Monthly Contact Lenses

Monthly Contact Lenses

Monthly contact lenses are a cost-effective option for contact lens wearers. There are different types of contact lenses with monthly wear times, designed to correct different visual problems. If you don't mind a regular lens cleaning routine, then a monthly lens may be more suitable for you than daily disposable contact lenses.

What are monthly contact lenses?

Monthly contact lenses can be worn daily for up to 30 consecutive days before needing to be replaced with a new set. These lenses can be worn all day and must be taken out before sleeping to be cleaned and stored, ready for the next day. Monthlies are generally more affordable and ecological than daily disposables, monthly contact lenses are also available in a wide range of prescriptions.

Why should I choose monthly contact lenses?

Value – Monthly contact lenses give greater value for money than daily disposable and two weekly lenses. By using the same set of lenses for a month, not only are you saving money but you're also choosing a more environmentally friendly option than dailies.

Freedom – Monthly disposable contact lenses are perfect for those who wear their lenses on a daily basis. They’re also far more practical for your visual requirements than glasses, particularly if you play sports or are out of the house a lot of the day.

What vision problems do monthly contact lenses correct?

1 month contact lenses can be used to correct several types of visual problems. Monthly, reusable contact lenses are designed to correct hyperopia (long sightedness), myopia (short sightedness), astigmatism and presbyopia.

Are monthly contact lenses cheaper than daily?

Monthly contact lenses tend to be cheaper than daily disposables, this is because with dailies you dispose of the lens every day. Using a new lens every day means you will go through your lenses at a much quicker rate. If you don't mind a regular lens cleaning routine and you'd like to save money, then a monthly contact lens would be a more suitable option.

Types of monthly contact lenses

Monthly contact lenses for astigmatism

Contact lenses that correct astigmatism are called toric contact lenses. Some popular monthly contact lenses for astigmatism include Air Optix for Astigmatism which fits comfortably and stays in place all day. Another option are Biofinity Toric. These silicone hydrogel lenses that allow up to 6 times more oxygen through to the eye than standard hydrogel lenses.

Monthly multifocal contact lenses

Contact lenses that correct presbyopia are called multifocal or varifocal contact lenses. Some of the multifocal lenses in our range include Proclear Multifocal, these lenses provide clear and uninterrupted vision at all distances. Bausch and Lomb Ultra for Presbyopia provides a seamless transition between the different prescriptions in your lens.

Coloured monthly contact lenses

Enjoy a change to your natural eye colour with a monthly coloured lens. Enhance your eyes with Freshlook Colorblends, these lenses will keep your eyes hydrated throughout the day with their 55% water content. Or you could try Air Optix Colours for a fashionable change to your eye colour. These lenses blend together three rings of colour for a natural look that has depth and vibrancy.

Extended wearing monthly contact lenses

Extended wear contact lenses can be worn for extended periods of time without removal, but only if approved by your optician. Air Optix Day & Night Aqua can be worn continuously for up to 30 days and nights, if approved by your optician.

Buy your cheap monthly contact lenses online, at Feel Good Contacts

Buy your monthly contact lenses online in the UK for less, at Feel Good Contacts. We stock a wide range of brand names for the lowest price in the UK, thanks to our Price Match guarantee. For more information about monthly contact lenses, how to clean your lenses and much more, please visit our Eye Care Hub.

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