Sclera Contacts are 22mm diameter. All of our contacts are sold as a pair (2 These contacts will last for 1 year, but are not intended for regular use. It is recommended that they are worn for a maximum of 6 hours at a time.
It is highly recommended to carry a small bottle of eye drops with you (available from any chemist) in case your eyes begin to feel dry while wearing sclera contacts.
Our sterile hydrophillic soft sclera contacts are made with 62% polymacon, 38% water immersed in buffered saline solution with high oxygen permeability for comfort.
The centre of Scleral contact lenses is transparent allowing the wearer to see through the centre. Sclera Full Eye Coloured Lenses are designed to fit most eyes, however some people may find them uncomfortable to wear for an extended period of time if not used to contact lenses.
"Sclera" contacts should not be confused with "Scleral" contact lenses. The former are a soft fashion accessory and do not contain a fluid reservoir. The latter is an optometric vision altering device requiring a prescription. You can learn more about the difference here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scleral_lens
It should be noted that the devices sold on this site are not technically "contact lenses". A lens is by definition, an optical element which converges or diverges light. Our devices do not alter vision in this way and so cannot technically be considered contact lenses. Because they do not alter vision in the way a lens does, and so are not a medical device, they do not require a prescription for sale. This is the reason why vision altering glasses legally require a prescription from an optometrist, but non-vision altering fancy dress glasses or sunglasses do not. We describe the devices as “contact lenses” purely for marketing purposes to easily communicate with our customers, but they are in fact cosmetic fashion accessories.
Create a truly striking effect with Sclera Full Eye Coloured Contacts which are designed to cover the whole eye. These full eye coloured lenses are very popular in the movie and fashion industries and will really be the crowning jewel for any costume. Sclera lenses are used in movies such as the whited-out eyes of the monsters in Evil Dead, or blacked-out eyes in Underworld and Underworld: Evolution, or the Star Trek episode Where No Man Has Gone Before. These lenses are used extensively in Cosplay for characters such as X-Men, Avatar, Tokyo Ghoul and Naruto.