Gas permeable lenses – also called GP or RGP lenses – are rigid contact lenses that look and feel like PMMA lenses (see below) but are porous and allow oxygen to pass through them. Because they are permeable to oxygen, GP lenses can be fit closer to the eye than PMMA lenses, making them more comfortable than conventional hard lenses. Since their introduction in 1978, gas permeable contact lenses have essentially replaced nonporous PMMA contact lenses. GP contacts often provide sharper vision than soft and silicone hydrogel contacts – especially if you have astigmatism. It usually takes some time for your eyes to adjust to gas permeable lenses when you first start wearing them, but after this initial adaptation period, most people find GP lenses are as comfortable as hydrogel lenses.
Nowadays most people wear soft contact lenses made of a moisture-rich material called hydrogel. Hydrogel lenses are breathable, so oxygen can pass through them to help keep your eyes healthy and feeling fresh.
There are different types of contact lenses available to suit your individual vision and lifestyle needs. Your eye care practitioner can help you choose the right type of contact lens for you. Read more on Korean circle lenses …
Once you have your contact lens prescription, the cards are in your hands. Have a couple brands you’ve heard of but can’t seem to choose? Not to fear. Contact lens companies often offer a “one box free” contact lens trial, so feel free to reach out to a couple of brands before settling with your favorite. Remember, the relationship can only help you if you help yourself first.
Extended wear lenses. You can wear extended wear soft contact lenses while you sleep, but they must be removed for cleaning and disinfecting at least once a week. It’s important to be cautious with overnight use, though, since it increases the risk of eye infections.
Disposable lenses. These lenses are typically more expensive. You wear the lenses during the day and remove them at night. They don’t need to be cleaned or disinfected. You use them for the recommended time frame – such as daily, weekly or monthly – and discard them. You might consider disposable lenses if you wear contacts only occasionally, you can’t tolerate disinfecting solution or you place a premium on convenience.
Avoiding complications : Practice good hygiene. Use clean hands when handling your contacts. Wash your hands with soap and water, rinse and dry them with a lint-free towel.
KPOP2 circle lenses are sold in more than 237 stores in South korea. (August, 2018)
KPOP2 is South Korea’s biggest online and offline circle lenses store. All circle lenses for sale are made in South Korea and have received authorizations from Korean FDA; they are safe to use.
We also design and manufacture tens of products. All products are made in Korea and have received authorizations from Korean FDA. The sandwich technology applied to all of KPOP2’s products ensures the quality.
KPOP2 carries 700 different kinds of cheap circle lenses.We also design and manufacture tens of products. Some of our products are designed and manufactured directly by us.
The sandwich technology was applied to all of our products to ensure high quality. The items we carry are also favorites of Korean girl & boy celebrities.
We are glad to provide fast services and affordable products to our customers all over the world via online shopping store. We hope you join in and enjoy our services.
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