Are you looking for a reusable contact lens that gives you crisp vision with astigmatism, regardless of how you move your head or eyes? Do you find your eyes feel tired, especially in air-conditioned or heated rooms? If so, ACUVUE OASYS® for ASTIGMATISM are a great choice for you.

MAKING YOUR EYELIDS’ DAY LESS TIRING

Ask for ACUVUE OASYS® for ASTIGMATISM if you:

  • Have astigmatism.1
  • Would like a contact lens with a comfortable, no-lens feel.
  • Want an ultra-smooth feeling contact lens that helps your eyelids to glide easily over your lenses.
  • Need a contact lens that will stay in position to give you sharp vision, whatever you are doing.
  • Spend a long time working with computer screens.
  • Spend time in heated or air-conditioned environments.
  • Find your eyes feel tired throughout the day.
  • Prefer reusable contact lenses, you replace with a new pair twice a month, for hygienic contact lens wear.
  • Are looking for the highest UV blocking available in a reusable lens.2

Thanks to recent developments in technology people with astigmatism can enjoy the benefits of contact lenses. Our Accelerated Stabilisation Design uses the natural power of your blink to keep the contact lens in position and give you clear vision, regardless of how you move your head or eyes.

With an average of 11,000 blinks a day, your eyes travel the distance of a marathon each year. ACUVUE OASYS® for ASTIGMATISM contact lenses help make your eyelids’ journey so much less tiring, people who wear them say it feels like wearing no lens at all.

For more information about wearing ACUVUE® reusable contact lenses download our patient instruction guide here.

1. Your eye care practitioner will confirm if ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses suitable for your eyes.
2. All ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses have UV Blocking to help provide protection against transmission of harmful UV radiation to the cornea and into the eye. UV absorbing contact lenses are NOT substitutes for protective UV absorbing eyewear such as UV absorbing goggles or sunglasses because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. You should continue to use UV absorbing eyewear as directed by your eye care professional.