You can stop asking ‘are temporary coloured lenses not good for the eyes?’
Ever wondered if coloured lenses safe or are temporary coloured lenses not good for the eyes at all? All contact lenses come with some risk, especially if they are not looked after properly. You need to choose quality coloured contact lenses and take care of them.
If you follow the instructions of how to look after your lenses, you’ll also be taking care of your eyes.
Looking at the risk of contact lenses
It’s easy to read a whole batch of horror stories about contact lenses and especially about the ‘dangers of wearing coloured contact lenses’.
There’s always some story that has been uncovered, changed, exaggerated, or completely made up and that goes for aliens building the pyramids of Egypt (Sorry Mr Musk, your elongating your silliness)
The weird and wacky stories about contacts and especially coloured lenses is a whole world of its own.
From the classic;
- ‘The lens went into the back of his eye and into his brain’ to
- ‘He couldn’t open his eyes again’ or
- ‘The contact lens was stuck to the eye forever’ with somehow no explanation why or mention of possible surgery. The poor sucker had to just suck it up and get used to permanent lenses.
(Hopefully, it wasn’t just one eye because that would just add more sorrow to the sad story).
The funniest ones are about coloured lenses ‘fusing’ onto the eyeball and the wearer can only see the colours of their lenses (or they now have the vision of a vampire, snow beast and any other fancy dress/Halloween contacts they were wearing at the time).
The fact is there is little risk of having anything go wrong with wearing contact lenses (coloured or not).
It’s important to always follow the care instructions for your lenses and to keep them clean, safely stored and handle them correctly.
If you are ever in doubt about the lenses being damaged, it’s best to throw them out and replace them. Your eyes and eyesight are too precious to muck around with.
Be aware of the contact lens scare campaign out there
You wouldn’t believe it but there are many stories over the internet that are often there just to frighten people and get them to click for more on the story.
There’s a number of sites who ask stuff like ‘Can coloured contacts damage your eyes?’ and ‘Is it bad to wear coloured contact lenses?’ or ‘Are costume contact lenses safe?’ and then mention the serious damage and horror stories of wearing contacts.
Of course you can do damage to your eyes if you don’t wear any contact lens properly and don’t look after them, but there’s no need to worry about cutting or scratching the top layer of your eyeball. Just be careful with anything near your eyes.
If you do happen to have an allergic reaction to wearing lenses (prescription or decorative ones), don’t ignore those watery or itchy eyes. See a doctor and make sure you haven’t picked up an infection.
Should you get cheap coloured contacts?
It can be easy to get sucked in when there’s a bargain on offer. That goes for coloured contact lenses too!
The key thing to remember is that if you buy the cheap and nasty item, you are putting yourself and your money at risk. Here’s two scenarios as an example.
- Let’s say you found an ‘unbelievable deal’ on new socks. You buy a pair or two and then realise when you put them on that they don’t fit very well, are uncomfortable and they were lucky to last the day.
Now take that same ‘unbelievable deal’ idea for coloured contacts.
- An unbelievable price sucks you in but when you put the lenses in, they feel awful (you may even double check that you have them in the right way, that’s how wrong they seem).
Maybe you think they’ll get better the longer you wear them, but they actually get worse and your eyes feel itchy, scratchy or they’re red or watery.
Here’s a handy tip – Get them OUT!
Then throw them out too. You will need to make sure your eyes are all okay again because you are going to be writing for a refund ASAP. Your vision should recover but you may be burning with rage.
What a waste of money, time and you feel like you’ve been had.
When are temporary coloured lenses not good for the eyes? When they’re poor quality and badly made ones.
Quality lenses for a better look
There’s no getting around the fact that you always, always and ever (got it?) need to buy quality coloured contact lenses and nothing else.
Don’t be one of those who waste their time with cheap junk lenses or end up with waiting time in a medical clinic because you ignored the warning signs that your bargain contact lenses gave you more trouble than you bargained for.
Quality coloured contacts make all the difference.
- You get a great look – whether it’s Naturals, Halloween, Fancy Dress or Cosplay lenses
- You will know that you have something safe to wear
- You can be sure that they will look after your eyes if you look after the lenses
- You can feel confident and enjoy your time wearing your contacts without a worry
The key factors again (in case you haven’t been paying attention) are to:
- Only buy quality lenses that are certified and approved.
- Check the reviews of the seller so you know you’re dealing with a legitimate business
- Make sure you know the return or refund policy and it makes sense
- Follow the instructions of how to care and store your new coloured lenses
Wearing coloured contacts is all about having fun and not putting your eyes in danger.
That’s why choosing a reputable retailer is important. It’s not and never worth the risk.
Who has quality coloured lenses that look great and are top quality?
That’s where the name MesmerEyez stands out.
Your new favourite coloured contacts
When you buy your coloured contact lenses from MesmerEyez, you know you’re getting the best of the best.
There’s an amazing range of 1 day, 1 Month, 3 Months or yearly coloured contacts that you can be sure are all top quality lenses.
These coloured contacts are fully EU quality tested and certified. The great thing is you don’t have to bust your budget either. You can get seriously awesome Natural lenses, Cosplay, Halloween and Fancy Dress contacts that will transform your look.
If anyone ever asks you something like ‘Are temporary coloured lenses no good for the eyes?’, you can happily say – ‘No, they’re great!’ because you’re wearing the best coloured lenses around.
The name to remember is MesmerEyez – all yours and all ready for you - 24/7