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- 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.
Fiery Inferno contact lenses, add an incendiary accent to your costume that truly lights up your look. The lens design features electrifying orange irises with jet black zig-zags shooting out from around the pupils, creating an ominous and eye-catching appearance. The background of this orange pattern is accented with highlighter yellow and vibrant red details to add depth and multi-colored animation to your eyes. This striking and surreal composition is an ideal choice for Halloween celebrations, theatrical performances, photo shoots and movie productions, or just for getting attention at virtually any event.
Inferno contact lenses feature a construction of 62 percent polymacon, a unique and adaptive polymer material that fits your eyes as if the lenses were made just for you. To complete this construction, a 38 percent water content refreshes the eyes with maximum hydration to eliminate end-of-day dryness and promote superior ocular health.
A one-year lifespan means you can get the most out of your Inferno contact lenses by taking advantage of multiple opportunities to show off this unique and head-turning look. For ideal performance and comfort, experts recommend cleaning and storing your Inferno contact lenses after each wear for proper maintenance.
Inferno looks like an Oil Spill or Crazy Virus
They call these Inferno, I call them oil spill. You will not believe how sic these will make you look. It's like something is taking over your eyes - maybe a spreading oil spill, maybe some crazy virus. Either way, you will not be disappointed.