You here by certify that you have a valid prescription for the contact lenses that you are ordering. You represent and warrant to by placing an order that the information you enter into the Site is valid and true and matches your prescription as provided by your eye care provider.

You further certify that you will renew your prescription in strict accordance with your eye care providers suggested regime. You understand that we will not fulfill your order unless you have a valid prescription. You hereby consent to contacting your eye care provider to verify your prescription information and any other necessary information.

How to read your prescription?

Right Eye (O.D.)

OD stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye". The right eye is always listed first on the prescription.

Left Eye (O.S.)

OS stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin. We'll give you free shipping if you can guess its English translation. It's always listed second on a prescription.

Power / Sphere

Sometimes abbreviated to PWR, SPH, or something similar, they all mean the same thing: it's the strength of your prescription.

It will have a plus or minus before it depending on if you're nearsighted (-) or farsighted (+).

Base Curve (BC)

It's a number between 8 and 10 that measures the curve of the lens. The larger the number, the flatter the lens. The base curve determines how the lens fits on your eye and most brands only produce contacts in a couple of base curve options.

Diameter (DIA)

The width of the lens in millimeters. Most brands manufacture contacts in one standard size between 13.5 and 15 mm wide.

Expiration Date

Your prescription is valid for one or two years, depending on which state you live in.

How to order?

Please enter valid prescription in prescription box, during check out please send a email of your valid prescription to or enter all information manually in check out box.