CONTACT LENSES

With over 125 million contact lenses users across the world, it’s important that you know what your options are. As technology has advanced, contact lenses are safer and healthier than ever to allow clear vision with maximum comfort. Here at Lens RUS we have access to a large variety of contact lenses on the market and work with you to ensure you have the type of lenses that matches your lifestyle.


Types of Contact Lenses:


Daily soft contact lenses are the most popular type of contact lenses worn today. This soft contact lens is designed to be removed prior to sleeping and are the safest type of contact lens to wear. Daily soft contact lenses are convenient for most people who want to wear contact lenses because of their easy care solution: simply discarded at the end of each day.
Longevity = 1 day

Daily Disposable Contact Lenses:


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Bi-weekly soft contact lenses are similar to daily contact lenses. They are worn the same way and can treat the same prescriptions. The difference is that you clean and store the contacts nightly with a cleaning solution. Bi-weekly contact lenses are great if having fresh lenses on a regular basis and product value are important to you.
Longevity = 1 to 2 weeks

Biweekly Disposable Contact Lenses:


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Bi-weekly soft contact lenses are similar to daily contact lenses. They are worn the same way and can treat the same prescriptions. The difference is that you clean and store the contacts nightly with a cleaning solution. Bi-weekly contact lenses are great if having fresh lenses on a regular basis and product value are important to you.
Longevity = 1 to 2 weeks

Monthly Disposble Contact Lenses


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Click here to see the various colors avaible to give you that desired look.

Color Contacts


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Caring for your contact lenses:

  • Wash your hands with warm water and soap before handling your contact lenses or before touching your eyes. Any residue from lotions, soaps, or chemicals may stick to the contact lens, causing pain, irritation, or blurred vision when they are in your eyes.
  • Clean and store your contact lenses in a clean case in fresh solution.
  • Clean your contact lens case after each use with either sterile solution or hot tap water and let air dry.
  • Plain water should not be used to clean your contact lenses and never put your contact lenses in your mouth to “rinse” them.
  • If you develop an eye infection (signs include redness, burning, or excessive tearing), remove your contact lenses and discontinue use until you talk with your optometrists.
  • See your optometrist annually to check your contact lens prescription.

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