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Contact Lenses Johnson & Johnson Acuvue Oasys 1-Day with HydraLuxe 90-pack

Johnson & Johnson Acuvue Oasys 1-Day with HydraLuxe 90-pack

Daily Lenses, Spherical Lenses, Available Power/Sphere: -12.00 - +8.00





There are plenty of contact lenses out there to work for your individual needs. Here are the most common types of contact lenses:

  • Daily disposable: They are single-use, making them convenient and simple to use. Good for the occasional lens wearer.
  • Monthly disposable: Lenses that last you for a whole month. If you’re a regular lens wearer this is a great option as it might work out cheaper than daily disposable. They require good care to make sure you keep your eyes healthy and safe.
  • Extended or continuous wear: These are contact lenses you can wear continuously and overnight. It’s important to check with your optician to make sure this type of contact lens is suitable for you.
  • Toric: These lenses are designed for eyes with astigmatism and are strictly a prescription lens only.
  • Multifocal: Made for people with presbyopia, a condition brought on by age.

This depends on how often you use contact lenses. If they’re a part of your everyday life, monthly lenses can be a cheaper option. On the other hand, daily disposable contact lenses don’t require any care and can therefore be a more convenient option.

Toric lenses are specially made for eyes with astigmatism. While standard lenses have a spherical surface, toric lenses look more like a sliced donut. Because astigmatism looks different for every person, toric lenses have to be prescribed by an optician to make sure you get the perfect match for your eyes.


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