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Black Sclera Contact Lenses
- Regular Price: $134.99 per lens
- Type: Novelty Lenses
- Contains: 1 Lens per Vial
- Use Your New FSA Dollars!
- OD right eye
- OS left eye
- Brand name eg. Acuvue
- BC / Base Curve a number between 8.0 and 10.0
- DIA / Diameter a number between 13.0 and 15.0
- Power / Sphere / Rx a number between -20 and +20
In Addition for astigmatic patients:
- Cylinder a number between -4.00 and +4.00
- Axis a number between 0 and 180
- Cylinder and Axis are usually separated by a x
For Multifocal, Bifocal lenses or Presbyopia:
"Addition" or "add" is usually preceded by "+" or is listed as "low", "mid" or "high" depending on the lens manufacturer.
Designed to create the appearance of ultra-spooky, entirely black eyes, Black Sclera contact lenses are large, jet black and completely opaque to give you an extra spine-chilling, eye-popping look. These special effects contact lenses, which gives you excellent quality and affordability. The scary and dramatic look of Black Sclera contact lenses makes them a perfect fit for Halloween, movie productions, theatrical performances, costume parties, or just for making an impression and creeping out your friends. A base curve of 9 and a diameter of 22 help give wearers a comfortable fit that fully covers the eyes and stays in place throughout wear.
Black Sclera lenses are soft contact lenses, which mean the lenses keep eyes moist and offer stability with an adaptable hydrogel material. Made from 62 percent polymacon, the lenses feel silky smooth against the eyes for comfortable wear and minimum irritation. This composition also features 38 percent water, which keeps eyes consistently hydrated without the need for eye drops and other wetting agents. A one year lifespan guarantees you'll have plenty of opportunities to show off this creepy and attention-grabbing look at multiple events-- from horror movie premiers to Halloween parties.
Black Sclera Reviews
Black eyed Please
OMG... six of us got these for halloween this year. We saw someone wear these last year and were kind of spooked. seriously creepy contacts. much better than lizards or vampire contacts. don't waste your time with those - go mean and black eyed, please