Clear and comfortable vision is within reach for everyone thanks to Reveal Toric 90 pack. These daily contact lenses target those with astigmatism's visual instability while also providing a daily disposable that enhances hydration and provides a soft and comfortable wear all day long. Pop in a pair in the morning and toss them out at night. Caring for your eyesight has never been easier!>
• Ninety individually packaged contact lenses per box
• Corrects vision for people with astigmatism
• Daily disposable contact lenses keep up with your daily life
• Smart Silicone is more moisturized and comfortable for a more natural wear
• Lenses provide stability and clear eyesight all-day
Reveal Toric 90 pack will help you break free from the frustrations associated with astigmatism and into clearer, more comfortable vision.
Enjoy $1.50 off per box on your BioTrue contact lens purchase. For regular priced products only.
Currently there are no rebates available for this product. The manufacturer's rebate programs change frequently. Please check back periodically to see if new rebates are available for this product.
Reveal Toric contacts are CooperVision's daily disposable contact lenses designed to correct astigmatism. They feature innovative designs that make them deliver crisp, clear vision and superior comfort.
Reveal toric contacts are manufactured by CooperVision, a global leader in toric contact lenses and other eye care products.
Yes. Toric contact lenses are specially designed for astigmatism and must fit correctly to stay in place for clear vision. To put in toric contacts, hold your eyelids open with the thumb and index finger of your non-dominant hand and look straight ahead. Place the lens over your eyes and blink a few times to help the lens get into position correctly. Wait a few minutes to allow the lenses to settle into your eyes correct orientation.
Toric contact lenses have a geometric, torus shape that creates different refractive or focusing powers on the horizontal and vertical orientations. The focusing powers increase or decrease as you move around the lens, adjusting quickly to provide clear vision no matter where you look.
Toric contacts are more expensive because they have a more complex design than regular contact lenses. It also takes more expertise to fit a patient for toric contacts, adding to the cost.