Freshlook Colorblends: With or Without Toric
Freshlook Colorblends, made by Ciba Vision, give contact lens wearers the vibrant color options they have always wanted. Best of all, these lenses also come in a toric version, which means people with astigmatism can also find the comfortable and yet attractive Colorblends suitable for them!
Freshlook Colorblends come in nine dazzling colors:
Keep in mind that when ordering Freshlook Colorblends, or any other colored contact lens, your natural eye color will help determine the actual color. While blue eyes are more apt to blend with shades of blue and green contact color, trying to change your brown eyes to blue may not give you the results you were looking for. For this reason, it is in your best interest to try out a pair of free contacts before investing in an entire box.
Colorblends are designed with three-in-technology, which blends three colors to create a colored contact lens that looks as natural as your own eye color. These lenses provide subtle color changes that will leave people second guessing if your eyes have always been so lovely and they just haven't notice before.
These contact lenses are daily wear lenses, meaning you wear them during the day and take them out at night, and each pair will last one to two weeks before you will need to open a fresh pair.
While Freshlook Colorblends are available in plano, meaning without correction, Ciba Vision requires an optometrist's prescription before you can make a purchase. This is because even contacts worn for cosmetic reasons need to be properly fitted by a professional. In other words, not everyone's eyes are same size, so your eyes will have to be measured to ensure the contacts will fit without impairing your vision.
When it is time to mix things up a bit and add just a touch of color to what feels like a mundane life, consider purchasing Freshlook Colorblends. Not only are they attractive, they are a terrific alternative to eyeglasses.
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