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Is this drops safe?

Hello my name is Ali and I tried eye color changing drops from a company called 'lighteyez',
The company is in the UK, they have average website that gives a nice feeling - but there is no phone answer.

There is a response in the email (very slow) , by a team that looks professional with a kind and respectful attitude.

They declare that all the materials from which they produce the drops are 100% organic materials that have been approved by the USDA.

On the site, they declare that their drops will make a change in the eye color within 4-8 months.
I bought the most expensive drops (500$ a month).

Unfortunately, after a full year of continuous use I haven't seen any change (13 months have passed).

Has anyone heard of them? Could it be a scam? Should I be worried? After all I took their drops for a whole year.

Please, I'm very worried that it could harm my vision.

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177275 tn?1511755244
It is a scam. It could hurt your eyes. Stop the drops.
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Ask for your money back but given this is a scam, most likely kiss the $6000 good bye. If you don't like your eye color speak to an ophthalmologist or optometrist about colored contact lens.
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