There are a lot of contact lenses on the market, and we want to help you select the best ones for your eyes and your wallet. First, answer the four questions below to find the best fit. Then print your list or email it to yourself. Finally, show the list to an eye doctor to discuss your contact lens options.
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You can compare lenses, email the final list of lenses, or print it to bring to your next eye appointment.
Acuvue Oasys contact lenses are a great fit for people who have experienced dryness issues with other types of lenses. Thanks to Acuvue's Hydraclear® Plus technology, even in dry conditions, your eyes will stay moist and comfortable all day long.
Air Optix Aqua's ultra-smooth surface technology lets the contact lens breathe, retain moisture, and helps create a surface that resists proteins and deposits. All those benefits keep them comfortable and wearable for up to one month.
If you thought you couldn't wear contact lenses because of astigmatism, and you struggle with dry eyes, the Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism contact lenses are for you. Acuvue's Accelerated Stabilization Design technology helps keep your lenses in place and the Hydraclear® Plus technology keeps your eyes comfortably moist all day long.
If you're looking for an astigmatism-correcting lens that is stable on the eye and limits rotation for clear vision, look no further than the Air Optix for Astigmatism. Air Optix ultra-smooth surface technology will keep your eyes moist and feeling healthy.
Biofinity monthly contact lenses use Aquaform® Technology to bring you an advanced level of comfort in a monthly disposable lens. With a soft feeling material and thin edge, Biofinity is designed for great comfort.
For contact lens wearers with astigmatism, Biofinity Toric lenses are quickly becoming the preferred lens. Aquaform® Technology allows plenty of oxygen into your eyes and are ultra efficient at retaining water for all day comfort.
1-day Acuvue Moist contact lenses are an ideal choice for those who don't want to deal with daily cleaning. These lenses feature exclusive LACREON® Technology, which means moisture is built into the lens making these a comfortable choice for daily disposable lens wearers.
Forget to take your lenses out before bed? Air Optix Night & Day Aqua has the highest oxygen transmissibility of any lens on the market so you can sleep in them and they'll still feel comfortable in the morning.
If you're looking for a daily disposable contact lens at an affordable price, Dailies AquaComfort Plus is an excellent option. Daily disposable lenses are the safest choice for your eyes. No need for daily cleaning and no worry about deposit build-up.
Avaira are a cost effective option in a two-week disposable lens. Thanks to the Aquaform® Technology these lenses stay moist and transmit high levels of oxygen through the lens material, making them extremely comfortable.
Avaira Toric contact lenses correct astigmatism and are less expensive than many other two-week disposable lenses. Their unique material binds water within the lens without the need for additional surface treatments or wettings agents, giving you a comfortable lens day after day.
Proclear contact lenses are great for people with sensitivities to the newer silicon hydrogel lenses. They feature PC Technology, which creates a natural resistance to dryness by allowing water molecules to become part of the lens.
If you have astigmatism and are looking for the convenience of a one-time use lens, Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric provides a comfortable wear throughout the day. No need to bother with daily cleaning or disinfecting.
Proclear 1 day lenses are great for wearers who have allergies and sensitivities that require a fresh, new lens every day. These lenses use a unique technology that makes them resistant to dehydration, keeping them moist and comfortable all day.
Air Optix Colors are the same safe, breathable, and comfortable lenses you love - now in nine colors. Enhance your current eye color or try something completely new. If you already have a valid Air Optix Aqua prescription, you can try Air Optix Colors without a new fitting.
1-Day Acuvue Moist for Astigmatism is a comfortable daily disposable lens that retains its moisture. It gives you consistently clear and comfortable vision from the moment you put them in, to the moment you toss them out at the end of the day.
An extremely comfortable daily disposable lens, Acuvue TruEye is great for those who haven't been able to wear lenses previously. Their Hydraclear technology keeps these contacts ultra wet and smooth, so your eyes will still be comfortable at the end of the day.
Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia allow you to stay in lenses longer, without compromising vision or comfort. They provide balanced vision and remarkable comfortâeven in challenging environments that would normally make your eyes feel tired and dry.
Whether you're reading, driving or working on a computer, you can enjoy crisp, clear vision with Air Optix Aqua Multifocal contact lenses. They're designed with TriComfortâ¢ Technology to provide breathability and moisture retention, while resisting deposit buildup.
Biofinity multifocal lenses are very comfortable and work well for people who need vision correction for both far away and up close. They also allow plenty of oxygen to pass through to the eyes, thanks to exclusive Aquaform Technology.
PureVision 2 Multifocal contact lenses for presbyopia feature 3-Zone Progressive Design, which provides clear vision at all distances. The rounded edges of the lens provide lasting comfort and are approved for extended wear - up to 30 days.
The Dailies AquaComfort Plus Multifocal lens gives great vision at all distances with the convenience of a daily disposable lens. Overall, these are great lenses for people who only wear lenses occasionally.
The Proclear 1 day multifocal lens is ideal for people who need correction both near and far but like the convenience of a daily disposable lens. Also useful for people who only wear lenses part time. They'll also keep your eyes extra hydrated: Up to 96% hydrated after 12 hours of use.
Wow, looks like your special eyes will need special contact lenses. You may want to talk to your eye doctor about what will be best.
So what now? We think you might like any one of these recommended lenses, so print or show this list to your eye doctor.