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Acuvue Oasys 24 Pack Acuvue Oasys 24 Pack as low as $110.00
Acuvue Oasys For Astigmatism Acuvue Oasys For Astigmatism as low as $40.00
Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia as low as $40.00
Biomedics 38 Biomedics 38 as low as $28.67
Biomedics 55 Biomedics 55 as low as $22.56
Biomedics 55 Premier Biomedics 55 Premier as low as $23.18
Biomedics Toric Biomedics Toric as low as $28.20
Biomedics XC Aspheric Biomedics XC Aspheric as low as $21.59
FreshLook Colorblends FreshLook Colorblends as low as $40.77
FreshLook Colors FreshLook Colors as low as $40.81

Weekly Contacts

Weekly Contact Lenses are some of the most prescribed contact lenses. There is the largest variety in weekly contacts, so there is the much higher chance a doctor will prescribe them. Weekly contact lenses also offer a great selection for individuals with astigmatism or presbyopia. Be sure to follow your doctor’s instruction, even though some weekly contact lenses are approved for overnight approval, your doctor may advise against it.

2 Week Contacts

While weekly contact lenses are popular, 2 week contacts are also a great option. Depending on the recommendation by your doctor, 2 week contacts can be used for up to 2 weeks if you remove them at night, or 1 if worn over night. In many cases, doctors will suggest that patients remove their contacts every night, regardless of the FDA approved usage. Weekly contact lenses typically transmit a higher level of oxygen than their daily counterparts.