Acuvue Oasys Hydraclear Plus 12 Pack contact lenses are designed to provide an extremely comfortable contact-wearing experience. These contacts feature the Hydraclear Plus technology that keeps your eyes moist even in dry environments. Never worry about wearing your lenses incorrectly as these contacts come with an inside-out marking so you can handle and insert them properly each time.
These contact lenses will arrive packaged as 12 individual lenses in buffered cellulose with methyl ether cellulose, meaning they are sterile and able to withstand storage and shipping conditions. The recommended wear time for Acuvue Oasys is up to two weeks of daily wear and cleansing or six nights/seven days of continuous wear. Do not wear any contact lenses for longer than the recommended length of time suggested to avoid the risk of eye infections.
You’ll enjoy the following features when wearing these contact lenses in addition to convenience and easy handling.
Acuvue Oasys with Hydraclear Plus 12pk offers the highest level of UV protection of any contact lens on the market today. This contact lens protects the eyes from more than 99% of the sun’s UVB rays and over 95% UVA rays.
It is important to note that UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for wearing UV-absorbing eyewear such as sunglasses because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding areas.
The eyes need an adequate oxygen supply to remain white and healthy. The Acuvue Oasys contacts have high oxygen permeability at 147 Dk/t which lets the eyes breathe well and stay healthy.
If you suffer from chronic dry eye, a contact lens with a higher Dk/t value may be better suited for your eye’s health. Bausch & Lomb Ultra (163 Dk/t), Air Optix Night & Day (175 Dk/t), and DAILIES Total 1 (156 Dk/t) have higher oxygen transmissibility than the Acuvue Oasys Hydraclear Plus lenses. You’ll need to speak with your eye care provider before trying other contact lenses that are not prescribed to you.
Uncomfortable contact lenses can cause dryness and eye irritation. Acuvue Oasys employs the moisture-locking technology of Hydraclear Plus keeping in moisture all day long and preventing dryness or irritation. The ultra-thin edges also ensure that the lenses conform to the eye surface for maximum comfort
Johnson & Johnson has released other Acuvue brand contact lenses with newer technology that also provide exceptional comfort and hydration. The monthly disposable Acuvue Vita contacts utilize HydraMax Technology to maximize and maintain the lens hydration throughout its wear time. There’s also the 1-Day Acuvue Oasys with HydraLuxe that utilizes a proprietary wetting technology designed to mimic the eye’s natural tear film perfect for those who would prefer a daily disposable lens option.
|Acuvue Oasys 12 Pack
|1-2 Weekly Disposable
|Acuvue Oasys 1-Day 90 Pack
|Acuvue Oasys MAX 1-Day 90 Pack
Acuvue Oasys spherical lenses are used to correct two refractive errors – myopia and hyperopia. Acuvue Oasys 24 pack is also available for correcting both eye conditions.
Nearsightedness occurs when the eyeball is too long relative to the focusing power of the lens and cornea. The abnormal eye shape causes light to bend or refract incorrectly, focusing the image in front of the retina rather than on it. Contact lenses correct myopia by diverging light rays, reducing the eye’s focusing power, and moving the focusing point back onto the retina.
Farsightedness is when a person can see far objects clearly but struggle to see near objects or read close text. The condition occurs when the eyes focus objects behind the retina instead of on it. Hyperopia is corrected with contacts by converging light rays, increasing the eye’s focusing power and moving the focus point forward onto the retina.
One of the factors you must consider before deciding on a type of contact lens is your lifestyle. Acuvue Oasys 1-2 week contacts provide day-long hydration, making them ideal for individuals who spend time in dry, dusty, or cold environments. The unique Hydraclear technology reduces dryness, making it perfect for you if you experience eye dryness or depend on rewetting drops. Acuvue Oasys 12 Pack is approved for extended wear (up to 2 weeks), so they are also suitable for people who need to sleep with their contact lenses in.
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Acuvue Oasys 12 Pack are one to two-week disposable contacts that come in boxes of 12 lenses for each eye.
A 12 pack of Acuvue Oasys contains 12 lenses that will last for six months if you use and discard a lens every two weeks.
A 12 Pack of Acuvue Oasys with Hydraclear contains 12 lenses per box for each eye and a total of 24 lenses for both eyes.
A six-month supply of Acuvue Oasys will be two boxes of 12 lenses each (one box per eye).
Yes. Contacts are designed with technology that allows them to retain water for long periods. The recommended wearing time for most contact lenses is between eight to 16 hours. You can continuously wear contact lenses that are approved for extended wear for days to weeks.
These are 1-2 weekly replacement lenses meaning a new contact lens should be used every 1 - 2 weeks. Wear time is dependent on lens usage, wear schedule, lens & eye health as well as what your eye care provider has recommended.
Lenses can be worn as an extended wear lens consecutively for 7 days/6 nights under direction from your eye care provider or if removing & cleaning the lens daily, for up to 2 weeks.
Absolutely! Acuvue Oasys contact lenses are suitable for those who experience dry eyes and dry eye symptoms as they utilize Acuvue’s Hydraclear Plus Technology. This technology is inspired by the way the eye’s natural tear film functions keeping your eyes hydrated all day long.
It is not recommended to wear any contact lenses when swimming or showering due to the bacteria in the water that can cause eye issues. Swimming or showering with contact lenses can lead to eye dryness, irritation, and infections. In severe cases, serious eye infections or corneal ulcers can occur.
Yes! Acuvue Oasys with Hydraclear Plus contact lenses are unbeaten in comfort. With an embedded wetting agent in the lens, your eyes will remain moist and hydrated during wear. In addition to providing exceptional comfort, these lenses have built-in UV-blocking capabilities.
Yes. When applying makeup, it is important to first cleanse your hands & contact lenses and insert your contact lenses before proceeding. Inserting your contact lens prior to applying makeup ensures that makeup particles don’t get between the contact lens & your eye.
Contacts should be cleaned per your eye care provider’s instructions using a solution formulated for soft contact lenses. For example, a multi-purpose solution can be used to clean, disinfect, and store your Acuvue Oasys contact lenses. If removing your contacts daily, the storage solution should be changed each time.
Acuvue Oasys Hydraclear and Acuvue Oasys HydraLuxe are both soft contact lenses manufactured by Johnson & Johnson. The main difference between these two lenses is that the Hydraclear lens is a 1-2 weekly replaceable lens whereas the HydraLuxe is a daily disposable option. While both are great choices, they use different technologies to keep your eyes hydrated.
The first step to putting contact lenses in is to wash & dry your hands. Once your hands are clean, remove the lens from its packaging or storage case & place it on the tip of your finger. With the same hand, pull down your lower lid using your opposite hand to hold open your upper lid. Insert the lens on your eye and blink to align it. For more information on how to insert your lenses, read our blog article.
To remove your contact lenses safely, ensure your hands are clean & dry. Then, look up carefully & pull down your lower eyelid with your middle finger. Using your index finger, gently touch the lower edge of the lens & slide it down to the lower white part of your eye. Lastly, squeeze the contact lens between your thumb & index finger to ensure safe removal.
Acuvue Oasys Hydraclear Plus lenses are made out of a proprietary blend of hypoallergenic Silicone Hydrogel.
Yes, if instructed to do so by your eye care provider. Acuvue Oasys contact lenses can be worn up to 7 days/6 nights in a row. If you experience any adverse reactions, remove the lenses immediately and flush your eyes.
The Hydraclear Plus Technology helps to keep your eyes hydrated with an embedded wetting agent throughout the lens matrix. This wetting agent mimics the mucin layer of your eye’s natural tear film.
The best contact lens solution is one that has been discussed with your eye care provider. Any mainstream lens solution should be sufficient for cleaning and storing your Acuvue Oasys contact lenses.
Yes! The Hydraclear Plus Technology allows for exceptional comfort, even for those with sensitive eyes. These are the best contact lenses for those who are in challenging environments as well as those who stare at a screen all day.
The Acuvue Oasys lens has a diameter of 14.0 mm with a base curve of either 8.4 mm or 8.8 mm, depending on your prescription. The center of the lens was measured at 0.07 mm thick in a -3.00 power lens.
Of course! Contact lenses are great for those who live active lifestyles. Be aware that additional protective eyewear may be needed depending on the sport being played. If you’re going to be swimming, skip the contact lenses and get yourself a pair of prescription goggles.
If you have a presbyopic or multifocal vision prescription but don’t like the feel of multifocal or presbyopia contact lenses, then you can work with your eye care provider to find the correct balance of vision correction in contact lenses with the assistance of eyeglasses. Be sure to follow your doctor’s instructions and prescription recommendations when pairing contact lenses with eyeglasses to avoid eye strain.
The Acuvue Oasys contact lenses are not available in colors however, Acuvue does make a color lens option, the 1-Day Acuvue Define. Acuvue’s color contact lenses allow you to highlight and enhance your natural eye color. The Acuvue Define contacts are not the same as traditional color contact lenses as they don’t give off the appearance of a fully changed iris color.
As with all contact lenses, serious side effects can occur with improper use and handling. Misusing or not storing or cleaning your Acuvue Oasys contact lenses properly can result in eye irritation, discomfort, excess tearing or other discharge, unusual redness, itching or gritty feelings on your eye, or blurred vision. If any of these symptoms occur, you should remove the contact lens immediately and contact your eye care professional right away.
The Acuvue Oasys is a collection of bi-weekly disposable contact lenses designed for those who require vision correction. These lenses, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson, provide comfort and clarity for a wide range of visual needs. I've had the opportunity to assess the performance of these lenses in a clinical setting, and I am eager to share the findings from my professional evaluation.
The material used in Acuvue Oasys lenses is Senofilcon A, a type of silicone hydrogel. This material is notable for its high oxygen permeability, which allows more oxygen to reach the cornea, reducing dryness and ensuring healthier eyes. Its smooth, wettable surface helps to minimize lens friction, a common issue for contact lens wearers.
Hydration is an essential aspect of contact lens wear, and Acuvue Oasys lenses excel in this regard. Equipped with Hydraclear Plus technology, these lenses can retain moisture throughout the day. During tests, the lenses maintained their hydration for an impressive 14 hours, reducing the risk of dryness or discomfort that can occur with extended wear.
A standout feature of Acuvue Oasys lenses is their UV blocking capability. While they are not a substitute for protective eyewear, these lenses can block more than 99% of UVB and around 90% of UVA rays, providing an extra line of defense against harmful sunlight. Testing demonstrated the effectiveness of this UV protection, but it's important to remember to wear sunglasses for complete ocular sun protection.
|Acuvue Oasys 12 Pack
|1-2 Weekly Replacement
|Locks moisture in all day long to prevent dryness and irritation
|Avaira Vitality 6 Pack
|1-2 Weekly Replacement
|Aberration Neutralizing System
|Minimizes the eye's optical flaws so incoming light rays converge for a sharper image
|Biofinity 6 Pack
|Locks water into the lens for a natural wettability
|Acuvue Vita 6 Pack
|Uses tear-like properties to work with the natural tear film with each wear
The Acuvue Oasys is available in packs of 6, 12, and 24 lenses. A 6-pack lasts for 3 weeks with bi-weekly usage, a 12-pack covers 6 weeks, and a 24-pack is sufficient for 12 weeks of bi-weekly wear. Generally, the lenses can be worn comfortably for up to 12 hours a day without discomfort. Over-wearing lenses beyond the recommended time can lead to complications, so it's important to follow the advised wearing schedule and replace lenses as directed.
The comfort of Acuvue Oasys lenses is commendable. The combination of the Senofilcon A material and Hydraclear Plus technology ensures a silky, comfortable lens wear experience, even after a full day of use. However, individual tolerances may vary, and if any discomfort or irritation is noticed, it's crucial to remove the lenses and consult with an eye care professional.
To sum up, Acuvue Oasys offers exceptional comfort, prolonged hydration, and reliable UV protection, making it a solid choice for contact lens wearers. While they are not suitable for overnight wear, and some users may find the bi-weekly replacement schedule inconvenient compared to daily disposables, their overall performance and convenience make them a popular option in the world of contact lenses.