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Big Eye Black Contact Lens

Postby eillacz » Mon, 15 Aug 2005 11:43 am


I am currently looking for those black contact lens which widens the eys. Does anyone know where it is being sold??


Re: Big Eye Black Contact Lens

Postby Guest » Wed, 24 Aug 2005 11:49 pm

eillacz wrote:Hi,

I am currently looking for those black contact lens which widens the eys. Does anyone know where it is being sold??

you get it from here


Postby Janice » Thu, 25 Aug 2005 11:30 am

i am using it now..except mine is brown in colour
korean brand...bought it for $33.50 ..coz my friend bought in bulk so i share with them.. far okie..except the few first days u will find that the lenses dun fit your eyeball pefectly..den i realize that when i am wearing the lenses, i cannot focus on objects placed close to my eyes..

say to last like a permanent len for 1 yr but i dun think so...probably half a yr+ must change


Postby i.wan.big.eyes » Sat, 27 Aug 2005 3:15 pm

it's so cheap also...
hmm any idea will it affect eye sight? scare of the side effect...
n also any web sites to provide more info?

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Postby want2loseweight » Sat, 27 Aug 2005 3:32 pm

Oh. remember that its not healthy for ur eyes, dont wear it TOO long.


Postby janice » Mon, 29 Aug 2005 1:04 pm

not long ago, the taiwan news was mentioing that
it is not aproved by hteir health authority or something

i think it's better not to wear it for too long
i normally wear it for 8 - 10 hrs though but so far no problem...except when i take an afternoon nap and wake up, it is especially dry unlike those better brands lenses that i have before

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Postby terrie » Tue, 30 Aug 2005 11:14 am

yeah, i was going to buy it but my frend emailed to me saying that it came out in the news that it was dangerous for the eyes. she has already cancelled her order. maybe can wear for some time, but advise: be careful

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Postby McClaude » Tue, 30 Aug 2005 1:48 pm

Hi, do note that Contact Lenses should be prescribed by Optometrists and Contact Lens Practitioners.

Contact Lenses are listed as medical devices by the Health Sciences Authority in singapore, and should only be prescribed and sold by registered contact lens practitioners.

You risk your eyes by buying contact lens from unkown sources, and when you may suffer the consequence of going blind ultimately, if you do not take care of your eye.

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