Frequentlyasked questions
  • How do I change my account email/password/address?
    You can change your personal information by logging into your Anesthesia account. If you’ve bought your lenses without registering, please email us your order ID and the information you want to update.
  • Will Anesthesia save my card details?
    No, Anesthesia doesn’t store your card details.
  • What is the most common mistake made when ordering?
    We know you’re excited about your purchase. So are we about your fabulous new look. Making a powerful beauty statement is absolutely something to be thrilled about. But, very often, the rush of excitement may distract your focus from entering the correct delivery address, double checking the lenses or quantity you’re about to purchase, or any other details. So, when placing your order for delivery, be sure to check order details carefully, like product name and specifications, quantity, price, delivery and email address, etc., before you make the final payment. Be attentive, avoid the unnecessary hustle, and enjoy your new Anesthesia lenses!
  • Can I cancel or edit my order?

    If it’s still early in the order process and your lenses haven’t been shipped yet, you can get in touch to find out if we can edit your order details:

    • Delivery address
    • Email address
    • Change of lens power
    • Change of color
    • Adding an item

    You can also cancel your order after placement, however, with reason, and place a new one with the item or items you want.

    Just email us with the order ID, and we will accommodate your request if your order hasn’t been shipped.

    Once your order has been processed and dispatched for international delivery, unfortunately, you can’t cancel it. But you may send us a request to change your delivery address. Please note that additional charges may apply according to a new delivery location.

    For the local (Kuwait) deliveries, cancellation options are available without extra charges.

    Contact us at +965 69030355 or [email protected]

  • When will my order be shipped?

    International orders are processed within two days (excluding Friday). Any exceptional delays will be communicated by email.

    Local (Kuwait) orders will be delivered within a day (or 24 hrs.).

    You will receive an email confirming your shipment has been sent.

  • How do I use a promotional code?
    In the Shopping Cart, there’s an Order Summary where you can enter the coupon code before making a payment.
  • What countries do you ship to?

    We ship our lenses almost anywhere in the world! Due to their local regulations, the only exceptions are the following countries: Mexico, Israel, Palestine, Argentina, and Ukraine.

    If your country is excluded from delivery, please get in touch with our agent in Germany to have Anesthesia lenses delivered to your location.

    Company Name: Famess GmbH
    Contact Person: Iman Semmo-Omeirat,
    Address: Danziger Straße 15, 46238 Bottrop, Germany
    tel : +49 152 31034851
    email: [email protected]

  • What are your shipping options?

    Your Anesthesia lenses will be delivered by reliable shipping couriers:

    • DHL
    • FedEx
    • Aramex
    • UPS
  • What are your shipping charges?

    A standard $12 shipping charge will apply to each order. The remote-control areas may charge extra if applicable.

    If you spend $135 or more, the delivery is free.

    Please note: Anesthesia is NOT responsible for any sales taxes, duties, or other fees applied by the customs service in your country.

  • How long does the shipping take?

    Anesthesia provides you with standard shipping options and the fastest international delivery.

    Destination Shipping Method Shipping Time*
    United States Standard 3-5 Business Days
    Canada Standard 3-5 Business Days
    Gulf Countries Standard 2-3 Business Days
    Europe Countries Standard 3-5 Business Days
    International Standard Intl. 5-7 Business Days

    The Shipping Time above represents the time after dispatch from our shipping facility as advertised by reliable shipping couriers.

    Local (Kuwait) delivery is available within a day (or 24hrs.). You can also pick up your Anesthesia lenses from our store at the address: Salmiya, Block -7, Salem Mubarak Street, beside Al-Tijari Bank, White Tower, 1st Floor, Office-5.

  • What are your payment methods?

    You can pay using:

    • PayPal
    • K-NET
    • VISA International
    • MasterCard
    • MADA
    • Apple pay
  • How do I track my order?
    Once your lenses have been shipped, you will receive an email notification with your shipment status, tracking number, tracking link, and the courier delivering your order.
  • I think my order contains faulty contact lenses. What shall I do?

    You can request a refund, and we will refund the purchase price (excluding delivery charges for online purchases) using your original payment method once we have determined that your request meets the following criteria:

    • Your refund request is accompanied by images and a valid reason for the refund.
    • The request is submitted within one week of the order & delivery date.

    The refund will be issued within ten business days. However, depending on the payment method, the refund may take ten to sixty days to arrive.

  • Can I exchange the Anesthesia lenses I bought?

    The lenses can be exchanged if the following criteria are met:

    • The exchange request is made within ten days of the payment date.
    • The lenses are returned in their original condition, with the seal intact.
    • The exchange request will be processed within seven days of receiving and inspecting the returned lenses.

    Please note that you are responsible for shipping and destination country fees.

  • What if my order was damaged in transit?
    While we do everything we can to deliver your order on time, Anesthesia is not liable for any loss or damage caused by any event beyond our reasonable control or foresight.
  • How long will it take for my refund to be credited to my bank/PayPal account?
    The refund will be processed within ten working days. However, depending on your payment method, receiving the refund may take ten to sixty days.
  • What are Anesthesia lenses?

    Anesthesia lenses are soft colored contact lenses that naturally enhance or completely change the color of your eyes.

    Presently, Anesthesia offers six distinctive collections: Anesthesia USA – inspired by some of the landmark cities in the USA – Anesthesia Dream, Anesthesia Celebrity, Anesthesia Addict, Anesthesia Anesthetic, and Anesthesia Once.

    There’s a reason the beauty world is absolutely enamored! Our colored contacts create a powerfully beautiful & flawless look. They are very popular in the USA, UAE, KSA, Kuwait as well as Canada, and the UK.

    Their all-day comfort and exquisite colors and tones make Anesthesia lenses the preferred choice of actresses, beauty influencers, and celebrities like Haya Abdul Salam, Fahriye Evcen, Fouz Al Fahad, Noha Nabil, and Nour Ghandour.

    Go subtle or dramatic. The choice is yours. Either way, you’ll be proud to show off your new look!

  • Are Anesthesia lenses safe?

    Anesthesia lenses are not only safe. They care for your beautiful eyes, which makes them stand out from other contact lens brands.

    Having your safety as our primary concern, we apply the Sandwiching Technology in all our lenses. The pigment layer is pressed in the middle of two transparent lens layers to prevent its direct contact with your eyes. Unlike other contacts on the market that have a color printed on their inside surface, Anesthesia lenses protect your eyes from the harmful effects of color, assuring their comfort and health.

    By augmenting the hydrogen bonding interaction between water and the lens material, Anesthesia lenses retain maximum moisture throughout their use. What’s more, our lenses are designed with UV protection to shield your eyes from damaging UV light.

    Wearing Anesthesia lenses for hours won’t cause you to experience any discomfort or dryness. The Arc Edge technology allows natural tear flow and blood microcirculation in the eyes. Anesthesia won’t tire your eyes, giving you a natural and gorgeous look without concerns.

    Anesthesia lenses comply with ISO and International Medical Standards, carry the CE mark and are FDA-approved.

  • Where are Anesthesia lenses manufactured?
    Our custom colored contact lenses are manufactured in South Korea in state-of-the-art facilities to ensure the highest standards of eye product craftsmanship. Anesthesia lenses are ISO and International Medical Standards compliant, carry the CE mark and are also FDA approved.
  • Where to buy Anesthesia lenses?
    anesthesialenses.com is the official website of the Anesthesia lenses brand, where you can buy with confidence 100% branded, authentic, and FDA-approved Anesthesia colored contact lenses directly from our manufacturing facilities.
  • How are Anesthesia lenses sold?

    Anesthesia lenses are sold in sets of two, one lens for each eye. You can also order Anesthesia lenses with different powers. In this case, two sets of lenses with the power you indicated for each eye will automatically be added to the cart. Before selecting the power, double-check your most recent prescription.

    If you want to buy our lenses solely for eye color change and cosmetic reasons (e.g., to enhance your makeup or fashion choice), select the No Power option when making your order.

  • Anesthesia lenses are naturally designed. What does it mean?
    Anesthesia Arc Edge design will perfectly fit your eyes. Wearing our lenses for hours won’t cause you to experience any discomfort or dryness. The Arc Edge technology allows natural tear flow and blood microcirculation in the eyes. Anesthesia won’t tire your eyes, giving you a natural and gorgeous look without concerns.
  • Can colored contact lenses block UV light?
    Anesthesia lenses are designed with UV-blocking technology and protect the part of the eye they cover from harmful radiation.
  • Are there colored contact lenses that correct vision?
    Yes, Anesthesia lenses correct vision problems. Change your eye color and also correct myopia (nearsightedness) or astigmatism. Indicate the power for each eye when buying the lenses.
  • Are there colored contact lenses that correct astigmatism?
    Yes, Anesthesia lenses correct astigmatism. Anesthesia is proud to be one of the few brands worldwide offering colored contacts in an astigmatic range. Indicate the power for each eye when buying the lenses.
  • Do colored contact lenses come with a prescription?
    Yes, Anesthesia lenses are available in plano (0.00 power) and with refractive powers from 0.00 DS to -9.00 DS in the 0.25 step. We keep all colors and powers in stock to ensure fast international delivery via our preferred courier partners. Lenses from -15.00 DS to -20.00 DS are available by special order.
  • How can I change or enhance my eye color with Anesthesia lenses?

    Anesthesia lenses are perfect for dark eyes. Our fantastic shades have the power to infuse the darkest of eyes with the lightest sea tones. Opaque tints can help you create a natural-looking change with lighter honey-brown or hazel-colored lenses or a dramatic change with vividly colored contact lenses, such as blue, green, or gray. If you have dark skin, vibrantly colored lenses might give you a show-stopping new look.

    If you want to enhance your natural look, you may opt for a tint that deepens your natural eye color or defines the edges of your iris.

    If you have naturally light-colored eyes and a cold complexion with blue-red overtones, you may want to try warm-toned contact lenses, such as light brown, to create a striking new look that everyone notices right away.

    Each lens color in our catalog is available in both cosmetic contact lenses and vision correction lenses.

  • Which Anesthesia lens colors are the most popular?

    Anesthesia Addict Blue, Dream Gray, Dream Blue, Anesthetic Bronze, and the best-selling Addict Lolite are in high demand, particularly in Middle East countries such as the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, and Kuwait.

    Addict Gray, Addict Maroon, Anesthesia USA Vegas Pearl, and LA Mocha are top sellers in the UK, France, Italy, Germany, Canada, the US, Australia, and Europe.

  • Can I wear colored contact lenses?

    You can wear colored contact lenses if you:

    • don’t have any persistent eye health issues like severe eye dryness, inflammation, or susceptibility to eye infections
    • don’t have any eye disease or injury that interferes with contact lens wear
    • don’t have any disease that may be affected by or could impact contact lens wear
    • don’t have certain allergic conditions
    • and aren’t using any eye medications
  • Can wearing colored contact lenses harm my eyes?
    Anesthesia colored contact lenses are a safe and effective form of vision correction and eye color change as long as they are used and cared for properly. They leave no permanent impact or impression on your eyes.
  • Is it okay to wear colored contact lenses every day?

    The quick answer is yes. Regardless of the type and modality of Anesthesia contact lenses you choose to buy, you should be able to use them every day. However, the wear time will depend on your eye health, the type of contact lenses, and whether the necessary hygiene precautions are being taken.

    If you’re experiencing eye dryness, irritation, light sensitivity, or any other unpleasant symptoms, you should take your contacts out and let your eyes rest. Preferably, wear your lenses for shorter periods. If any of the symptoms persist, talk to your eye doctor.

    You must wear and care for your lenses properly to prevent eye health issues. Be sure to change them as the replacement cycle requires. The longer you use a single set of contact lenses, the greater the danger of eye infection.

  • Can I sleep with colored contact lenses on?

    You should not sleep with Anesthesia lenses on. Wearing contact lenses to bed should be avoided because doing so significantly increases the risk of eye infections and even vision loss. Be sure to always remove your contacts before sleeping to allow your eyes to breathe and rest without the lenses.

    Your lenses should be carefully removed and stored in the lens case, and the lens case should be refilled with fresh contact lens solution each time. We recommend you choose a high-quality multi-purpose solution for rinsing and storing soft contact lenses.

  • How long can I wear my colored contact lenses?

    You can generally wear contact lenses for 10-12 hours a day. Of course, this ranges based on your routine. Anesthesia lenses are designed to retain moisture throughout their use and allow natural tear flow and blood microcirculation in the eyes, making them perfect to wear for extended periods.

    With Anesthesia lenses, you can choose between contacts made for extended and monthly use. For example, USA collection can be worn for up to 9 months, Addict, Dream, and Anesthetic collections – for 6 to 9 months, and Celebrity – for up to one year. The lenses should be removed each evening and never slept in.

    If you're new to contact lenses, you might want to try Anesthesia Once – our monthly lenses. They combine the beauty of color with the convenience of a disposable lens.

    Please check the lens information and specifications when purchasing.

    The general guidelines are valid for most lens wearers. However, it's always best to let the sensation you're experiencing in your eyes determine how long you should wear the lenses.

  • How should colored contact lenses be worn and cared for?

    Hygiene is an essential aspect of proper contact lens care and wear. Before putting on your contacts, make sure your hands are always clean and free of any substances.

    • Use mild soap to wash your hands and thoroughly rinse and dry them with a lint-free towel.
    • Avoid using soaps containing oils, lotion, cold cream, or any cosmetics. These substances may come into contact with your lenses, making them uncomfortable to wear.
    • Avoid using soaps containing oils, lotion, cold cream, or any cosmetics. These substances may come into contact with your lenses, making them uncomfortable to wear.
  • How to clean my colored contact lenses?

    Cleaning your new lenses is very simple. Just make sure to maintain a regular and thorough cleaning routine. To begin, you will need an effective multi-purpose lens solution that cleans, rinses, disinfects, and stores soft contact lenses.

    To clean your lenses, follow these steps:

    • STEP 1 Put at least three drops of a multi-purpose lens solution on each side of the lens and gently rub the surface. Use only fresh solution from the bottle.
    • STEP 2 Thoroughly rinse each side of the lens with more solution.
    • STEP 3 Place the cleaned contact lenses into the lens case and refill it with the solution. Soak your contact lenses for at least 4 hours. Always discard the solution from the lens case after each use.

    If you feel debris remains on your lenses, rinse them again until they are clean and comfortable to wear.

  • Are dry, gritty eyes normal for contact lens wearers?

    Some contact lens wearers do suffer from dry and gritty eyes. The reason for this might be the lenses they’re wearing, improper lens care and use, health issues, or environmental factors such as air conditioning, heating, or hot climate. The position you sit in and the amount of water you drink can also affect your eyes.

    Anesthesia lenses are naturally designed to provide maximum comfort throughout their use. By augmenting the hydrogen bonding interaction between water and the lens material and using exclusive design technology, our lenses retain moisture, allow natural tear flow and blood microcirculation, and protect your eyes from harmful UV light.

    Anesthesia lenses minimize the effects of environmental factors. They do not cause any discomfort unless there’s an underlying eye health issue or improper lens wear and care.

  • How long do colored contact lenses last?
    Each colored contact lens has an expiration date printed on its packaging. You mustn’t wear the lenses after they’re expired. Doing so may damage your eyes.
  • Can I use my eyeglass prescription for contact lenses?
    The prescriptions for contact lenses and glasses will be different. This is because the contact lens is worn directly on the eye, whereas eyeglasses sit further away.
  • What solution should I use to clean and care for my colored contact lenses?
    A multi-purpose solution is suitable for most soft contact lenses, including Anesthesia lenses, which are soft colored contact lenses.
  • How often should I replace my contact lens case?
    To prevent a buildup of dirt and protein debris from getting onto your lenses, you should replace your contact lens case at least every three months.
  • Should I put makeup on before or after putting my colored contact lenses on?
    To avoid getting makeup on your colored contact lenses, which can irritate your eyes, always put them on before applying your makeup. In the same way, it is best to remove and clean your lenses first and only after that remove your makeup.
  • Is it okay to play sports while wearing colored contact lenses?
    Yes, you can use contacts while playing sports, both cosmetic and vision correction lenses. In fact, eye doctors recommend wearing vision correction lenses when engaging in sports activities since they are safer than glasses. The only exception to the rule is water sports. You risk developing eye irritation, corneal ulcers, infections, or even vision loss when your contact lenses are exposed to water of any kind. Water contains pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and other germs that can damage your eyes and vision.
  • Is my colored contact lens inside out?
    When putting on your contact lenses, check the shape of the lens on your finger to see if it is inside out. It is the correct way if the lens resembles a little bowl or the letter "U," but it is the wrong way if the edges curve outward and the lens looks sharp and pointed.
  • Can I lose a contact lens at the back of my eye?
    You cannot lose a contact lens at the back of your eye, so don’t worry. Sometimes the lens can get trapped behind the eyelid, but it can be removed by gently massaging the eyelid or looking in the direction of the lens. If you can’t get the lens out yourself, your eye doctor will remove it for you by lifting your eyelid.
  • Are lenses for the left and right eye specific for those eyes?
    Yes, provided each eye has a different prescription in the case of prescription colored contacts. It doesn't matter which lens goes in which eye if you have the same prescription for both or use cosmetic contacts. However, generally, it is best to wear each lens on the same eye for hygiene reasons.
  • What should I keep in mind when wearing colored contact lenses?

    Your eyes should always feel comfortable, and your vision should always be clear.

    • If you experience discomfort, take out your contacts immediately and get in touch with your eye doctor. Be sure to follow your doctor’s lens wear, care, and replacement guidelines carefully.
    • Never share your contact lenses with anyone to avoid the risk of eye infection.
    • Never wear your colored contact lenses longer than recommended and indicated on the packaging. Consult your eye doctor for follow-up care and routine checkups.

The content on our website is for informational purposes only. Anesthesia does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Contact your eye doctor for your specific case.