This is uniqso.com official blog solely created to increase awareness among customers about the safe use of cosmetic & prescription contact lenses. We deal in selling ISO & CE approved circle lenses that guarantee 100% user satisfaction & health assurance. Please keep visiting this little planet for detailed information on circle lenses, health risks associated with circle lenses on improper usage & prevention, beauty & fashion trends along with the generic product reviews! Learn more about us here

Color Contact Lens Basic Info

Color Contact Lens Basic Info

Travelling with Contact Lens: Keeping Hand Hygiene In Place

Contact lens users around the globe are constantly reminded to keep hygiene at optimum especially with their hands. This is to prevent causing any harm to your eyes. But how do you do so when you are out and about travelling with contact lenses intact in your eyes? Often mishaps like discomfort in your eyes happen and running…

What is Cylinder in Contact Lenses - All You Need to Know
Color Contact Lens Basic Info

What is Cylinder in Contact Lenses – All You Need to Know

Introducing Cylinder in Contact Lenses What is Cylinder in contact lenses? It's a type of Cylindrical Power that corrects astigmatism to a certain degree. The CYL value in Cylindrical Power comes in an AXIS value that represents the angle of the CYL level. Ready to learn more? Just keep scrolling! 3 Signs Of Wrong Contacts Prescription SymptomsHow do…

Colored Contact Lens

frozen colored contact lenses
Colored Contacts Care & MaintenanceCommon Problem With Colored Contact Lens

How to Revive Frozen Colored Contact Lenses?

When you live in higher altitudes or often visit places that experience winter most of the time during the year, wearing contact lenses could pose several risks to users. From the occasional dry eye syndrome to frozen contact lenses, one can never be to prepared for any kind of unforeseen winter-related drama. Although it’s kind of rare for contact lenses…

Colored Contacts FAQ

Can You Wear Blue Light Blocking Glasses with Contacts?

Have you wondered why do people use blue light blocking contacts? Do you know if blue light glasses are safe to use with contact lenses? Living in the age of technology, it is impossible to avoid staring at a screen for hours on end. Even after work, most of us would relax on the couch for a movie…

Colored Contacts Care & Maintenance

frozen colored contact lenses
Colored Contacts Care & MaintenanceCommon Problem With Colored Contact Lens

How to Revive Frozen Colored Contact Lenses?

When you live in higher altitudes or often visit places that experience winter most of the time during the year, wearing contact lenses could pose several risks to users. From the occasional dry eye syndrome to frozen contact lenses, one can never be to prepared for any kind of unforeseen winter-related drama. Although it’s kind of rare for contact lenses…

Colored Contacts Care & MaintenanceColored Contacts FAQ

How to Avoid Ripping Contact Lenses – Tips You’ll Need

Contact lens users sometimes struggle with keeping their contact lenses intact. Contact lenses are super delicate so when not handled with care, there is a pretty high chance that it can keep ripping or ets stuck in the eyes. Pulling out contact lenses too hard while removing them from the eyes can cause ripping. It could also happen…

Colored Contacts FAQ

Colored Contacts FAQ

Can You Wear Blue Light Blocking Glasses with Contacts?

Have you wondered why do people use blue light blocking contacts? Do you know if blue light glasses are safe to use with contact lenses? Living in the age of technology, it is impossible to avoid staring at a screen for hours on end. Even after work, most of us would relax on the couch for a movie…

Colored Contacts Care & MaintenanceColored Contacts FAQ

How to Avoid Ripping Contact Lenses – Tips You’ll Need

Contact lens users sometimes struggle with keeping their contact lenses intact. Contact lenses are super delicate so when not handled with care, there is a pretty high chance that it can keep ripping or ets stuck in the eyes. Pulling out contact lenses too hard while removing them from the eyes can cause ripping. It could also happen…

Contact Us

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Subject

    Your Message