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Free trial colored contacts in Canada

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"Free Trial Colored Contacts In Canada--Which Colors Look Best, Eh?"

Free trial colored contacts in Canada are available. Changing eye colors is fun and exciting, but choosing the right colored contacts isn't always easy.

Fortunately, many eyewear retailers provide free trial colored contacts to make the decision easier. Blue, Green, Gray, Amethyst, Aqua. . . the list of available colored contacts in Canada seems endless. But how to be sure?

Many companies in Canada offering colored contacts have made it possible to get a free trial of their products.

Making A Safe And Educated Choice

Most have arrangements with eyewear suppliers in Canada to provide free trial colored contacts so customers can see how their eyes look in different colors at their local optician's store or optometrist's office.

Companies like Ciba Vision which makes Durasoft and Freshlook colored contacts and Johnson & Johnson, the makers of Acuvue colored contact lenses, make it possible at their websites to view the trial contacts and the choices of colors available and to register for a free trial of the colored contacts that interest you the most. You can present the downloaded certificate to your local professional for a free trial of disposable colored contacts.

For those not needing corrective colored contacts, Health Canada strongly recommends scheduling an eye examination anyway and getting a prescription before visiting your optician for a free trial of colored contacts in Canada.

And although colored contacts are considered 'cosmetic devices' by the agency, they stress that color contacts purchased in Canada should be properly fitted by a professional and that those who buy colored contacts know proper use and care to prevent safety and health problems.

In other words, make sure your free trial colored contacts don't come at a cost. Before you decide which colors look best, remember to treat your eyes as the very best.

This article has been written for you by Jon Butt publisher of The Colored Contacts Guide - your friendly experts in how to choose colored contacts, where to get the biggest discounts online and which accessories you need to take care of your lenses.

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