You certainly won' get in trouble; circle lenses, ifirc, aren't FDA approved in the USA, so can't be sold WITHIN the USA. BUT, they're perfectly legal in numerous other countries (Korea, CHina, Japan, etc.) and are approved by each country's equivalent of the FDA. Part of that is that all contact lenses in the USA have to be ordered with a prescription online, a lot of Asian countries allow them to be sold cosmetically without. I'm not sure how legal it makes them to be shipped overseas, but a lot of places stick a label for something else to fool customs. Regardless, they do all make their way over to the USA fine. Long as you follow proper care and have had your eyes properly fitted for contacts, the risk of injury to your eye is low. And there's basically a 1 in 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000 chance that someone will go "Oh hey, she bought circle lenses for personal use from an overseas site and they're not FDA approved here! Let's arrest them!" ...yah. Long as they're not made of heroin I don't think you have a problem there. (Also, pinkyparadise DOES require you to give a prescription when ordering, even for plano.)
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Originally Posted by Moofingham
There is a vibe here that says "We're in this together! Through thick and thin fabric! Through cold water washes and burning hot irons! Though we might super glue ourselves to our projects, cut holes/gashes/oh-god-mom's-gonna-kill-me into the dining room table, we will stand strong together. Unless there is a 75% off sale at the Fabric store. Then you're on your own. And get the hell out of my way." <3