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Coloured contact lenses allow you to transform the colour of your eyes by covering your iris’ natural colour in a matter of moments. Whether it be exclusively for appearance, or with the added benefit of including prescription, we’ve got you covered.
Where to buy coloured contact lenses
Not only can you find a stunning range of designer sunglasses and glasses on our site, but you can also find the coloured contact lenses you have been searching for. For those of you that need to consider function as well as aesthetics, we also have prescription colour contact lenses so you won't have to compromise.
At SmartBuyGlasses UK, we have an array of stock that cover all bases in terms of lens type. From multifocal to toric lenses, with trusted brands like freshlook coloured contact lenses, you can rest assured that you are getting the best products for your needs.
Is it safe to wear coloured contact lenses?
In short, yes, coloured contact lenses are absolutely safe to wear. As long as you follow the guidelines of when to replace your contacts and how to properly care for them, they are just as safe as normal contact lenses. If you are an indecisive person and change your mind about what colour contact lenses you want day by day, you can make use of daily disposable contacts and mix them up whenever you feel like it, all whilst staying safe and taking care of your eyes.
At what age can you wear coloured contact lenses in the UK?
Even though there is not a legal minimum age in the UK before you can start wearing coloured contact lenses, most optometrists suggest that from the age of about 13 and up, you are good to go. However, this is a decision that should be made by parents based on how responsible their child is regarding these matters. Kid’s glasses are a better option for anyone that feels their child is not ready for contact lenses just yet.