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Acuvue Contact Lenses

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About Acuvue Contacts

Lens.com has been a proud online retailer of Acuvue brand contact lenses for more than 20 years. Order your Acuvue contacts from Lens.com today and take advantage of our discount prices.

About the Acuvue Brand

Johnson & Johnson introduced Acuvue® contacts to the market in 1987, transforming vision correction. Since then, the brand has been dedicated to bringing leading-edge innovation in eye lens technology to people worldwide, so it’s no surprise that Acuvue lenses are worn by more people than any other brand today.

The Complete Line of Acuvue Contacts

Johnson & Johnson revolutionized the contact lens industry when it introduced Acuvue brand contacts — the world’s first disposable soft lenses. The contacts were originally indicated for seven-day extended wear but eventually became a daily-wear lens.

Today, the Acuvue brand has several product families, including daily disposable lenses, 1-2 week lenses, and monthly disposable lenses.

Daily disposable Acuvue contacts:

  • 1-Day Acuvue Moist – (etafilcon A) hydrogel material (available for astigmatism and presbyopia). Introduced in 2006.
  • 1-Day Acuvue TruEye – (narafilcon A) first silicone hydrogel daily disposable; released 2008 in European Markets and 2010 in North America.
  • 1-Day Acuvue Define – (etafilcon A) hydrogel material. Introduced in 2001.
  • 1-Day Acuvue Oasys with HydraLuxe – (senofilcon A) silicone hydrogel material (available for astigmatism)

1-2 week Acuvue contacts:

  • Acuvue 2 – (etafilcon A) hydrogel material. Introduced in 1999.
  • Acuvue Oasys – (senofilcon A) silicone hydrogel material (available for presbyopia in US and astigmatism in most other markets). Introduced in 2005.

Monthly disposable Acuvue contacts:

  • Acuvue Vita – (senofilcon C) Methyl ether cellulose. Introduced in 2016.

Why Choose Acuvue?

Acuvue (derived from “accurate view”) is the world’s leading brand of disposable contact lenses. Manufactured by Johnson & Johnson, Acuvue contacts are known for being high-quality lenses that come in many different variations to accommodate a wide range of vision correction needs. So whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, or presbyopic, there’s an Acuvue lens for you.

Acuvue has been on the forefront of eye lens technology since 1987. As such, many Acuvue lenses feature advanced technologies to ensure comfort and visual acuity. Examples include:

  • HydraLuxe™ - HydraLuxe is a unique design with an enhanced network of tear-like molecules that lubricates and moisturizes the lens for effortless blinking. HydraLuxe is featured in Acuvue Oasys 1-Day and Acuvue Oasys 1-Day for Astigmatism contacts.
  • HYDRACLEAR® PLUS - HYDRACLEAR PLUS is a patented technology that mixes a wetting agent into the lens formula itself. Inspired by the way the tear film works, that wetting agent keeps the lens moist, soft, and smooth all day. All Acuvue Oasys 2-Week contacts feature HYDRACLEAR PLUS.
  • LACREON® - LACREON is a wetting technology that ensures long-lasting comfort by permanently embedding a wetting agent called polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) into the lens material. LACREON is unique to the 1-Day Acuvue Moist portfolio.

Aside from eye-inspired technologies, Acuvue contacts also feature high levels of UV protection. This makes them a popular choice among lens wearers who spend a lot of time outdoors. Many Acuvue contacts come with visibility tints and inside-out marks as well. Both of these features make it easy to insert and handle your contacts.

What do customers love about Acuvue contacts?

Acuvue contacts are incredibly popular among Lens.com customers. Here’s what our customers have to say about this brand:

  • Comfortable - Customers love that Acuvue contacts stay soft, smooth, and moist, even after several hours of wear. 
  • Easy to use - Customers find it easy to insert and remove Acuvue contacts, thanks to their visibility tints and inside-out markings.
  • Reliable - Customers can count on Acuvue contacts to provide consistent, stable vision and long-lasting comfort throughout wear.

Acuvue Contacts Compared

Here’s how some of our most popular Acuvue contacts stack up against each other:

Contact Lens Attribute

Acuvue 2

Acuvue Oasys 2-Week

Acuvue Oasys 1-Day

Acuvue VITA

1-Day Acuvue Moist

1-Day Acuvue Define

Lens type

1-2 week lens

1-2 week lens

Daily disposable

Monthly disposable

Daily disposable

Daily disposable

Water content

58%

38%

38%

41%

58%

58%

Material type

Hydrogel

Silicone hydrogel

Silicone hydrogel

Silicone hydrogel

Hydrogel

Hydrogel

Approved for overnight wear

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

Lens.com average customer rating

9.2/10

9.3/10

9/10

9.4/10

9.1/10

9.5/10

Availability

In stock

In stock

In stock

In stock

In stock

In stock

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you sleep in Acuvue contacts?

Yes you can sleep in Acuvue contacts with guidance from your ECP, but only with certain Acuvue contacts, not all. The Acuvue Oasys line of contacts are FDA-approved for extended wear, this does not include any 1-day contacts or their monthly lenses (Acuvue Vita).

What's the difference between ACUVUE OASYS BRAND and ACUVUE VITA BRAND Contact Lenses

Both ACUVUE OASYS and ACUVUE VITA are silicone hydrogel-based (Senofilcon) contact lenses. Here are the key differences between the two:
- ACUVUE OASYS lenses have a replacement schedule of two weeks, while ACUVUE VITA lenses have a replacement schedule of one month.
- ACUVUE OASYS lenses can be worn for an extended period of up to 6 days and 7 nights, while ACUVUE VITA lenses need to be removed every night before sleep.
- ACUVUE OASYS uses a hydration technology called HYDRACLEAR PLUS, while ACUVUE VITA uses a technology called HydraMax.
- ACUVUE OASYS lenses are available for all three major vision problems (nearsightedness or farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia), while ACUVUE VITA doesn't have lenses for presbyopia.
Consult an eye care professional to determine which of these lenses are best for you.

Does ACUVUE make colored contacts?

No. ACUVUE has discontinued production of the 1-DAY DEFINE Brand Natural Sparkle and Natural Shimmer designs.

Does ACUVUE make monthly contact lenses?

Yes. ACUVUE VITA contact lenses can be worn for a 30-day period before disposal. Keep in mind that you still need to remove them each night before going to sleep. Consult with an eye care professional beforehand to determine if ACUVUE VITA contacts are the right ones for you.

Can I sleep in my ACUVUE OASYS, ACUVUE VITA, 1-DAY ACUVUE MOIST Contact Lenses?

If you want to sleep in your contact lenses, then you have to wear specific contact lenses that are FDA-approved for extended wear. ACUVUE OASYS Brand Contact Lenses are FDA-approved for extended wear of up to 6 nights and 7 days. These contact lenses are equipped with HYDRACLEAR PLUS technology, which works to provide superior comfort even when worn throughout the day. Consult with an eye care professional first to determine if ACUVUE OASYS Contact Lenses are ideal for you.

Who owns Acuvue?
Acuvue (from "Accurate view") is a brand of disposable contact lenses made in Jacksonville Florida and Limerick-based Vistakon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson (J&J).
Can you shower with Acuvue contacts?
No. You should not expose your Acuvue contact lenses to water. Avoid swimming and showering with your contacts. This is true for all contacts, not only Acuvue contacts.
What are the different types of Acuvue contacts?
Acuvue carries a variety of contact lenses specifically designed for people with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. You can also choose either monthly, bi-weekly, or daily contact lenses depending on your lifestyle and budget.
What are Acuvue contacts made from?
Acuvue contacts are made out of Silicone Hydrogel and Hydrogel materials. Senofilcon A is the adopted material name for the majority of Acuvue contacts.

Acuvue Contact Lens Reviews

Rating: 9.2/10 - 1979 reviews

Acuvue 2

1-2 Week Disposable

I always seem to wait too long to order my lenses. Iím always down to my very last pair, but I donít worry any more because I can count on them being delivered within a day with this company. It keeps me coming back. Plus, the prices are great!
I have been using Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism lenses for many years. With the right eye prescription from your Optometrist they give great vision and are very comfortable to ware. Even with occasional extended ware no issues.
For my contacts, only Lens.com. Your service is awesome all the time. I love Lens.com.

1-Day Acuvue TruEye

Daily Disposable

I got my contacts within a few days of submitting my prescription. Saved me time and money.

1-Day Acuvue Define

Daily Disposable

I can't even feel them in my eyes. My old contacts made my eyes get dry, but these do not do that. They don't rip as easily, but are still soft.
Living in a dry climate, my eyes would get red and irritated with my other lenses. I couldnít wear them all day. I never have that problem with the Acuvue Oasys Hydraluxe lenses. I love them!

Acuvue VITA

Monthly Disposable

I found Lens.com on line on a Google search for best way to buy contact lenses. It was easy ordering. Received everything timely. Now just waiting for the rebate. Which seems to be easy also. Thanks for everything.👍
Literally got order in day!! Love Lens.com. my go to for a decade.
Near vision not quite as good as Acuvue for presbyopia. Night vision may be slightly better. All in all I would prefer Acuvue for presbiopia.