The Bausch & Lomb SofLens Natural Colors

by Kelly O'Gea

Bausch & Lomb SofLens Natural Color help you achieve a natural looking eye color.

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You think you are all ready for a night out on the town. You have picked out the perfect outfit, your hair is styled just so and your makeup is pristine. But how does your eye color work with your outfit? With Bausch & Lomb SofLens Natural Colors, you can change your eye color to match any outfit or occasion.

About Baush & Lomb

Bausch & Lomb is a company that specializes in eye care products and has been in operation since 1853, when it started as a small optical shop in Rochester, New York. Today, Bausch & Lomb is known for its contact lenses and contact lens care products, its pharmaceutical products for eye conditions such as glaucoma, eye allergies, conjunctivitis, dry eye and retinal diseases, and its surgical instruments and devices.

Using SofLens Natural Colors

SofLens Natural Colors are contact lenses that change the color of your eye and completely mask your own natural eye color. They can be used as corrective lenses, or a non-corrective pair of lenses can be used by those with good vision. These lenses are also advertised as having the ability to give your eyes a distinguishable sparkle and shine. Each lens can be worn daily for up to a month and are available in nine colors.

Blues and Greens

Bausch & Lomb SofLens Natural Colors offers four varieties of green and two varieties of blue to choose from. Among the greens offered are Amazon, which is a bright, grass-colored green, Jade, which is a pale green, Emerald, which is a rich, dark green, and Aquamarine, which is a light green with faint hints of blue. The blues offered are Topaz, which is a deep, ocean-colored blue, and Pacific, which is a light, crystalline blue.

Other Colors Available

Bausch & Lomb SofLens Natural Colors offers three additional colors as well. One of the additional colors offered is Platinum, which is a light, steel-colored gray. Another color option is Indigo, which is a light purple that is the shade of lilacs. The last color option available is India. India is a particularly golden-colored shade of hazel.

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About the Author

Kelly O'Gea entered journalism in 2009. Since then, she has been the general editor of the collegiate publication "GAMBIT." O'Gea has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Southeastern Louisiana University.