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"Experiment With Eye Colors - Get Trial Colored Contacts"

Offers for trial colored contacts abound online. For instance Coastal Contacts offers a complimentary pair of sunglasses, free shipping and a trip for two to anywhere - on top of the 70% savings on their trial contacts. 1-800-Contacts is giving a $10 to $20 markdown on large orders, as well as free shipping on all orders and a case for your trials on the house.
(Note: both at the date of writing)

If you want to have the newest trial contacts, go to your favorite search directory and type in trial color contacts very cheap.

Getting Free Color Contacts For Your Teen

Top cheap contacts picks whose trials are free are the Ciba Focus Night And Day color lens that has the highest oxygen permeability of any existing silicone polymer contacts, and is approved for thirty days uninterrupted wear.

Then, Acuvue has released their most advanced color contact lens to date, three times more oxygen permeable than their previous contacts and extremely comfortable, thus allowing for a much longer lens wear time.

If you are interested in seeing if you can wear these colored contacts, get an appointment with your local eye care professional and get a pair of trial contacts.

Nearly all eye care professionals start to promote contact lens wear when their patients are between ages 11 and 14. Teens have to be responsible enough to care for their contacts, even if they are very cheap.

Contact lens cleaning regimens are now much easier, and if they use daily disposables, they don't need a regimen. Today's disposable contacts are cheap, usually costing less than $1, and most vendors have free trials.

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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