Contact Lens

1578 items found in Contact Lens
₱250.00
(42)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱110.00
₱350.00-69%
(3)
Philippines
₱299.00
(24)
Philippines
₱359.00
(3)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱299.00
(14)
Philippines
₱299.00
₱429.00-30%
(1)
Philippines
₱240.00
(5)
Philippines
₱350.00
(19)
Philippines
₱250.00
(15)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱240.00
(1)
Philippines
₱350.00
(38)
Philippines
₱450.00
(2)
Philippines
₱350.00
(64)
Philippines
₱110.00
₱350.00-69%
(1)
Philippines
₱299.00
(6)
Philippines
₱359.00
(1)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱300.00
₱500.00-40%
(7)
Philippines
₱599.00
(4)
Philippines
₱449.00
₱800.00-44%
(3)
Philippines
₱359.00
(1)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱250.00
(9)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱359.00
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱240.00
Philippines
₱250.00
(1)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱240.00
(1)
Philippines
₱350.00
(13)
Philippines
₱600.00
(1)
Philippines
₱500.00
₱600.00-17%
(14)
Philippines
₱350.00
(18)
Philippines
₱399.00
(2)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱240.00
Philippines
₱350.00
(17)
Philippines
₱359.00
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱399.00
(1)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱399.00
(4)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱250.00
(9)
National Capital Region (NCR)
₱699.00
₱1,200.00-42%
(1)
Philippines
₱599.00
(5)
Philippines
₱500.00
₱600.00-17%
(2)
Philippines
Related Categories

The Much Needed and Corrective Contact Lenses

Most people have probably used contact lenses before, either as a form of fashion, or as a medical need to help the user’s eyesight. These simple lenses have been widely popular, ever since the item has been proven to be an appropriate substitute for eye glasses. Suddenly, any person who is farsighted or nearsighted can go out without glasses, and see the view as clear as if they were using them. Any type of lens can be very helpful for any type of person, whether he is wearing it as a replacement for spectacles, or as a new form of a fashion statement.


The Ever Loved Contact Lenses’ History

Many people today see the contact lens as a new form technology, with the first eye lenses being made recently in the 90s, but the true creator of the idea is in fact Leonardo Da Vinci!. He first proposed this idea through the water and the bowl idea, which will be the basis of the mini bowl-like lenses for people. Fast forward to today, and the medical miracle given by the contact lenses now have different uses aside from correcting vision. You can also get the proper contacts that you can temporarily put in your eyes, depending on the type of look you would like.


    Corrective Contact Lenses

  • Overview: The very first and more known version of the contact lenses is its corrective variant, known to help people with difficulty seeing adjust their vision so that they can see much better. This type of lenses also come with appropriate medication to your eye.
  • Uses: The corrective contact lenses are medically-approved lenses for people who are visually impaired. You cannot get these types of lenses without an eye doctor’s consent, but can be very helpful for people who want to see much better.

    Therapeutic Contact Lenses

  • Overview: Another medically approved contact lenses, these therapeutic lenses are made for aesthetic correctness, allowing people with visible problems with their eyes to be properly corrected.
  • Uses: Majority of the therapeutic lenses are made to correct the “lazy eye” illness a number of people are experiencing. Most of these lenses can still be worn by many people, albeit it does not do anything aside provide cooling of the eyes, and a bit of protection from dust and other tasks at hand.

    Cosmetic Lenses

  • Overview: One of the more popular versions of the contact lenses is the cosmetic version, all made with the idea of changing the appearance of your eyes. Most of the popular contact lenses mimic media eyes, while others change the overall color of your iris
  • Uses: Most of the cosmetic lenses are made for fashion, changing your overall look by changing the color of your eyes. However, some contact lenses still need the doctor’s consent, especially if you have the corrective-cosmetic type of lenses.