1 Day Acuvue TruEye 30 Pack contacts offer crisp vision and convenience that makes you forget you are putting on contact lenses. Acuvue TruEye 30 Pack provides exceptional value, holding up for long with minimal lens awareness that helps maintain the eye’s natural state with time.
Acuvue TruEye 30 Day contacts employ HydraClear Technology, which produces a smooth, comfortable feeling by mimicking the natural way tears cover the eye’s surface. 1 Day Acuvue TruEye contacts are daily disposables prescribed for far and nearsightedness. They require no cleaning or maintenance and provide a feeling of freshness each time you put on a new pair.These contacts are the first brand crafted with silicone hydrogel. 1 Day Acuvue TruEye contacts are made from Narafilcon A, a soft silicone hydrogel material with 46% water content. It also has high oxygen permeability which allows the eye to breathe, keeping it clear and healthy all day.
Acuvue TruEye 30 day contacts also shield the eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. They also feature an inside-out marking and a blue visibility tint for easy handling. Save money on your Acuvue TruEye 30 day supply with WebEyeCare.
1 Day Acuvue TruEye 30 pack contacts have a daily replacement schedule. They are daily disposable contacts that require no cleaning or maintenance, and you must discard and replace them with a fresh pair after each use. Wearing daily replacement contacts more than once can put you at risk of eye infections.
1 Day Acuvue TruEye 30 Pack contacts provide clarity and comfort with these features:
HydraClear Technology keeps the eyes clear and comfortable by providing sustained moisture and oxygen flow to the eyes. It mixes a wetting agent into the lens formula so the moisture is embedded through and through, resulting in a soft, silky contact lens. HydraClear produces a smooth, comfortable feeling by mimicking the natural way tears cover the eyes.
1 Day Acuvue TruEye 30 Pack contacts offer Class 1 UV protection, the highest in a contact lens. It shields the eyes from 96.1% UVB and 99.9% UVB rays.
Acuvue TruEye 1 day 30 Pack contacts are daily disposables perfect for busy people who do not want to worry about cleaning or caring for contacts. Their high oxygen permeability suits those with active lifestyles or who move around a lot. Acuvue TruEye 1 day contact lenses offer all-day hydration, and their continuous wettability makes them a good option for individuals who work in dry, challenging environments.
They also offer Class 1 UV protection, making them ideal for those who spend much time outdoors or engage in mountain climbing or beach surfing. Wearing contacts alone does not fully protect your eyes against the sun’s radiation, but they can offer extra protection combined with sunglasses.
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Acuvue TruEye is a daily disposable contact lens with a recommended wearing time of about 16 hours. However, you should speak with your doctor about your specific situation and how long your eyes can tolerate wearing contacts.
Acuvue TrueEye was released in 2009 as the first silicone hydrogel daily disposable contact lens in European markets. The manufacturers released the contacts for North America in 2010.
Yes. Acuvue TruEye is made of 54% Narafilcon A, a soft silicone hydrogel material that promotes moisture retention and free oxygen flow into the eyes.
Daily contacts are typically single-use, meaning they should be discarded after each use. You cannot wear daily contacts more than once due to the risk of bacteria deposits and eye infections. They are also thinner than monthly contacts, and cleaning them can break the lenses, increasing the risk of falling apart while in your eyes. Reusing daily contacts can also expose you to irritants which can cause painful, red, or itchy eyes.
No. It is not advisable to shower with daily contacts. Non-sterile water from your shower contains germs that can stick to your contact lens, potentially causing corneal abrasions or infections. If you forget to take out your daily contacts before showering, you should remove and discard them before replacing them with a new pair.