Frequently Asked Question


1. Why we use Venicol contact lenses?

Venicol contact lenses are innovative, high-quality lenses designed to provide exceptional comfort and clear vision for wearers. These lenses are crafted using advanced materials and technology to ensure a comfortable wearing experience.

2. What types of Venicol contact lenses are available?

Venicol offers a range of options, including, weekly or monthly replacement lenses, toric lenses for astigmatism, and multifocal lenses for presbyopia.

3. How long can I wear Venicol contact lenses?

The wearing time for Venicol lenses may vary based on the type and your eye health. Please follow the recommended usage guidelines provided by your eye care professional.

4. Are Venicol lenses suitable for sensitive eyes?

Yes, Venicol lenses are designed with materials that prioritize comfort and are suitable for many individuals with sensitive eyes. However, individual responses may vary, so it's recommended to consult with an eye care professional.

5. How should I care for Venicol contact lenses?

Proper lens care is crucial. Follow the instructions provided with your lenses. Typically, it involves cleaning and storing them in a suitable lens solution.

6. Can I sleep with Venicol contact lenses?

Unless specifically designed for extended wear, it's generally advised not to sleep with contact lenses to prevent potential eye health issues. Follow the recommended usage guidelines.

7. Are Venicol lenses available with prescription powers?

Yes, Venicol lenses are available in a wide range of prescription powers to accommodate various visual needs.

8. How do I know which Venicol contact lens is right for me?

We recommend consulting an eye care professional who can assess your eye health and lifestyle to suggest the most suitable type of Venicol lens for your needs.

9. Can I purchase Venicol lenses online?

Yes, Venicol lenses may be available for purchase online through our website and authorized retailers or your eye care professional's website.

10. What should I do if I experience discomfort while wearing Venicol lenses?

If you experience discomfort, remove the lenses immediately and consult with your eye care professional. Discomfort could signal an ill fit or other issues that need attention.