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Hello Everybody, I want to show you a quick review about these beauties. The green lenses from Geo Coloured Lenses. As you perhaps can remember, I have already reviewed another pair of the 'Here' Check it out if you like. I promise I will make another review with these lenses soon, but as you know: We're in exams. I had taken this picture a while ago and thought it was time to share it with you guys.
The lenses are called: "Geo Angel Green Lenses". They are very comfortable, I wore them for like 5 hours and they didn't irritate my eyes. 9/10
- I think this colors is just amazing. I have dark brown eyes, so those are definitely my best lenses considering color! 9/10
- The base curve = 8.6 mm and as you perhaps know, this is rather good since the curve of yours should be 8.9 mm in general. (When it's less, it means that the lens is tight to your eyes, meaning there will be less oxygen and more pressure onto you cornea. This can damage you eyes. I advise you to pay attention to this.) 7/10
- Diameter: 14.2 mm. I do think this size is great for me. Not the hard to put in. I suggest when you start with lenses, you start with a Diameter like this. When the diameter of lenses are bigger, they are harder to put in and allow less oxygen. 8/10
- Water Content: 40%. This is rather well, because most circle lenses have a 35%. A true soft lens should allow 50% to 99% of oxygen . I'm glad this lens is more, the more water content, the better it is for your eyes. 7/10
- Type: 1 year disposal. I adore that you can use them for one year, but ones they start hurting or irritation I advise you to trow them away!!
- Prescription: we didn't do this, but it's definitely a plus when you are wearing glasses!
- What we love as well is that it comes with a lens case! Which is of course very handy! Also I advise you to take a good solution! (No Hema, No Kruitvat! Highly advised, do not try it!)
- Geocolouredlenses also has a lens guide, very hand if you start!