When you were a little kid glitter was the sort of thing that needed to be dumped in copious handful onto every craft project in sight. This inevitably lead to glitter being tracked everywhere around the room and your home. Chances are good your parents tried to keep you away from glitter as if you were playing with matches and gasoline. Fortunately, glitter still remains as a great way to add sparkle to your life, without transforming your home into a shimmering wonderland, in these grown up Glitter Body Sprays. They are the perfect thing to add a touch of glitter to your Halloween costume or your outfit before heading out for a fun night on the town.
This glitter body spray comes with a mild adhesive component to help it stick to your skin without becoming a permanent part of your wardrobe. Best of all, you can get it in three distinct shades of silver, gold and iridescent. It comes in lightly pressured aerosol cans that contain 2.5 fluid ounces of shimmering, grownup body glitter.
You must be 18 years or older to wear cosmetic contact lenses.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR WEARING COSMETIC CONTACT LENSES IMPORTANT INFORMATION
PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION BEFORE USING COSMETIC CONTACT LENSES
Cosmetic contact lenses are like other contact lenses, but are intended solely to change the normal appearance of the eye in decorative/cosmetic fashion.
These products are intended to be worn only with the assistance of a qualified eye care professional and professional eye care supervision. Do not wear these lenses if you have not had an eye exam in the past year, have never worn contact lenses or have not been trained in contact lens insertion and removal technique and lens care. Like other contact lenses, cosmetic lenses can cause a variety of eye injuries and conditions. Contact lens wear can cause infection, redness, corneal ulcer and or other problems if not used properly.
Certain ocular (eye) problems such as infection if left untreated can lead to corneal scarring, which can lead to vision impairment. In extreme cases, corneal ulcer can result in blindness and eye loss. Other risks include conjunctivitis; corneal edema; allergic reaction; abrasion; and reduction in visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and other visual functions resulting in interference with driving and other activities. These risks cannot be sufficiently controlled unless: (1) the wearer obtains contact lens wearing advise from an eye contact professional. (2) The lenses are evaluated by an eye care professional. (3) The wearer remains under appropriate professional supervision, including yearly eye exams.
Cosmetic Contact Lens Care
As other contact lenses, cosmetic contact lenses must be cared for properly. Please memorize the following guidelines before wearing cosmetic contact lenses:
Follow the above cleaning and care instructions
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