Divalens Diamond Cat - 1 Year Lenses Power
Divalens Diamond Cat - 1 Year Lenses Power
Divalens Diamond Cat - 1 Year Lenses Power

DIVALENS

Divalens Diamond Cat - 1 Year Lenses Power

Sale priceRs. 1,950.00 Regular priceRs. 3,880.00
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About Feather Green Lens by Divalens

Water content

38%

Thickness

0.08mm

Texture

Polymacon

Base curve

8.60mm

Diameter

14.20mm

Period of use

12 Months

Packaging

1 Pair (2 lenses)

 

Benefits of Wearing DIVALENS LENSES Colored Contacts Lenses

ALL-DAY COMFORT & SHARP VISION

Super thin and smooth edge are designed for easy insertion, all-day comfort and crystal clear vision.

SILICONE HYDROGEL MATERIALS

A higher oxygen permeability allow a significant amount of oxygen to pass through the lens to the cornea, which will help to maintain a high level of moisture of the eye, thus avoiding dry eyes and improving comfort. You can barely feel them.

ADVANCED SANDWICH PAINTING TECH

By using this advanced technology, the colouring layer can be embedded between the other two layers of lenses, thereby effectively preventing the pigment from contacting with the cornea, ensuring both safety and beauty.

NON-IONIC RAW MATERIAL

Made of high-quality materials, which can effectively avoid protein precipitation and make the lens soft and comfortable to wear.

FDA AND CE APPROVAL

All of our products carry the CE mark and are approved by the FDA to comply with international qualitative medical standards.

YEARLY DISPOSABLE

The high standard allows our lenses a durability of up to 12 months with the comfort comparable to daily  disposable contact lenses.


Please note: The effect given by the coloured lenses may vary depending on the natural colour of the iris.

we don't provide complete Lens kit with this collection which is case, Applicator & tweezer.

  

How to use coloured lenses?

  1. Place the lens on the tip of your index finger. Make sure the edge of the lens is perfectly upright.
  2. Hold your eye open with your free hand, then place the lens with your index finger on the cornea.
  3. Slowly blink and look in different directions to stabilize the lens.