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"Things To Consider When You Buy Color Contact Lenses Online"

Where's the best place to buy contact lenses? From an eye doctor? The Internet? Optical Store? Warehouse club? If you choose to buy color contact lenses online, you should know that it involves a tiny element of risk, so you need to choose which sites you buy from carefully.

The FDA wants you to be a savvy shopper when you buy color contacts online. Is your prescription up to date? If you have not had an eye-check in the last one to two years, your colored contacts may not correct your vision properly. Never order colored contacts online with a prescription that has expired.


Buying Colored Contacts Cheaply

When you buy online, shop around on different websites and compare the prices for the brand of colored contacts you want to buy.

If you wear disposable colored contacts, buy online and the huge discounts will typically end up saving a pile of cash. If you don't sport colored contacts often, you may find daily disposable lenses an ideal choice.

Our recommendation for buying cheap colored contacts online is to proceed slowly to avoid problems later on. These offers to buy online frequently don't tell you what the real deal is.

One online offer claims 80% off, but you have to buy contact lenses in multiple quantities to cash in on the deal.

The Safe Shopping Network has declared CoastalContacts.com and 1-800-Contacts - the world's biggest colored contacts depot - for example, safe for buying lenses online.

Try clicking the menu links on the top left to see whom we currently rate as the top online color contacts suppliers.


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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