optometrist to make sure you can wear contacts and you have the right prescription. If you have never worn contacts before or do not have a prescription, please do not wear these lenses.
* If you are not used to wearing contact lens, start out slowly with 2 hours a day then gradually increase the length of time.
* Never ever share your contact lens with anyone.
* Always remember to wash your hand with soap before you handle your contacts.
* Due to the lower permeability of color contacts and circle lens, do not wear them for extended periods of time (do not exceed 8 to 10 hours a day). If your eyes ever get irritated/red/dry, stop wearing the lenses immediately. If the redness/irritation persists, consult an eye doctor right away.
* Keep your contacts as clean as possible. Never wash them or the case with tap water and remember to follow the instructions completely. I highly recommend Ciba Vision’s Clear Care solution. This stuff really cleans and never dries out your eyes!
Since circle lenses are primarily available in Asia, I can get a hook up for those are you who are interested in trying them. A prescription from your optometrist will not be required (anyone can get contact lenses in Asia without a prescription) but you will be solely responsible if you do decide to place an order. If you have never worn contacts before, I highly suggest you check with your optometrist and do some research on contact lens usage to decide if this is for you. Regular contact lens users can simply send me their prescription. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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