Acuvue Oasys with HydraLuxe for Astigmatism contacts are designed with HydraLuxe technology to keep your eyes moist and comfortable. They are daily disposable contacts that correct astigmatism and provide consistent, clear vision all day.
You don’t have to worry about cleaning, maintenance, or storage when using Acuvue Oasys 1 Day 30 pack. They are single-use contacts that you wear, discard, and replace with a fresh pair the next day.
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism daily contacts employ a unique BLINK STABILIZED design to keep your contact lens in place and HydraLuxe technology to ensure your eyes are always hydrated. They are made from silicone hydrogel material, offering high comfort, flexibility, and water retention.
Acuvue Oasys Astigmatism daily contacts have visibility tints and offer Class 1 UV protection, the highest you’ll find in a contact lens. They shield the eyes from 96.1% UVA and 99.9% UVB rays.
Acuvue Oasys 1 Day toric contacts are daily disposables, meaning that you can only wear them once before discarding and replacing them with a fresh pair. They are made from fragile material and cannot withstand multiple uses, and wearing them more than once can also put you at risk of severe eye infections.
Acuvue Oasys one day for astigmatism has these features for enhanced comfort and crisp vision:
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism HydraLuxe contacts are designed to provide Class 1 UV protection, the highest level of UV protection of any contacts lens. They protect your eyes from up to 96.1% UVA and 99.9% UVB rays.
HydraLuxe is a proprietary wetting technology that uses a tear-infused design to mimic mucins that help support a stable tear film. Acuvue Oasys 1 Day for Astigmatism 30 Pack lenses employ this technology to provide enhanced moisture, keeping the eyes hydrated all day.
Acuvue Oasys one day for astigmatism contacts utilize the unique BLINK STABILIZED design to keep the lenses in position. Contacts for astigmatism require a fixed orientation to provide clear vision, and even a small deviation can affect visual acuity. Blink stabilization technology uses four thick zones on the lens that realign the eyes naturally with each blink, so they never move out of place, leaving the wearer with a clear vision all day.
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism contacts are made from a silicone hydrogel material that offers high flexibility and moisture retention compared to other contact lens materials. They absorb more water and have up to five times more oxygen permeability than regular hydrogel contacts, keeping the eyes white, healthy, and comfortable.
Acuvue Oasys 1 Day toric contacts are available for correcting astigmatism, a refractive error that occurs due to the unequal shape of the cornea or lens. Light entering the eyes of someone with astigmatism scatters at multiple points on the retina – the light-sensitive part of the eye – leading to blurred or distorted vision.
Acuvue Oasys 1 Day 30 Pack has a torus shape that creates different focusing powers that correct astigmatism. The contact lenses also use a blink stabilization design that keeps the contacts from sliding out of position, ensuring clear vision at all times.
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism 1 Day contacts are daily disposables and are best for individuals who have a busy lifestyle and do not want to deal with cleaning and maintaining their contacts. These silicone hydrogel contacts provide enhanced, long-lasting hydration that makes them fit for people who spend a lot of time in dry or challenging environments.
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Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism daily are single-contacts you can wear for eight to 16 hours straight before discarding and replacing with a fresh pair.
Acuvue Oasys 1 Day with HydraLuxe was introduced by Johnson & Johnson in 2016.
Toric refers to the geometric torus shape of contact lenses prescribed for astigmatism. Their shape gives them different focusing powers on multiple points, making them especially useful for correcting astigmatism.
Contact lenses are not necessarily better than glasses for astigmatism. Whether a person uses contacts or glasses for astigmatism depends on their lifestyle and individual preferences.
Uncorrected astigmatism will worsen with time and cause other symptoms like eyestrain, headaches, and increasingly poor vision.