Coastal.com Help Center
Frequently Asked Questions For Halloween Contact Lenses
- Are the SFX lenses FDA approved?
- Do I need a prescription to purchase SFX lenses?
- Do they come in prescription powers?
- Can I wear SFX lenses if I require toric lenses?
- How long can I wear them for?
- How many times can I wear them?
- Do SFX lenses expire?
- When can I receive them by?
- What is the cutoff date to order for Halloween?
- Do SFX lenses come in + powers?
- Do I need to provide my ECP info?
- If I have a prescription for Wild Eyes can I get SFX lenses?
- Can I sleep with them in?
- Can I drive with these?
- Can I share my SFX lenses with friends/family members?
- Will I be able to see out of the lenses?
- Will these fit any persons eyes?
- Will they cover my eye color? Even if I have really dark eyes?
- Is the price per lens/box/pair?
- What if I don't like them?
- What if they don't fit?
- What do I need to care for my SFX lenses?
Yes. All of our SFX lenses are FDA approved theatrical grade lenses.
If you are a resident of the United States because of the Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act we are required to verify your prescription. For everyone, we strongly recommend that you get fitted by your local eye care professional. Contact lenses come in a variety of parameters and your Dr. can help you find the pair that is right for you.
You will not receive all of the vision correction necessary, it is best to consult your optician to confirm the amount of vision you will have without a toric lens. If the lens has a specific direction it needs to sit in (for example the Cat Eye) the astigmatism will cause the lens to rotate in your eye.
Most of the machine-made lenses are offered in specific prescription ranges.
You should not wear your SFX lenses for longer than 8 hours a day. If you feel discomfort while wearing any contact lens, remove the lens immediately and contact your eye care professional.
You can wear your SFX lenses up to 10 times. You must follow proper contact lens care and cleaning routines.
The lenses have an expiry date of one year from when you open the vial.
Depending on the shipping method you choose, you will receive your SFX lenses in 1-2 business days (courier) or 3-5 business days (priority). If they are not in stock, you can expect delivery in approximately 5-10 business days. For US customers, please allow 1-2 days for prescription verification.
Canadian residents, for instock items we advise that you order by October 27 (courier shipping). US residents, for instock items we advise that you order by October 26 (courier shipping). Please note, there is no guarantee that you will receive your lenses by Halloween. Order as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
They do not come in + powers, currently our manufacturer only makes the most common prescriptions.
We do not require ECP info for Canadian residents. US residents: Because of the The Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act you will need to provide your doctor’s name and phone number for prescription verification.
No. Wild Eyes lenses are a specific brand of SFX lenses.
Because they are not the same product, US residents will require a new prescription to order SFX lenses.
No. You should never sleep in your contact lenses unless your Dr. has prescribed you lenses for this purpose.
We do not recommend driving while wearing SFX lenses as it can distort your vision.
No. You can not share your contact lenses with anyone. Each person should be fitted by their eye care professional.
Yes, except for the Frosty lens which does not have a pupil hole. However, vision may be obscured by some lenses.
Yes, however SFX lenses tend to look different from person to person.
SFX lenses are priced per vial(lens)
These are final sale seasonal products with no exchanges or refunds.
You can not exchange or return them, so you should consult your eye care professional before purchasing the lenses to ensure a great fit.
You will need a lens case and multi-purpose solution. A lens case will be provided free of charge with every order. You should discuss proper lens care and cleaning with your eye care professional. If you have any concern that you have not cleaned your lenses properly, do not wear them.