Hydroxy Graphite


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  • Sales Price: USD 16.90 / box (2 lenses per box)
Type: 3 months Disposable
Manufactured by: Flash


Buy Promotion New Discounted Price Total Saving
2 box & above 10% discount USD 15.21 per box USD 3.38 per 2 box
3 box & above 15% discount USD 14.37 per box USD 7.61 per 3 box

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Hydroxy Graphite Contact Lens Information

In Stock: Shipout within 3 to 5 business days
Water Content: 45%
Material: Hydrogel Terpolymer
FDA approved material. CE approved.
100% Quality Inspection.
Proven in permanency test of colour pigments.  
Packaging: 2 lenses per box 
Lens type: 3 months Disposable 

The Flash Hydroxy Graphite colored contacts lens series is another stunning collection from Maxvue Vision. Flash Hydroxy series lenses light and natural color pattern designs will gives your eye look a vibrant twist!
Flash Hydroxy Graphite colored contacts Series by MaxVue Vision is an ultra modern technology in coloring contact lenses. Flash lenses produced using new light blending design that ensures the color contact lens work well for both dark and light eyes. The Hydroxy grey contact lenses creates a radical change of your eye color whereby it can covers even the darkest color. 
Flash series colored contact lenses are produced using the latest full cast moulding system with colour absorption technology for exceptional full day comfort. 

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