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Friday, October 21, 2005

3 Helpful Tips For Glow In The Dark Contact Lenses

Presenting the “Glow In The Dark Contact Lenses”, a glamorous option for those special nights when you’d rather have all eyes pinned on you. Contact lenses that glow in the dark are a great way to make a fashion statement.

“Glow in the dark” Halloween contact lenses are an especially popular category of contact lenses for Halloween because that is the scary, goofy, fun time of the year when you want to look different. Well, one way of ‘looking’ at it is through a glow in the dark contact lens.

That Special Halloween Shine

With these special Halloween lenses you can make your eyes glow in the dark and get more treats than tricks. But if this is your first try with them you might need some education. Here are some tips to help you with your ‘glow in the dark contact lens’.

Various types of glow in the dark lenses are available freely on the Internet and are quite affordable if you don’t buy the lens right on Halloween. Check out several online lens suppliers who stock Halloween lenses or contacts that glow in the dark before you make a purchase.

Glow in the dark contacts basically use a luminescent material on the surface that makes them turn into ‘glow in the dark lenses’. Please choose only the kind of glow in the dark lens contact lens which has FDA approved colors. Otherwise you may end up with more than just the lens in your eyes.

Fun as they may be, Halloween lenses or glow in the dark contacts require the same care that you reserve for regular contact lenses. Buying these glow in the dark contacts under medical supervision and with a valid prescription and cleaning of contacts are important for your safety and health.

by Jon Butt

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