Stitched Mummy Contact LensesItem #: 18664
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Stitched Mummy Contact Lenses
Extravagant Halloween contact lenses for scary mummy costumes
The Stitched Mummy Contact Lenses are white motif contact lenses with a black rim and a black stitching aross the iris. These zombie contact lenses will look great with lots of different fancy dress outfits such as mummy costumes or Frankenstein's bride costumes. The black stitching makes these white contacts look extra creepy so they are perfect for all kinds of spooky Halloween looks.
With these white and black contact lenses you will scare the living daylights out of everyone. The Stitched Mummy Contact Lenses are guaranteed to attract a lot of attention and you can be sure to be the star of any fancy dress party. Add a spooky Halloween makeup and scary costume to your stitched eyeballs and roam the streets!
These contact lenses completely hide the original colour of your eyes and are therefore suitable for light and dark eyes. It may take up to two hours for your eyes to get used to the shape of these contact lenses. It is possible that the contact lenses turn out of their original position during this period.
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Additional information (Stitched Mummy Contact Lenses):
- Contents: 1 pair of soft contact lenses, no sight correction power (plano)
- Water content: 38%, for comfortable wear
- Useable up to 3 months
- We recommend a maximum wearing time of 8 hours per day.
- Not suitable for persons under the age of 16.
- Diameter (DIA): 14.2 mm, base curve (BC): 8.60 mm
- Supplied sterile in sealed glass vials
Warning: Before using contact lenses for the first time, make sure to make yourself thoroughly familiar with the instructions for the use of contact lenses. In case of any questions or the slightest uncertainty regarding the handling of your contact lenses, please contact an ophtalmologist or eye care specialist. If you are completely unfamiliar with the handling of contact lenses and have no specialist knowledge regarding the use of contact lenses, we strongly advise you against using them! We recommend a maximum wearing time of 8 hours per day.
Not suitable for persons under the age of 16.