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Extended wear contact lenses can be in the eye overnight, only with the eye care practitioner's permission. Made of silicone hydrogel, with higher oxygen permeability for the cornea, extended wear contact lenses are replaced every two weeks or every month, as per prescription.Read more
Tanya Roydeva, Customer Care
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We have more than 1 million pairs of lenses for immediate shipment.
For orders of lower value you can use Royal Mail delivery services from £ 1.99.
We are among the major resellers of contact lenses in Europe, because we have great prices for everyone.
From your first purchase you get bonus points which can be exchanged for free gifts.
Guaranteed replacement lenses if you change the prescription.
Continuous wear contact lenses are the only lenses that are adjusted to a non-stop wear, including at night as you don’t have to take them out and put them in a solution when you go to bed. This is thanks to their special silicon-hydrogel material which has a very high oxygen permeability and even sensitive eyes can breath naturally underneath them (even when sleeping).
Sometimes these lenses are also called extended wear contact lenses.
Continuous wear contact lenses. Maximum comfort, minimum worries. Contact lenses for continuous wear are becoming more and more popular. Using them is comfortable and easy – there’s no need to put them in a cleaning solution as you leave them in your eyes continuously for up to 30 days.
Their advantages are obvious – they require minimal care but offer maximum comfort. They offer clear vision even at night which you’ll appreciate especially if you have stronger diopters.
Extended wear contact lenses can be worn up to 7 nights but continuous lenses can stay on they eyes up to 28 - 30 nights, according to the doctor's or optometrist's prescription.