Save time and money when you buy your contact lenses online from Feel Good Contacts. With our Price Match Guarantee
, you can be sure you’re getting your lenses for the cheapest price in the UK!
On top of this, we offer next day delivery as standard, and if your order total is over £45 then delivery is on us.
Our huge range includes daily, two weekly, monthly, toric, multifocal and coloured contact lenses. We also stock the branded equivalent of all Specsavers
and Vision Express
contact lenses at a fraction of the cost. This means you’ll always be able to find exactly what you’re looking for at Feel Good Contacts!
What types of contact lenses are there?
Daily contact lenses
Convenience and comfort are some of the major benefits of choosing daily disposable contact lenses. Dailies can be worn for a full day then simply thrown away after, meaning no cleaning or storing and minimal risk of infection. Our most popular daily contact lens choices are: 1 Day Acuvue Moist, Dailies AquaComfort Plus, Focus Dailies All Day Comfort and Dailies Total 1.
Two weekly contact lenses
Designed for a full two weeks of daily wear before needing to be replaced, two weekly contact lenses are an effective compromise between monthlies and dailies. Some two weekly contacts can even be worn continuously for up to a week, allowing you the freedom to choose your own contact lens routine. The Acuvue range at FeelGoodContacts.com includes two weekly contact lenses such as Acuvue Oasys and Acuvue Advance.
Monthly contact lenses
Monthlies are the most affordable type of contact lens as they are stored, cleaned and reused every day for as long as 30 days. The most popular monthly contact lenses on the UK market include Biofinity, Air Optix Aqua and PureVision.
Extended Wear lenses
Extended wear lenses offer you the freedom to decide how you want to wear your lenses. You can wear them day and night for a week or a month, depending on the lens, or increase their longevity by cleaning and storing them every night. Extended wear is an option with popular brands such as Biofinity and Acuvue Oasys, as well as the specially designed Air Optix Night & Day Aqua.
Toric lenses for astigmatism
Toric contact lenses have been specially created to counter the effects of astigmatism and offer clear, uninterrupted vision. Astigmatism often results in haziness or blurriness for the sufferer’s vision, however can be corrected by using toric contacts, available in daily, two weekly and monthly editions, from FeelGoodContacts.com. Toric contact lenses from best-selling ranges include 1 Day Acuvue Moist for Astigmatism, Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric, Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism and Proclear Toric.
Multifocal contact lenses
Eliminate the need for varifocal or bifocal glasses when you wear multifocal contacts. If you suffer from presbyopia, enjoy the freedom of wearing contacts that not only correct your vision, but offer an unrivalled degree of comfort. Try best-selling multifocal contact lenses, available at the best UK prices, with 1 Day Acuvue Moist Multifocal, Air Optix Aqua Multifocal and Dailies AquaComfort Plus Multifocal.
Coloured contact lenses
Available in a wide range of different prescription powers, or as zero-prescription lenses, colour contacts offer visual correction while making a bold fashion statement. Whether you want to subtly enhance your eye colour or introduce a new shade entirely, FeelGoodContacts.com stock the best-selling colour contact lenses around. Choose from leading brands such as FreshLook Colorblends, Air Optix Color and 1 Day Acuvue Define - Sparkle and Shimmer.
Do I need my prescription to buy contact lenses online?
Having said that, you do need to know your prescription requirements so we can provide the right lenses for you. If you need any help understanding what your prescription figures mean, or where to find them, visit our prescription page
How to look after your contact lenses
Unless you’re wearing daily disposables, you’re going to need to know how to clean and store your contact lenses properly. This way you’ll avoid any problems, such as irritation and infection, and will make sure your lenses are safe and comfortable to wear.
That’s why we’ve created a helpful contact lens care guide
, that lets you know just which contact lens solution you’ll need, and what to do with your lenses after a day’s wear.
How do I put in and take out my contact lenses?
Once you’ve got the hang of it, applying and removing your contact lenses is a walk in the park. We do understand, however, that at first it can seem a bit daunting.
So, we’ve made things easier for you with a step-by-step guide
on how to put in, and take out, your contact lenses.