Are Colored Contact Lenses for Astigmatism available?
A lot of people with astigmatism choose to wear contact lenses on a regular basis instead of eyeglasses. Contact lenses that correct astigmatism are called Toric lenses. If you suffer from astigmatism, we also have colored contact lenses for astigmatism that also enhance or completely change your natural eye color.
Colored contacts for astigmatism work the same way as other toric lenses, they correct your vision while also allowing you to change the appearance of your eyes.
Are colored toric contacts safe?
The short answer: Yes. Always seek your eye doctor's advice first should you decide to wear colored contact lenses. As long as they are prescribed by your eye doctor and you follow hygienic practices, then you can feel confident wearing colored contacts.
Where can I buy Colored Contact Lenses for Astigmatism?
We have soft toric colored contacts available in monthly, 3-monthly and yearly varieties, you can find them here.
Our colored contacts for astigmatism are high quality lenses that are custom-made for you, so it takes some time to receive them.
Which types of colored Contact Lenses for Astigmatism can I chose from?
There are 2 types of colored contact lenses:
Lenses with enhancement tints: These are good for light-colored eyes. They enhance the color of your eyes, helping them to stand out and appear more vibrant. They are typically mostly transparent.
Lenses with opaque tint: These lenses can actually change the color of your eyes by altering the appearance of the iris. If you have dark eyes, you will need an opaque tint of colored contacts in order to notice a difference in eye color.
Can I order colored contact lenses for astigmatism without an Rx?
We ship to many different destinations, including the USA.
If you’re ordering your contact lenses from the USA, then just like here in Portugal, there’s no need to send us your prescription. If your current contact lens prescription is correct, you can buy contact lenses online without a prescription from Interlenses.
Your prescription (the contact lens parameters you need) can be found on the side of your contact lens box.