IRIS (2 lenses)
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Details of IRIS (2 lenses)
IRIS (2 lenses) – dioptric. IRIS are coloured soft contact lenses, which will completely change your eye colour while maintaining the natural appearance of the iris. The effect is visible in dark and light eyes; with lighter eyes the effect is more pronounced. You can choose from the following colours: blue, green, hazel, violet and pearl. IRIS coloured lenses are designed for a daily wear with a monthly replacement regime.
This is a medical device. Read instructions before use.
Bright, natural or crazy coloured contact lenses? Find out which coloured contact lenses will suit you the best!
|Expiration:||At least 12 months|
|Lenses in a box:||2|
|Water content:||59 %|
|Oxygen transmissibility:||18 Dk/t|
|Easy handling tint:||No|
|Power:||from -6.0 to -0.5|
|Elastic modulus:||0.31 MPa|
|Center thickness:||0.12 mm|
|Category:||Monthly Contact Lenses|
Coloured Contact Lenses
Spherical Contact Lenses
Comments about IRIS (2 lenses) Add a question
Dear Lens wearer,
However note that the Base Curve is different.
Best regards, Fabrizio
Does the base curve really matter if My prescription is 8.40 and the iris is 8.60,I really wish to purchase in green but the curve size is worrying me . Is it a big issue with the slight difference in size
Hi, The BC is an essential part of your prescription. If you select
a different size, then it could mean that the lens won't fit on your eye, it can
shift with each blink. It is something that you would definitely notice. We
always suggest using the prescribed BC that your eye doctor measured.
I am afraid that this is not an answer easy to obtain. Some producers simply
decide for half power, some for quarter power… It is a business decision.
Please check with your optician to see what he or she will recommend you and
whether you can obtain a prescription for these lenses. I hope my email