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What are Acuvue Advance contact lenses?
Created by eye care experts Johnson & Johnson, Acuvue Advance are some of the most popular two weekly contact lenses in the UK. Providing a reliable and comfortable form of visual correction for short-sightedness, long-sightedness or astigmatism, these two weekly contact lenses can cater for all your needs.
Why should I choose Acuvue Advance contact lenses?
These two weekly contact lenses are highly comfortable to wear, providing long-lasting hydration and hygiene throughout the day.
Hydraclear Technology works to provide moisture and keep eyes hydrated all day long, offering a naturally moist and comfortable presence on your eyes.
These Acuvue contact lenses have been made from silicone hydrogel, promoting breathability and comfort from morning till night. These silicone hydrogel contact lenses allow up to five times the amount of oxygen to travel through the lens to reach the eye than other standard hydrogel contact lenses.
More oxygen over the course of the day keeps eyes fresher and healthier for longer, preventing irritation and the onset of dry eye. Acuvue Advance are ideal for working professionals, those with busy schedules or anyone with sensitive eyes.
With a more hygienic lens replacement schedule than monthlies, yet available at more economic price than daily disposables, these two weekly contact lenses offer the best of both worlds for contact lens wearers.
What types of Acuvue Advance contact lenses are there?
Acuvue Advance contact lenses are two weekly contact lenses designed for correction of myopia (short-sightedness) or hyperopia (long-sightedness), while you can also find Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism, toric contact lenses designed to correct the vision of those with astigmatism.
How can I look after my Acuvue Advance contact lenses?
As two weekly contact lenses, Acuvue Advance are designed for daily wear and will need to be removed every night. A simple contact lens cleaning routine will need to be followed, with contact lens solution required for cleaning and storing your lenses overnight. By following a few simple steps, you can be sure your Acuvue contact lenses are fresh, clean and safe to wear the next morning.
Why can’t I find Acuvue Advance contact lenses for my prescription?
Unfortunately, Acuvue Advance has been discontinued by manufacturer Johnson & Johnson, and only limited prescriptions are currently available. While we stock a reduced prescription range, you’ll also find the upgraded version of this lens, Acuvue Oasys.
Made with advanced Hydraclear Plus technology, our range of Acuvue Oasys contact lenses also includes Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism and Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia, available at the guaranteed cheapest UK prices.
Alternatively, Johnson & Johnson’s 1 Day Acuvue range offers a selection of daily disposable lenses. You’ll discover 1 Day Acuvue Moist, the UK’s most popular contact lens, a well as 1 Day Acuvue TruEye, a highly impressive silicone hydrogel daily lens.
However, you'll need to speak with your optician regarding which lenses are suitable to your eyes.