1) Select your contact lenses or products from our website’s product page
2) Add your prescription information Get your contact lenses prescription from your optician or contact lenses or products box. If you are not clear, please take a photo and send an email or WhatsApp (+6011-16180988) to us and please state that you come from our website.
3) Fill in shipping information & make payment. You can pay for your order using all major credit cards or PayPal. And your order will be dispatched within 24 hours. If there is a shortage of contact lenses, it will take around 3-5 working days to re-stock.
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You will then be redirected to the main page where you can choose another pair and insert a different prescription. You can check your cart at any time by simply clicking on the cart icon.
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1. Frame and color which harmonize with your face shape
A pair of glasses should underline the natural shape of your face. In addition to color, brand and style, choose a frame which suits your face shape as well as your type. We will show you how it works.
2. The size of the glasses
Just as important as the frame is the size of your glasses which has to match your face.
Shortsightedness requires lenses which are stronger than those needed when you are farsighted. If you are extremely shortsighted, choose a strong frame which embeds the glass thickness as well as the frame in an optimal way. Plastic frames are particularly well-suited for this purpose. Rimless glasses or glasses with metal frames emphasize the thickness of the glasses and can be inappropriate. If you still don’t want to dispense with thin lenses, try using glasses with a refractive index.
If you are farsighted, you have the advantage that convex lenses are generally narrower. They adapt to the frame in an ideal way, no matter whether you opt for a thick frame or a more delicate one.
Are you allergic to nickel? If so, it would be best to choose a frame which is made of plastic or titanium.
OD = Right eye
OS = Left eye
SPH = SPHERE power. It indicates the amount of lens power prescribed for nearsightedness (-) or farsightedness (+).
CYL = CYLINDER power - the degree of astigmatism
AXIS = The direction of astigmatism, measured in degrees (1-180)
ADD = Provides the additional magnifying power of reading, progressive and computer lenses. It’s always a positive value
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Step 2: Place the contact lens on the palm of your hand; check that it is clean and not torn.
Step 3: Ensure that the contact lens is not inside out (if it is the edges will flare up slightly) and place it on your forefinger (your pointing finger).
Step 4: Insert the lens. Use the forefinger on your opposite hand, hold up your upper eyelid to prevent you from blinking. Use the third finger on the hand in which you have the contact lens to hold down your lower eyelid. Look up and place the contact lens onto the white of your eye. Look downwards to allow the lens to slip into position. Remove your fingers and close your eye momentarily. Your lens should be in place.
Step 2: Pull down your lower eyelid
Step 3: While you have your eyelid pulled down, place your finger on the bottom edge of your lens and slide it down to the white part of your eye.
Step 4: Squeeze the contact lens gently between your finger and your thumb and remove the contact lens from your eye.
** Helpful Tip: get into the habit of removing your right eye’s lens first. It’ll reduce the chances of mixing up your contact lenses.
Step 2: Rinse the lens thoroughly using plenty of contact lens solution.
Step 3: Fill your lens case with plenty of contact lens solution and place the cleaned and rinsed contact lens in the appropriate compartment. Secure the cap of the lens case and repeat with your other contact lens. Leave your contact lenses in the lens case for at least four hours. Letting it soak in the solution will disinfect the contact lens.
Step 4: After putting your contact lenses back in your eyes, pour the remaining solution out of the lens case. Rinse the lens case with fresh solution and let the inside of the case dry out in the open air.
** Warning: please never use water to clean or store your contact lenses. Water does not have the necessary contents to disinfect your contact lens correctly. In fact, cleaning your contact lenses with water may lead to contamination of your lenses and has been known to cause irreparable harm to the eye. If you wear daily disposables, you do not have to worry about storing your contact lenses as outlined above. However, if you drop your lens or something gets caught in your eye, you may have to clean it in which case you should follow the procedure outlined in Step 1 and 2 above.