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Biomedics 55

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I think it's me, I q Review by Carlos
I think it's me, I quickly teetsd the cornell box demo and didn't want to run it during a long time (I don't remember exactly because I took this screenshot from ). And from beta 2, OptiX supports GeForce cards (Posted on 9/6/14)
You can get some gre Review by Malo
You can get some green non-prescription colored coantcts by checking out the websites of contact lens manufacturers. They do give away free samples of colored coantcts. Try sites like Acuvue Colours / Colors and others. You will probably still need to see an eye doctor to get them but doing that is pretty easy. It's something everyone has to do by law. Good luck! (Posted on 9/5/14)
cathy cestaroMay 19, Review by Miek
cathy cestaroMay 19, 2011 i would like to have one of the free pair of coeorld contacts without a prescription..i have naturally blue eyes and would like to change them up once in a while..if i enjoy what you have to offer i would take into consideration ordering them from you in the future.so pleas let me know how i go about geeting a free sample and the colors that i can choose from..thank you cathy cestaro (Posted on 9/5/14)
Hi Regina,Both hazel Review by Svetlana
Hi Regina,Both hazel and gray are popular corols for contact lenses. We don't carry them here but you can find places to order them online either with or without a prescription. Remember that if you order them in the USA, then you'll need to show a prescription to get them since all contact lenses (corrective or not) do require a prescription. There may be some retailers that don't require them but they would be breaking the law that was enacted in 2005. (Posted on 9/5/14)
Cody, good choice! B Review by Chika
Cody, good choice! Blue coolred contacts are fun to try so that you can change the color of your eyes. To get them will depend on where you live. In some countries like the US, UK and Canada, it's the law that you will need a prescription since color contacts are classified as being medical devices by the FDA. There are some websites here in the US that will sell them to you anyways. In that case (as far as we understand), they would be liable for doing this not you as the consumer. (Posted on 9/5/14)
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