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ColourVue Crazy Eyes – 3 Monthly (14mm) – Non Scripted$33.99 SELECT
ColourVue Crazy Eyes – 3 Monthly (14mm) – Scripted$34.99 SELECT
ColourVue Crazy Eyes – 6 Monthly – Sclera (22mm) – Non Scripted$159.00 SELECT
ColourVue Fusion 3 Monthly – Non Scripted$33.99 SELECT
ColourVue Glamour 3 Monthly – Non Scripted$33.99 SELECT
ColourVue Glamour 3 Monthly – Scripted$34.99 SELECT
ColourVue Lumina 3 Monthly – Non Scripted$33.99 SELECT
ColourVue Prosthetic Monthly – Non Scripted$49.00 SELECT
ColourVue TruBlends Monthly – Non Scripted$29.00 SELECT
ColourVue UV Glow – 3 Monthly – Non Scripted$39.00 SELECT
ColourVue UV Glow – Yearly – Non Scripted$49.00 SELECT
Crazy Eyes – 3 Monthly (17mm) – Plano/Non-Scripted$49.00 SELECT
Are monthly contact lenses for 30 days or 30 uses?
Monthly contact lenses are designed to be worn for 30 consecutive days. For those who are looking to wear contact lenses regularly, monthly contact lenses are a personal preference for many contact wearers.
Monthly lenses are designed to be worn for 30 days after you open your contact lens packet and must be replaced after this period.
Can you wear monthly contact lenses overnight?
You should take out your contact lenses when you sleep as it can irate your eye and lead to eye infection. If you want to wear contact lenses at night, you need to ensure that you purchase the right style of contact lenses.
Day and Night contact lenses are designed with the latest technology to ensure a high oxygen transmissibility and are well suited to those with a busy lifestyle. Monthly contact lenses use materials such as silicone hydrogel material to keep your eyes clear and avoid irritation when sleeping.
Day and Night contacts are suitable to be worn around the clock and are specifically designed for this purpose. Note that you should always ensure to read the descriptions and warnings on your contact lenses.
Are monthly contact lenses cheaper than daily contact lenses?
Yes, generally monthly or extended wear contact lenses are cheaper than daily lenses. Daily disposables can only be worn once due to the material they are made from and are not suitable for longer periods as it prevents your eye from getting enough oxygen and can breed bacteria.
There are many benefits of using monthly lenses, and one of the main reasons is the long-term savings. If you are intending on swapping your glasses for contact lenses, then monthly contacts are a budget friendly solution with a great range of brands and styles available.
When shouldn’t you wear contact lenses?
If your eyes are irritated, you should never wear contact lenses as it can affect your vision and cause damage to your eye.
If you have severe allergies or a cold, you may notice that your cornea swells and your contact lenses can further irritate your eye. If you need to wear your monthly contact lenses with symptoms such as this, always ensure to thoroughly clean your lenses to avoid infection or use daily disposables.
Who can wear monthly lenses?
A monthly contact lens can come in Toric, Spherical, Multifocal, and coloured lenses. Monthly contacts are suitable for those with or without eye astigmatism, as long as you select the correct lens type. If you have trouble with picking your contact lenses, contact your optometrist or eye care practitioner.