Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses

If you’re new to wearing contact lenses or are looking to learn more, watch our videos on how to put in and take out contacts and daily vs monthly contacts! On the other hand, if you’re an established contact lenses wearer, read our posts on sleeping in contacts and the best contacts currently available. If you’re over the age of 40, check out our posts on monovision and multifocal contacts. Lastly, start here if you have astigmatism. To shop all of our favorite contact lens products, visit our Amazon store!

Kids & Contact Lenses - 4 Expert Recommendations
Contact lenses are a great way to for people of all ages to have clear, comfortable vision. Therefore, it’s no surprise that parents with children who want contact lenses have a lot of questions! Here are a few of the most common questions I'm asked about kids and contact lenses. In the video below, Dr. Rachael Wruble discusses what parent's need...
Are you looking for the best contact lens solutions to clean and store your contacts in? Interested in learning about the best contact lens solutions for dry eyes or sensitive eyes? In this article, I'll review what you need to know about contact lens solutions and highlight the best solutions for you to consider.
Contact Lenses for Keratoconus - What Are Your Options?
Keratoconus is a corneal disease that causes thinning and bulging of the cornea. Because the cornea is a major part of the eye that is responsible for giving you clear vision, any irregularity or change in its shape will cause your vision to be distorted. If you’ve been diagnosed with keratoconus, your eye doctor will likely recommend specialty contact...
Hubble Contacts
First and foremost, let me be clear, this is NOT our normal contact lens review. In fact, no one on our team even fits Hubble Contacts (and I'll explain why in this article). However, since we pride ourselves on providing you with accurate and transparent eye care information, I decided to research, order, and review Hubble Contacts....
Here is what soft toric contact lenses look like up close.
If you have astigmatism and are looking to be fit with contacts, chances are your eye doctor will prescribe you toric contact lenses. Astigmatism is a common vision problem that causes blur, shadowing, or doubling of images when glasses or contact lenses aren’t worn. It falls into a similar category as nearsightedness and farsightedness but causes blurry vision both up close...
Biotrue ONEday
Are you looking for a bioinspired contact lens that also has UV protection? Do you spend several hours a day on digital devices and need a lens that keeps up with your lifestyle? If so, consider trying Bausch + Lomb’s Biotrue ONEday contact lens! RELATED: Learn About the Best Contact Lenses Currently Available
1-Day Acuvue Moist contact lens
Do your contacts dry out at the end of the day? Are you looking for an affordable daily lens that is so comfortable you don’t even realize you’re wearing it? If so, Johnson and Johnson Vision's 1-Day Acuvue Moist contact lens is an excellent option to consider! RELATED: Learn About the Best Contact Lenses Currently...
Unity BioSync Contact Lens Review
When it comes to fitting contact lenses, there are a lot of options available for your eye care professional to choose from. Depending on eye health history, personal goals with contact lens wear, and budget limitations your doctor will work to narrow down your lens options. Honestly, it can be easy to get lost...
Aveo Contacts Review
Like Hubble Contacts, I don't know anyone who fits Aveo contacts (and in this review, you'll learn why). However, since we pride ourselves on providing you with accurate and transparent eye care information, I decided to research, order, and review Aveo contacts. Below is a complete review of what you need to know about Aveo's contacts, including the...
Scleral Contact Lenses - A Perfect Fit for Irregular Corneas & Dry Eyes!
Scleral contact lenses are specialty contacts primarily used to improve the vision of people with corneal irregularities. In fact, the most common reasons to wear scleral lenses are if you have keratoconus, had a corneal transplant, or are suffering from severe dry eye disease. In the video below, Dr. Jaclyn Garlich talks about what you need to know before being fit...