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!

Getting a Contact Lens Fitting? Here's What You Need To Know!
Are you a first-time wearer interested in wearing contact lenses? Maybe you’re an existing contact lens wearer and you’re down to your last pair. Regardless of your situation, you may be wondering, “why do I need to see any eye doctor to be fit and prescribed contact lenses?” In this article, I’ll discuss why you want to get a...
Halloween Contact Lenses - Things To Consider
With Halloween approaching, many people enhance their costumes with decorative contact lenses. Although it’s fascinating to take your Halloween costume to the next level, it is important to take precautions when ordering color contacts. Follow these vital tips and you will maintain happy, healthy vision even after your spooktacular events! In this video, Dr. Gabriela Olivares highlights 3 things to consider...
Bausch + Lomb Ultra contact lens
Do you spend several hours of your day looking at a computer screen and want a contact lens that can keep up with your digital life? If so, you should try Bausch + Lomb's Ultra contact lens. Bausch + Lomb Ultra was first released to the US market in 2014. Fast forward to today...
Acuvue Oasys with Transitions
Have you heard about the new Acuvue Oasys with Transitions Light Intelligent Technology contact lenses? It's the brainchild of a partnership between Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. (the world’s leader in contact lenses) and Transitions Optical (the world’s leader in photochromic eyeglass lenses). As this year’s Transitions Brand Ambassador, I’m going to introduce you to this innovative...
1-Day Acuvue Define
Are you looking for a daily contact lens that enhances the appearance of your eyes? Do you want your new look to appear more natural and authentic? If so, I highly recommend trying Johnson and Johnson Vision's 1-Day Acuvue Define contact lens! RELATED: Learn About the Best Contact Lenses Currently Available Built on the...
Acuvue Oasys contact lens
Are you looking for a contact lens that has a proven track record of fantastic comfort but still has a reasonable price point? If so, I recommend considering Johnson and Johnson Vision's Acuvue Oasys with Hydraclear Plus Technology contact lens. First off, Acuvue Oasys was released to the US market in 2005 and has had great...
5 Reasons To Choose Daily Disposable Contact Lenses
In a world full of contact lens options, how do you make a decision on which one to wear? Although there are plenty of different contact lenses on the market, the easiest choice you can make is to wear a daily disposable contact lens! In this video, Dr. Christine Joy talks about daily disposable contact lenses and the many benefits...
Acuvue TruEye
Are you looking for a premium daily contact lens that doesn't come at a premium price? Do you want the highest level of UV protection available in a daily contact? If so, Johnson & Johnson Vision's 1-Day Acuvue TruEye contact lens is a great choice for you! This daily disposable contact lens is a nice option...
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....
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...