Yes, we deliver worldwide!

Upon payment confirmation, we will prepare and ship out your order within 7 to 14 days depending on stock availability.

There is no specific age limit, but children and teenagers should be responsible enough to handle and care for their lenses.

Yes, there are soft and rigid gas-permeable lenses. The best type for you depends on your eye health and vision needs; consult your Optometrist or Ophthalmologist for advice.

Yes, improper use or hygiene can lead to eye infections, corneal ulcers, or other issues. Regular check-ups with your Optometrist / Ophthalmologist are crucial.

  1. Before handling lenses, wash your hands with soap and water.
  2. To put them on, use your index finger to place the lens on your eye gently.
  3. To remove them, look up, slide the lens down, and pinch it gently to take it out.

Follow the cleaning and disinfecting instructions provided by your Optometrist / Ophthalmologist and the lens manufacturer.

It varies based on the lens type. Disposable lenses should be replaced daily, bi-weekly, or monthly, as per the manufacturer’s recommendation.

Typically, you should have an eye exam and contact lens prescription check annually or as advised by your Optometrist / Ophthalmologist.

Information is available on the packaging of the contact lenses you are currently wearing, or from your optometrist or optician. Below are the information that we need for each eye:

  • Brand & Product Name
  • Power Prescription
  • Base Curve (BC): Between 8.0 and 10.0
  • Diameter (DIA): Between 13.0 and 15.0

Should you have astigmatism, we also need:

  • Cylinder (CYL): Between -4.00 and +4.00
  • Axis(AX): Between 0° and 180°

Simply refer to your current contact lens packaging and enter the necessary information for a quick and cheap purchase with us!

Remove the lens immediately and consult your Optometrist or Ophthalmologist.

Remove the other lens, and if you don’t have a spare, wear glasses until you can replace the lost/damaged lens.

Yes, contact lenses can provide clear vision and correct refractive errors like glasses, but their suitability depends on individual eye conditions.

Yes, there are toric lenses for astigmatism and multifocal lenses for presbyopia available.

Some lenses may work better for individuals with dry eyes or allergies. Consult your Optometrist / Ophthalmologist for suitable options.

You should only sleep in your contacts or wear them for extended periods of time if you have consent from your Optometrist or Ophthalmologist. It is generally safer to remove them before sleeping.

It is best to avoid wearing lenses in water as they can get contaminated and lead to eye infections.

Yes, but put on lenses before applying makeup and choose hypoallergenic products.