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Below FAQ are some common concerns of our clients before purchasing the theme, if you have other questions, please just send it to sevice@unibling.com
Unibling Colored Contact Lenses: Certification, Advantages, and Technology
Are Unibling contacts FDA approved?
Yes, Unibling contacts are FDA approved and have obtained both FDA and CE certifications, meeting safety and efficacy standards set by the U.S. FDA and EEA. These certifications demonstrate compliance with regulations for marketing and selling in their markets.
What is the benefit of the Sandwich Painting Tech used in Unibling contacts?

Advanced Sandwich Painting Tech used in Unibling contacts divides the lens into three separate layers. It can prevent direct pigment layer contact with the cornea. Three layers design reduces the risk of irritation or discomfort caused by the contact lens and increases comfort and safety.

Can Unibling contacts protect eyes from harmful light in daily life?

Yes, Unibling contacts can protect eyes from harmful light. The UV & Blue Light Blocking technology used in Unibling contacts effectively blocks ultraviolet rays during outdoor exposure and filters out harmful blue light, providing essential protection for the eyes.

Choosing Contact Lens Type:
As a beginner, should I choose daily wear, monthly wear, or yearly wear?

For beginners, yearly disposable contact lenses  may be a suitable choice due to their durable and comfortable design, which reduces the risk of damage during handling and helps new users adapt to wearing contact lenses. It's important to prioritize proper fit, comfort, and maintenance, and consult an eye care professional to determine the most suitable option based on individual needs and lifestyle.

What's the difference between monthly and yearly contacts?
Choosing between monthly and yearly contact lenses involves considering affordability, convenience, ease of use, lifestyle compatibility, hygiene, and comfort. Yearly lenses can be more cost-effective and convenient for those with busy schedules, offering a comfortable fit due to their moldability and less frequent replacement schedule. However, they require diligent cleaning and care to maintain eye health over their extended use period.
Choosing Contact Lens Size:
How to choose the right diameter for contact lenses?
To select the correct diameter for contact lenses, it is essential to consider the diameter of your cornea and the specific measurements provided in your prescription. The average diameter is around 14mm, varying from 14.0mm to 14.5mm, depending on eye size. The diameter, measuring the lens edge-to-edge, is key for a proper fit, comfort, and clarity. It should complement other measurements like the base curve. An eye care professional will determine the exact diameter during an eye exam, and it's vital to adhere to the prescribed specifications.
How to choose the right base curve for contacts?
Factors such as corneal curvature, eye diameter, and specific visual correction needs will be considered when determining the appropriate base curve for your contact lenses. Rely on the expertise of an eye care professional to ensure that the base curve of your contact lenses provides a proper fit and optimal comfort for your eyes.
Is a larger diameter better for colored contacts?
The ideal diameter for contact lenses depends on individual factors, and it is not accurate to say that a larger diameter is always better. The size of the lens should be chosen to fit the cornea and iris properly, providing adequate coverage without causing discomfort or impeding the blinking mechanism. While larger-diameter lenses can offer certain advantages, such as increased stability and coverage for specific eye conditions, they may not be suitable or necessary for everyone.
Choosing Contacts Color:
How do I choose the right lenses?
To select the ideal color lenses, take into account your skin toneeye colorthe occasionyour personal style, and hair color. Also, prioritize comfortsafety, and ease of maintenance. For comprehensive advice, please refer to our detailed blog post, “How to Choose the Perfect Color Lenses for You?
What color contact is best for brown eyes?

The best colored contact lenses for brown eyes are those that enhance the natural color of the eyes or provide a subtle change. Popular options include:

  1. Hazel Colored Contacts: Enhancing the richness of brown eyes and offering a natural and subtle change in eye color.
  2. Gray Colored Contacts: Providing a unique and captivating look and unleashing the innate beauty of brown eyes.
  3. Blue Colorred Contacts: Suitable for brown eyes and providing a noticeable but still natural-looking change.
  4. Green Colored Contacts: Veiling the underlying dark brown iris and yielding a visually pleasing and vivid green hue.
What color contacts work best with blue eyes?

The best colored contacts for blue eyes that can enhance the natural beauty of the eye color include:

  1. Green Contacts: Green contacts, especially in hues of emerald, jade, and olive, can complement blue eyes, creating a striking contrast and a noticeable but natural-looking change.
  2. Violet Contacts: Violet colored contacts can create an alluring contrast with blue eyes, making them appear more vibrant and brighter.
  3. Gray Contacts: Lighter shades of gray, including silver, and other lighter shades of gray, such as crystal gray, can work well with blue eyes, providing a stylish and subtle alteration to the eye color.
How can I choose natural-looking colored contacts that make my eyes appear larger?

Opt for colors close to your natural eye color to achieve a subtle and realistic effect. Look for lenses with a diameter larger than your natural iris size to enhance the appearance of bigger eyes. Remember that proper fit and comfort are crucial, so ensure that you follow all instructions for wearing and caring for your colored contacts.

To choose natural-looking colored contacts that make your eyes appear larger, consider the following tips:

  1. Select Complementary Shades: Choose colors that complement your skin tone. For instance, individuals with warm skin tones may opt for brown or hazel with warm undertones, while those with cool-toned skin may consider green or blue hues.
  2. Opt for Larger Diameter: Look for lenses with a diameter larger than your natural iris size to enhance the appearance of bigger eyes.
  3. Prioritize Proper Fit and Comfort: Ensure that the colored contacts are properly fitted and follow all instructions for wearing and caring for them to minimize the risk of discomfort or displacement.
Why is the actual color different from that on website?

Due to variable factors, such as light, camera lens filters, surrounding colors, original eye color/ eye shape/ makeup, etc, the color of the lenses may vary and look different. Such cases should be acceptable.

Kindly Remind: Please contact us within 24 hours after you have received your lenses if you have any doubt about your lenses. Please don’t forget to enclose the lens picture so that we can check for you.  sevice@unibling.com

Choosing Contacts Water Content:
What is the water content of cosmetic contact lenses?
The water content of cosmetic contact lenses can vary, but it typically falls in the range of 38% to 55%. It's important to note that this range can differ based on the specific brand and type of cosmetic contact lenses.
Do I need to buy eye contacts with high water content for dry eyes?
No, contrary to common belief, higher water content in contact lenses is not necessarily better for dry eyes. In fact, some individuals with dry eyes may find that lower water content lenses are more comfortable, as high water content lenses can sometimes contribute to quicker evaporation of moisture from the eyes.
Verifying Contact Lens Prescription:
Do your lenses come with prescription?
Yes! The majority of our lenses are available with prescription. If you have normal eyesight or you simply need a decoration, choose 0.00. Consult your eye doctor to confirm the diopter counts before ordering.
Some are available with prescription, please check here: Prescription Colored Contacts [Yearly] - Unibling
How do I verify the prescription for eye contacts?

We offer convenient options to verify your contact lens prescription during the checkout process:

  • Send a copy of your valid prescription to our customer service at service@unibling.com.
  • Alternatively, we can verify your prescription directly with your eye care professionals.

Please Note: If you have any concerns about your lenses, please contact us within 24 hours of receiving them. Please don’t forget to enclose the lens picture so that we can check for you. Email us at service@unibling.com.

How to Use and Care Lenses:
How to put in contact lens?
  • Step 1: Take the lens out from the packet gently after washing and drying your hands. Then make sure you are holding the correct side of the lens.
  • Step 2: Hold up your upper eyelid and pull down your lower lid, then use the index finger to gently place the lens.
  • Step 3: Look up and down, left and right after putting the lens in so that it will settle into place, then close your eye in a while.
  • Step 4: Do again for the other eye through simple steps!

For more information, please check our Wear Care

How to remove colored contacts?
  • Step 1: Wash and dry your hands thoroughly before touching your eyes.
  • Step 2: Use your clean hand to gently pull down your lower eyelid, then pull up your upper eyelid.
  • Step 3: Using your index finger and thumb to pinch the lens gently.
  • Step 4: Look up and slide the lens down gently so that the lens will be kept in your eye, then pinch it off onto finger. Do it again for the other eye.

For more information, please check our Wear Care

How to safely and conveniently remove contacts?
  1. Wash your hands with soap and water, then dry them with a lint-free towel.
  2. Look up and pull down your lower eyelid with one hand.
  3. Use your other hand to gently touch the lens and slide it downwards onto the white part of your eye.
  4. Pinch the lens gently between your thumb and index finger and remove it from your eye.
  5. Place the lens in the palm of your hand and apply a few drops of multipurpose solution or saline solution to clean it.
  6. Store the lens in a clean contact lens case filled with fresh solution

It's important to clean your contact lens case regularly to prevent the buildup of harmful microbes. After removing your lenses, rinse the case with sterile contact solution and let it air-dry. You can also rub the inside of the case with your clean fingers to ensure it's thoroughly cleaned. Additionally, there are specialized tools available, such as contact lens removal insert tools and suction cup soft kits, that can make the process of removing lenses easier and more convenient.

How to take care of eye contacts?
  • Clean and disinfect the lens with moderate care solution (Place the contact in the palm of your hand. Wet your lenses with a few drops of care solution and carefully rub the lenses). 
  • Use fresh care solution each time and discard solution from lens case after each use
  • Remember to change solution regularly if you do not wear the lens often. 
  • Rinse and scrub your lens every 2-3 days to prevent protein precipitation effectively. 
  • Keep the lens away from sharp objects because the lenses are very thin and vulnerable.
Cleaning Solutions for Colored Contacts:
How long should contacts be left in cleaning solution?
Contact lenses are usually left in the cleaning solution for at least 4-6 hours or overnight to ensure effective disinfection and cleaning.. This allows the solution to effectively remove debris, protein buildup, and disinfect the lenses.
How often should the cleaning solution for yearly disposable eye contacts be replaced?
The cleaning solution for yearly disposable contact lenses should be replaced at least once every 30 days, according to the search results. The American Optometric Association(AOA) recommends using only fresh solution to clean and store contact lenses and never reusing old solution. Additionally, the National Center for Biotechnology Information(NCBI) suggests that lens cases should be replaced every 90 days to avoid contamination. It's important to use fresh contact solution every time you disinfect and store your contact lenses, and never reuse or "top off" contact solution that's sitting in your contact case.
Wearing Eye Contacts Daily:
Can I wear color contact lenses every day?
Yes, wearing color lenses every day is possible with quality lenses prescribed by a professional, adherence to a replacement schedule, good hygiene, limited daily wear (8-12 hours), regular breaks, and routine eye check-ups to ensure eye health and comfort. It's important to ensure that the lenses are FDA-approved to guarantee their safety and effectiveness. Following these guidelines will help maintain the health of your eyes while enjoying the aesthetic benefits of color contacts.
How many hours can I wear colored lenses continuously?
The duration you can wear colored contacts continuously largely depends on the type of lenses you're using and your eye health. Generally, it's recommended not to wear colored contact lenses for more than 8-10 hours at a time. However, some newer, more breathable materials may allow for longer wear, up to 12 hours. Always consult with an eye care professional to determine the best wearing schedule for your specific situation and ensure your eyes remain healthy.
Is it safe to wear colored contacts while exercising?
Yes, indeed! You can wear colored contact lenses while exercising. It is important to ensure that the lenses fit well and feel comfortable during movement. Colored contact lenses provide a practical and safe alternative to wearing glasses while exercising, especially during sports, and they won't jostle around or slip down your face during a workout, giving you the freedom to focus on your activity.
Can I wear colored contacts while sleeping?
Not allowed! While sleeping, the body's ongoing metabolic processes, including the eyes secreting proteins, can diminish oxygen permeability and lens comfort. Blinking throughout the day aids in lens hydration, but during sleep, the absence of blinking can cause dryness and discomfort. To maintain eye health, a balance of salt, oxygen, and nutrients is crucial. Sleeping with contact lenses reduces oxygen supply, increasing susceptibility to bacterial infections.
Therefore, it is highly recommended to remove colored contacts before sleeping to avoid potential serious consequences.
Should I wear lenses before or after makeup?
According to the search results, it is recommended to wear colored contact lenses before applying makeup. This helps avoid the risk of contaminating the lenses with makeup particles, which can cause irritation or discomfort. Additionally, putting on makeup first can lead to the lenses being contaminated with foreign particles, potentially affecting vision and causing discomfort. Therefore, the best practice is to wash your hands thoroughly, put in your contact lenses, and then apply your makeup.
Can I wear both eye contacts and glasses at the same time?
Yes, you can wear both contact lenses and glasses simultaneously to correct different vision problems. This is common for addressing varied refractive errors, where contact lenses may correct distance vision while glasses are used for near tasks, like reading. Since prescriptions for glasses and contacts differ, they're not interchangeable but can complement each other.
Can I layer contact lenses?
No, layering contact lenses is discouraged as it can cause discomfort, blurred vision, potential eye damage, and restrict oxygen flow to the cornea.
Issues and Solutions when Using Lenses:
What to do when lenses irritate eyes?

Please soak your lenses in care solution which is exclusive for contact lenses for 24 hours, then rinse and scrub your lenses gently.

Check the two sides before wearing lenses to avoid uncomfortable experience, such as irritation, dry eyes,blurry vision, etc

Safety information about wearing contact lenses: 

  1. Always wash your hands before wearing, removing or handling your contact lenses.
  2. Do not lend, borrow or share used contact lenses, otherwise, it may lead to infection or even blindness to eyes.
  3. Please take off your lenses before sleeping.
  4. Insert lenses before putting make-up on around eyes, and take off lenses before taking make-up off.
  5. Please do not attend any water sports when wearing lenses.
  6. New contact wearer wears less than 4 hours a day. When your eyes adapted to the lenses, you can wear them longer, but do not exceed 8 hours a day.
How should I deal with an allergic reaction while wearing contact lenses?

If you experience an allergic reaction while wearing contact lenses, it's important to take the following steps:

  1. Remove the Lenses: If you experience any discomfort, redness, itching, or swelling, remove your contact lenses immediately.
  2. Consult a Physician: If you suspect an allergic reaction, it's essential to consult an eye care provider or an allergist to determine the cause and receive appropriate treatment.
  3. Switch Solutions: If you suspect the solution used for cleaning the lenses is the problem, consider switching to a different solution, preferably one geared for sensitive eyes.
  4. Maintain Good Hygiene: To minimize the risk of allergic reactions, ensure that you maintain good contact lens hygiene, including regular cleaning and storage of the lenses.
Can I wear contacts with a stye?
When experiencing a stye, it's crucial to prioritize your eye health and refrain from wearing any form of contact lenses. This not only prevents additional discomfort but also lowers the risk of lens contamination and infection prolongation. To learn more about this and to get a comprehensive understanding, feel free to read our detailed blog post on "Can I Wear Contacts with a Stye?" where we dive deeper into the precautions you should take and alternative vision solutions during this time.
Can I wear colored contacts with nearsightedness?
Absolutely Yes! You can wear colored lenses if you have nearsightedness (myopia). Colored contact lenses are available with prescription strengths to correct vision issues such as myopia, so it's possible to find colored lenses that can address your nearsightedness while also changing the appearance of your eye color. 
Can I wear regular lenses with astigmatism?

Certainly Yes! Individuals with astigmatism ranging between -2.00 and +2.00 diopters can opt for regular contact lenses. However, for astigmatism exceeding this range, specially designed toric contact lenses are recommended. In summary, those with mild astigmatism can use regular contacts, but it is essential to seek guidance from a professional. 

Health Concerns with Contacts
Are yearly-wear contacts more harmful to the eyes than daily disposable ones?

There is no evidence to suggest that yearly-wear contact lenses are more harmful to the eyes than daily disposable ones.

Both types of contacts have their advantages and disadvantages. Yearly-wear lenses are designed to be worn for up to a year with proper care, while daily disposable lenses are meant to be discarded after a single use. The choice between them should be based on individual needs and preferences, considering factors such as comfort, convenience, and affordability, as well as the advice of an eye care professional.

Does wearing colored contacts worsen myopia?
Wearing tinted contact lenses does not worsen myopia. Several studies, such as the ACHIEVE and CLAMP studies, have suggested that wearing contact lenses, including colored ones, will not significantly alter the progression of myopia. Additionally, well-fitted contact lenses are a healthy option for those suffering from visual impairments, and there is no evidence to suggest that they contribute to the deterioration of eyesight. It's important to ensure that the lenses are clean and used correctly to avoid any potential issues.
Do colored contacts cause any damage to the cornea?
Colored contact lenses are generally safe to wear and do not cause damage to the cornea if used properly. However, improper use or poor hygiene can increase the risk of eye infections and other complications. It's important to follow the prescribed wearing schedule, clean and disinfect the lenses regularly, and avoid sharing them with others. Additionally, it's recommended to have regular eye exams to ensure the lenses are fitting properly and not causing any damage to the eyes.
Does wearing contacts cause dry eye syndrome?
Wearing colored contact lenses does not directly cause dry eye syndrome, but it can contribute to dryness and discomfort, especially if not used properly or if the lenses are of low quality. Proper care, lens selection, and consulting an eye care professional are important in minimizing the risk of dry eye symptoms.
Getting Used to Colored Contact Lenses:
How long will it take to adapt to cosmetic contact lenses?
The time it takes to adapt to cosmetic contact lenses can vary from person to person. However, it is generally recommended to wear the clear lens for a week before being evaluated at a follow-up visit for vision and lens comfort. Once the contact lens fit is finalized, the final lens can be ordered in the cosmetic design.
Do colored contact lenses change how things look?
Yes, colored contact lenses can change how things look. Colored contact lenses are designed to enhance or change the color of the eyes, and this can affect how the wearer perceives colors and contrasts. For example, blue-tinted lenses can make colors appear cooler, while yellow-tinted lenses can make colors appear warmer. Additionally, some colored lenses can also affect the wearer's vision by reducing glare or increasing contrast.
Does contacts shift in the eye?
Certainly! Colored contact lenses, like regular contact lenses, are susceptible to shifting within the eye, which can be influenced by various factors such as blinking, eye rubbing, or inadequate moisture. To mitigate the risk of discomfort or displacement, it is crucial to select appropriate lenses that are fitted by an eye care professional and adhere to the recommended wearing schedule and maintenance practices. Following these guidelines is essential for ensuring the comfort, safety, and proper positioning of cosmetic lenses.
Does wearing lenses make me feel like there's something in my eye?
Wearing contact lenses should not make you feel like there's something in your eye if they fit properly and are well-maintained. However, some people may initially experience a sensation of awareness or foreign body presence when they first start wearing contacts. This sensation can also be caused by factors such as dry eyes, improper lens fit, or conditions like giant papillary conjunctivitis. It's important to ensure that the lenses are properly fitted and to consult an eye care professional if you experience persistent discomfort or feel like there's something in your eye.
Products, Order issues, and Delivery issues
Can I amend my order?

Our staffs work speedily to get all orders processed and shipped out,therefore we are unable to change anything once order have been processed, such as shipping details, quantity of item, color and diopter counts.

Please make sure all the information is correct when you checkout.

When can I get the parcel?

All of placed orders will be processed and dispatched within 48 hours. Some items with high prescription and shortage may expereince possibly delayed dispatch for 2-3 days because of customization and stocking. Please understand.

It will take 7~15/10-20 working days for shipment on normal situation. Actually we are unable to control the shipping speed, it depends on destination country handling time.

For more information, please check our Shipping Policy

Where is my order and How can I track?

Order confirmation, shipment, and arrival will send an email to the email address you fill in, and you can check the location of your order in the email.

Alternatively, you can check your order location on the TRACK MY ORDER page of the official website, using the e-mail address you provided in your order and your order ID (The order ID, which begins with U, is available on the page where you complete your order as well as in the order confirmation e-mail).

Faulty goods

If the goods have any faulty and issue with your order when you get the parcel,contact us within 24 hours!

Please enclose the picture and tell us the details of issue,we will check and solve it for you as soon as possible. sevice@unibling.com

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