Is it possible to buy contacts in store?

Is it possible to buy contacts in store?

Buying contacts from a retail store If LensCrafters doesn’t have exactly what you need in stock, you can always order your contacts online after your exam. Still, the combination of professionalism, convenient hours and in-person service makes retail stores the best place to buy contacts for many people.

Are color contacts safe?

It’s absolutely safe to wear FDA-approved colored contact lenses that are prescribed to you and fitted by your optometrist. They’re just as safe as your regular contact lenses, as long as you follow essential basic hygiene guidelines when inserting, removing, replacing and storing your contacts.

Is it OK to wear expired contacts?

The expiration date on the package displays the last month and year that the container should be free from contamination and the lenses inside are safe to wear. The doctors of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Optometric Association confirmed that expired contact lenses should NOT be used.

Are there any stores that sell colored contacts?

There are Halloween stores or theater costume stores that sell them – that’s one idea. The best place to go is local department stores that have Optical departments. More and more of them are stocking contact lenses themselves in their own dispensaries. They’re starting to carry colored contact lenses more and more now.

Where can you buy non prescription colored contacts?

Base Curve 8.6

  • Diameter 14.2
  • Lens material 2-HEMA,42% water
  • 1 lens/vial
  • 3 month replacement
  • 0.00 only (Nano),No vision correction
  • What are the best color contacts?

    – Water content 55% water – Oxygen transmissibility 20 Dk/t – Features 3-in-1 color technology helps to blend the natural eye color for a seamless eye color change 1-2 week (bi-weekly) disposable contact lenses – Lenses per box 2 lenses per box

    What are the best non prescription colored contacts?

    Alcon’s FreshLooks: These cost about$52 for a box of 6 lenses.

  • Alcon’s FreshLooks ColorBlends: These cost about$40 for a box of 6 lenses.
  • CooperVision’s Expressions Colors: These cost about$75 for a box of 6 lenses.
  • Alcon’s Air Optix Colors: These cost about$45 for a box of 6 lenses.