Brands of Contact Lenses
Types of Contact Lenses
- Daily Contact Lenses
- Monthly Contact Lenses
- Two Weekly Contact Lenses
- Coloured Contact Lenses
- Toric/Astigmatism Contact Lenses
- Multifocal Contact Lenses
- Extended Wear Contact Lenses
- Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lenses
- UV Protection Contact Lenses
- Cheap Contact Lenses
- Next Day Contact Lenses
- No Prescription Lenses
Monthly Disposable 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. You must remove them each night, clean and store them using the solutions recommended by your eyecare practitioner. They're the most common type of soft lens fitted in the UK and have many advantages. Re-usable lenses offer all the benefits of soft lenses and are more cost-effective than daily disposables for those who wear their lenses every day or almost every day. They're also available in a wide range of materials, fittings, powers, and designs. 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?
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.
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. However, RGP lenses cannot be worn while playing ball sport unless you are wearing a protective eye wear.
What vision problems do monthly contact lenses correct?
Monthly 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. We have a broad range of cheap monthly contact lenses available.
Types of monthly contact lenses
1. 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 Plus HydraGlyde for Astigmatism which fits comfortably and stays in place all day. Another option is Biofinity Toric. These silicone hydrogel monthly toric contact lenses allow up to 6 times more oxygen through to the eye than standard hydrogel lenses.
2. Monthly multifocal contact lenses
Contact lenses that correct presbyopia are called multifocal or varifocal contact lenses. Some of the monthly multifocal contact lenses in our range include Proclear Multifocal, these monthly contacts provide clear and uninterrupted vision at all distances. Lenses like Bausch and Lomb Ultra for Presbyopia Clariti Multifocal lenses provides a seamless transition between the different prescriptions in your lens.
3. Monthly coloured contact lenses
Enjoy a change to your natural eye colour with monthly-coloured contact lenses. 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 Colors for a fashionable change to your eye colour. These lenses are silicon based; they blend together three rings of colour for a natural look that has depth and vibrancy. If you are looking for a longer wearing lenses, then Air optic lens is a better option for you.
4. Extended wear 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 and Biofinity monthly lenses can be worn continuously for up to 30 days and nights, if approved by your optician.
What are the most popular monthly contacts lenses?
Here is a list of the most popular and best monthly contact lenses.
|Popular monthly contact lenses||Brand||Price|
|Monthly contact lenses for astigmatism||Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde for Astigmatism||£21.99|
|Monthly coloured contact lenses||FreshLook Colorblends||£15.95|
|Extended- monthly contact lenses||Biofinity Contacts||£11.90|
|Monthly multifocal contact lenses||Biofinity Multifocal||£27.95|
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How much should monthly contact lenses cost?
The cost of monthly contact lenses will depend on factors like contact lens prescription, design, material, brand, pack size, and purpose of the type of lens to be purchased. For instance, prices for monthly contact lenses for astigmatism starts from £14.90 and goes up to £55.90. Whereas the price for monthly-coloured lenses starts from £7.90 and goes up to £32.95. In general, the cost of monthly contact lenses varies from £2.99 up to £71.90.
|Contact lenses monthly range||Price range|
|Monthly contact lenses for astigmatism||£14.90 - £55.90|
|Monthly coloured contact lenses||£7.90 - £32.95|
|Extended- monthly contact lenses||£11.90 - £53.80|
|Monthly multifocal contact lenses||£20.95 - £71.90|
Can you sleep in your monthly contact lenses?
Be it dailies, two weekly or monthly contact lenses, it is advised to remove your contact lenses before you go to bed. There is always a risk of damaging your eyes if your contact lenses are not specifically made for overnight and extended wear use. You might face a range of different eye issues from minor irritation to serious infections.
Sleeping with your contact lenses in, even just for an hour would be a bad idea. For some, eyes can be more sensitive than others and react differently. It is just not worth taking the risk. It is advisable to not sleep with your contact lenses on unless advised and fitted by the optician for extended wear.
Are monthly contact lenses safe?
Monthly contact lenses are absolutely safe to wear as long as you are following good hand hygiene and getting regular eye checks by your optician. Silicon Hydrogel contact lenses are specifically beneficial as this soft lens keeps your eyes hydrated throughout the day. They are designed for long wearing times and allow your eyes to breathe providing you with comfort, hygiene, and endurance.
How long do monthly contact lenses last?
Monthly contact lenses are designed to be worn for up to 30 days. You must remember to change your lenses when required or it can cause your cornea to swell and lead to conditions like corneal abrasion, dry eyes, red eyes and an overgrowth of blood vessels which in turn can cause irreparable damage to your cornea.
Can you keep monthly contact lenses in for a month?
Monthly contact lenses can be worn for up to 30 days. You should replace your lenses after the recommended time mentioned on the packaging of the lens box. Please note that some lenses can be worn continuously for a month (or you can also get 6 nights 7 days wear), but only when prescribed by your optician. However, once open, you must throw away your lenses after 30 days.
How do you clean monthly contact lenses?
Here are the steps to follow for cleaning your monthly contact lenses:
- Wash your hands - remember to dry your hands with lint-free towel.
- Apply contact lens solution - place each contact lens into the palm of your hand, one at a time. Apply a few drops of contact lens solution such as comfi All-in-One Solution to your lens.
- Clean the lenses - gently rub the lens back and forth with your index finger and thumb to clean the surface of the lens for at least 10 seconds.
- Rinse the lens - Applying a few more drops of contact lens solution, rinse the lens with the lens solution (saline solution or multi-purpose solution). Please note that saline solution isn't a disinfectant.
- Fill your clean case – put your lens into a clean contact lens case filled with fresh disinfecting solution. Never top up old solution with more.
- Repeat - repeat the same for your other lens.
- Soak the lenses - leave both lenses to soak in the lens holder as per the recommendation mentioned on your product packaging.
- Put the lid back on the solution bottle, or it will get contaminated.
- Throw your solution away 28 days or two months after opening, don’t just wait for the solution to run out.
- Never use water to clean your lenses.
Are monthly contact lenses for 30 days or 30 wears?
Monthly contacts can be worn for a period of 30 days before being replaced with a new pair. You must throw lenses away after 30 days and not 30 wears. This is important to protect your eyes against any eye infections such as red eye or dry eyes. We have the best monthly contact lenses for you to use from a range of brands with an amazing price range.