Ideal for those looking to replicate the vibrant blue livestreaming contact lenses worn by Isaiah Charms in the fourth instalment of The Purge, 2018’s The First Purge, our I-Glow blue UV contact lenses look great in natural light but appear lightning bright when phosphors in the blue dye are exposed to radiation from UV/blacklight. Participating in the radical sociological experiment conceived by the New Founding Fathers of America, Isaiah wears the blue camera-equipped contact lenses to livestream his first-hand experience back to the government in exchange for money.
Mass bloodshed aside, our Blue UV contacts can also be used to replicate the glowing blue eyes of popular cosplay characters such as Sonic The Hedgehog, Bumblebee from Transformers and Marvel’s immortal Thor (God Of Thunder) when depicting using his lightning powers.
Unfortunately, our blue uv contacts aren’t cappable of livestreaming like those seen in The Purge and they won’t glow upon the manifestatoon of fictional powers, but they do feature FDA approved blue UV dye, a 90-day ligfespan and can be worn for up to eight consecutive hours which makes them great for comic cons and Halloween parties as well as photoshoots and even nights out.
- Sold as a pair
- 38% water content
- Packaged in sterile buffered isotonic saline
- Manufactured in accordance with the EU Cosmetics Directive
- Produced under ISO International Standards quality control
- Manufactured in the UK
Available as a 90 Day life span.
Comfort & Durability
Upto 12 Month Life-Span
Made In The UK
Safe & Sterile
Word's No1 Brand
|Life Span||90 Day|
|Contents||1 Pair (2x lenses)|
|Material||38% Water & 62% Polymacon|
NZ Post Tracked ($16.99)
Estimated arrival within 4-8 days.
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