Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism (6 lenses)
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Details of Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism (6 lenses)
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism with Hydraclear Plus from Johnson & Johnson are soft two-week toric lenses for daily use. Acuvue contacts are recommended for very sensitive eyes. These silicone hydrogel lenses feature an outstanding 98% breathability thanks to their modern Senofilcon A material. The ultra-smooth surface guarantees low friction and the exclusive Hydraclear Plus technology keeps them moist all day long, and the ASD (Accelerated Stabilisation Design) keeps them stable in the eye at all times.
The production of Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism contact lenses with certain parameters has been discontinued. These versions are no longer available to order.
Benefits of Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism with Hydraclear Plus
- Healthier eyes – the exceptional breathability of this silicone hydrogel material provides 98% of available oxygen to the open eye.
- Protection from the sun – they are equipped with a class 1 UV filter, the highest protection against harmful UV radiation.
- Always comfortable – the exclusive Hydraclear Plus technology ensures long-lasting moisture.
- Always stable – thanks to their Accelerated Stabilisation Design, a special stabilisation system for toric lenses that allows clear and stable vision at all times.
- Easy handling – the easy handling tint and inside-out indicator allow for better manipulation, which makes them ideal even for new contacts users.
- Suitable for extended wear – these 2-week replacement contact lenses feature a special material that can also be worn continuously (day & night) for 1 week (under the guidance of your eye specialist).
Who are Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism contacts for?
Acuvue Oasys lenses are designed for the correction of astigmatism in combination with short-sightedness (myopia) or long-sightedness (hyperopia). Their special features make them a great choice for those who:
- spend long hours looking at digital screens
- spend time in heated or air-conditioned environments
- have delicate eyes
- prefer a bi-weekly replacement schedule
- look for contact lenses that provide excellent comfort and visual clarity at all times, while feeling as if they are not wearing any contact lenses at all.
Have you ever wondered if you have astigmatism? Try our astigmatism test at home!
Frequently Asked Questions about Acuvue Oasys
How long can you wear Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism?
Acuvue for astigmatism are designed for daily use with a fortnight replacement. They can also be worn as extended wear lenses and discarded after a week of use. If you wish to wear Acuvue Oasys continuously, consult with your eye specialist first.
Can you sleep in Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism?
Yes, you can sleep with Acuvue lenses thanks to their highly breathable silicone hydrogel material. This means they can be worn continuously for 1 week (up to 6 nights) after a consultation with the optician or ophthalmologist.
Can you shower in Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism?
We always recommend avoiding contact between the surface of the contact lens and tap water (or soap!). Showering with contact lenses, in general, involves risks such as bacteria entering the eyes through the running water, causing inflammation and other serious issues, or even the simple risk of losing the contact lenses while washing. It is advisable to remove the lenses before entering the shower.
Are Acuvue Oasys contacts for astigmatism worth it?
Acuvue Oasys are currently among the best-selling toric lenses for astigmatism. Many users choose these ultra-smooth lenses that combine two tried-and-trusted technologies to ensure a comfortable and safe wearing experience. Johnson & Johnson's extensive experience results in a highly user-friendly product. Of course, it is also worth remembering that not all lenses are perfect for everyone and not all eyes are the same. That is why it is always important to consult a specialist.
What is the difference between Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism and Acuvue Vita for Astigmatism?
Acuvue Oasys are bi-weekly lenses made from Senofilcon A silicone hydrogel material. They can be worn daily and replaced after fifteen days. Acuvue Vita are monthly contact lenses made from Senofilcon C silicone hydrogel, a newer version of the material that allows for a longer replacement period.
Why are my Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism lenses blurry?
A common reason for blurry lenses may relate to replacement time and cleaning. Make sure to replace your lenses on time and care for them properly with a good multipurpose solution. Do you feel like your current contacts are not providing satisfactory sight correction? You may need to undergo a new eye examination and update your prescription. If your prescription is new, then this may simply be a short settling-in period necessary for the eye to get used to the new lenses. If the blurred vision persists, we recommend consulting your specialist again to carry out further tests until the ideal parameters are found. Sometimes, blurriness may also be merely temporary and due to factors such as stress, dry eye or fatigue.
Other toric contact lenses
At Lentiamo you will find a wide selection of the best contact lenses for astigmatism from world-renowned manufacturers. Other than Oasys for Astigmatism, among our customers' favourite toric contact lenses, you will find a wide selection of bestsellers. From CooperVision’s Biofinity Toric and Alcon’s Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde for Astigmatism with a monthly replacement schedule, to the popular DAILIES AquaComfort Plus Toric disposable lenses and many more.
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|Expiration:||At least 36 months|
|Easy handling tint:||Yes|
|Water content:||38 %|
|Oxygen transmissibility:||129 Dk/t|
|Lenses in a box:||6|
|Power:||from -9.0 to +6.0|
|Cylinder:||from -0.75 to-2.75|
|Axis:||from 10° to 180°|
|Center thickness:||0.08 mm|
|Manufacturer:||Johnson & Johnson|
|Category:||Two-Weekly Contact Lenses|
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When I put these lenses into multi-purpose solution, they went hard and I couldn't put them back in my eye.
Apparently you cannot have the correct prescription for you, with these
I therefore advise you to see your eye doctor to get a pair of trial lenses
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Best regards, Fabrizio
Of course you can: insert the parameters in one, then in the other set it to
Best regards, Fabrizio
My L eye axis = 85.0
My R eye axis = 98.0
This is on a glasses prescription. You only go up in 10 degrees for my desired lenses. What should I do?
Hi Richard, You should get an Optician to do you a prescription for
Contacts…they differ slightly from Glasses' prescriptions. Once you've done
that…try again and (fingers crossed) you won't be disappointed!
My glasses prescription has L eye axis of 85.0 and R eye 98.0.
You only go up in ten, what should I do?
Hi, we have a fixed size for all of our lenses. Different lenses have
different base curve, it is based on the way the lens is designed by the
manufacturer. You can search our lenses by your base curve 8.5. Thanks!
My bc is 8.5. This is for both eyes although only the right has the astigmatism. Why don't you stock this size?
Hello. What is the 'cylinder' and 'axis'? I haven't had to answer that type
Of question before. Thanks
Thank you for your question. Cylinder and axis is for toric lenses, which
The cylinder is an indication of negative values, which make any correction
for the curvature of the cornea. Toric lenses have a middle axis, the degrees is
based off of that.
I hope this helped, but if you have any further questions feel free to
contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sicnerely, Lentiamo.co.uk customer care