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Hatake Contact Lenses – Gothika
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Hatake lenses are one of the more popular designs in our anime series. Hatake are only available in non prescription strength. Explore our other anime lenses such as our Mangekyo Lenses, as well as our Madara Lenses. What is your favorite cosplay character?
Make your next cosplay costume spectacular with authentic Gothika Contact Lenses.
Trusted Brand For Over 20 Years
Gothika is the number one brand of contact lenses with Halloween enthusiests and professionals in the USA for over 20 years. Furthermore, Hatake contact lenses are made to last and are also ultra comfortable. Gothika lenses are good for one year after opening them.
Gothika offers two different types of packaging for our lenses. If you order corrective strength lenses they will arrive in the traditional glass vials. If you order plano ( non corrective ) Hatake contact lenses they will arrive in Wicked Eyez blister packs. Wicked and Gothika are the same lens! Just different packaging.
For more information on the FDA regulations with contact lenses please visit their website here. In conclusion, Gothika is serious about the health and safety of your vision health.
|Dimensions||6.0000 × 6.0000 × 6.0000 in|
One Year After Vials Are Opened
Gothika USA – Marietta, GA / Wicked Eyez
38% Water, 62% Polymacon Immersed in 0.9% Buffered Saline Solution USP
Non Corrective Only
It’s the Law” Under federal law, ALL contact lenses are considered a medical device that requires a prescription to be legally sold. This includes Halloween lenses and contact lenses that do not correct your vision.
After you order you will receive an email from our verification service. Don’t worry, we have already filled out all of the paperwork for you. You simply search for your doctor ( or enter in manually ) and we do the rest.
We send the documents to your eye care professional. If they do not respond within 8 business hours we can ship!
For more information on the FDA regulations on contact lenses please visit their website here.