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WHAT DOES "8.4 - 8.6 MM" MEAN FOR THE BASE CURVE? The standard base curve for all circle lenses is 8.6 mm. According to manufacturer specifications, the base curve measurement has a tolerance of +/- 0.2 mm. 



ARE THESE CONTACT LENSES SAFE? We purchase from the largest and most trusted manufacturers in Korea who export their products to many countries globally. These companies have been recognized as outstanding manufacturers from various organizations worldwide, including the KFDA (Korea Food and Drug Administration), MHLW (Japan Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare), ISO (International Standard Organisation), CE (Conformite Europeenne), KGMP (Korea Good Manufacturing Practice) and UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service). These contact lenses do not pose a health risk any more than regular conventional contact lenses do. If you follow proper contact lens care instructions (e.g. disinfecting, rinsing and storing them in solution, washing your hands with antibacterial soap before touching them, not wearing them for extended periods, not sleeping wearing them, etc.), you should have no health issues concerning the use of not just these lenses, but any kind of contact lenses. These lenses, just like regular contacts, come in hermetically sealed vials in buffered, sterile saline solution. Therefore, they are safe to wear, but your health, again, depends on how well you follow a hygiene regime! 


WHAT IF I HAVE RECEIVED A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT? Please e-mail us ASAP, explaining your situation. Provided that you supply adequate evidence of the defect, our professional customer service team will be more than happy to assist you in solving the problem to best meet your satisfaction. 


HOW LONG CAN I WEAR THESE LENSES? CAN I WEAR THEM EVERYDAY? We do not recommend wearing these lenses for more than 6 hours at an occasion, nor do we recommend wearing them everyday. Color contact lenses are meant for cosmetic enhancement only and not as a direct replacement for conventional clear lenses. 


DO I NEED TO HAVE AN EYE EXAM BEFORE ORDERING COSMETIC COLOR LENSES? If you are a first-timer, we highly recommend that you speak with your optometrist to see if you are a good candidate for contact lenses. Your eye care professional will be able to give you expert advice and guidance on the proper handling and usage of cosmetic lenses. You should visit your optometrist for an eye exam at least once every two years to be completely up-to-date on the health condition of your eyes. 


WHAT IF I DON'T NEED VISION CORRECTION? Please order 0.00 lenses. However, if you have never worn contact lenses before, we still recommend that you check with an optometrist beforehand to see if your eyes are suitable for lenses in the first place. 
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