Tag: prescription

Cosmetic contacts lenses – also known as costume or decorative contact lenses – can change the way your eye looks without correcting your vision. While they may seem like just another fashion accessory, the fact is all contacts require a...

All contact lenses – even cosmetic ones that only change your appearance – require a prescription.

Anyone who sells you lenses without getting a copy of your prescription or verifying your prescription information with your prescriber is...

Halloween is right around the corner. And if you’re looking to top off your costume by wearing cosmetic contact lenses, read on. 

Cosmetic contacts – also known as costume or decorative contact lenses – can change the...

A thief may use your name or health insurance numbers to see a doctor, get prescription drugs, file claims with your insurance provider, or get other care. If the thief’s health information is mixed with yours, your treatment, insurance and...

To promote Contact Lens Health Week 2017, the FTC will be a guest on a live Twitter chat hosted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This year’s theme is Healthy habits mean healthy eyes, with an emphasis on encouraging youth to...

You might want to think twice before buying cosmetic contact lenses – and the reason may surprise you.

What are cosmetic contacts? They’re contact lenses meant to change the way your eye looks, rather than correct your vision. Change can...

Before you head to the eye doctor, take 30 seconds to watch a new video from the FTC about your eyewear prescription rights.

Federal law requires your eye doctor to give you your contact lens prescription after your fitting and your...

Your eye doctor must give you your prescription after your fitting. It’s the law. Learn more at FTC.gov/contacts.

The FTC enforces the Contact Lens Rule, which gives you the right to get your contact lens prescription from your eye doctor – whether you ask for it or not – at no extra charge. This right also is known as the automatic prescription release...

Halloween is right around the corner. And if you’re looking to top off your costume by wearing cosmetic contact lenses, read on.

Cosmetic contacts – also known as costume or decorative contact lenses – can change the way your eye looks...

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