1-Day Acuvue Moist is a soft daily disposable contact lens by Johnson and Johnson that uses new technology. It uniquely combines the proven 1 Day Acuvue material of Etafilcon A and adds the moisture-rich ingredient Lacreon. Via a proprietary process Johnson and Johnson embed this water retaining ingredient, very similar to your own tears it into the lens. This creates a long-lasting smooth cushion throughout the lens, which keeps moisture in and dryness at bay, making 1 Day Acuvue Moist a great choice for dry eyes. they help eyes feel fresh and comfortable all day long.
Each lens comes in buffered saline with povidone.
1 Day Acuvue Moist is loved by Optometrist and contact lens wearers, it is often the first lens of choice due to is capability of being accepted by a wide range of eyes, it comes in 2 fittings, 8.5 and 9.0 and has a large optical range +6.00 to -12.00, with the Lacreon technology it's also idea for dry eye sufferers, but it doesn't end there, 1 Day Acuvue Moist also contains UVA and UVB blockers and with the addition of a 123 inside our indicator makes it a great choice for first time wearers.
"Helps keep eyes feeling moist and fresh even at the end of the day"
Manufacturer: Johnson and Johnson
Wearing Type:Daily disposable contact Lenses
Power Range: +6.00 to -12.00
Base Curve(s): 8.5 and 9.0
Lens Material: Etafilcon A with Lacreon
Water Content: 58%
Oxygen Permeability: 33 Dk/t
Handling Tint: Yes
UVA/UVB Protection: Yes
Quantity per Box: 30 lenses
Inside out indicator: Yes -123
1 Day Acuvue Moist is a great choice if you have any eye issue, whether you suffer dry eyes syndrome or just get the occasional dry eyes after long screen time sessions or late night partying, the addition of Lacreon really helps your eyes stay moist all day.
There is no doubt that 1 Day Acuvue Moist is a great lens, often the first lens of choice for prescribing Optometrist, the main issue for customers with this lens is the price! Unless you have particularly dry or sensitive eye then there are other lenses available that do the job just as well,
We have introduced a new daily lens for dry eyes and even more comfort - Crystal Aqua Daily, at only £6.99/30 lenses. A great replacement for 1 Day Acuvue Moist - but 2/3 cheaper. We have had 1000's of customers successfully change between 1 Day Acuvue Moist and Crystal Aqua Daily.
|Daily Lenses||Cost Per Month||Cost Per Year||Switch to Crystal Aqua and SAVE|
|1 Day Acuvue Moist||£35.98/30 pairs||£431.76|
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1 Day Acuvue Moist is very popular for many reasons -
As 1 Day Acuvue Moist is a daily disposable contact lens, they are not recommended or designed for multiple wear. they are designed to be worn once to provide a fresh clean lens every day and prevent protein build up and reduce eye infections. Daily lenses are also thinner than 2 weekly or monthly lenses and so are not as robust to withstand daily cleaning and storing.
No, 1 Day Acuvue Moist does not contain silicone, it provides long lasting comfort and moisture by using Etafilcon A with Lacreon, if you are looking for a Johnson and Johnson daily contact lens with silicone hydrogel then checkout 1Day Acuvue Trueye.
My eyes don't get on with most contact lenses, so I use them mainly for outdoor use. They are comfortable to wear all day. They occasionally 'lift' slightly in strong winds but I very rarely lose one and this includes cycling, ski-ing and windsurfing! Quality is good and you get hardly any out of box failures.
I am very short sighted. I wear my lenses for the vast majority of the day, as wearing glasses isn't really feasible. These lenses are excellent, and comfortable from 7am to 11pm. My optician recommends them also. I have been wearing them for a few years now and would say they are the upper end of the contact lens market. I'd recommend them.
I reviewed these same lenses a while ago and criticized how bad they were, but after being forced to switch from monthly to daily lenses, I originally switched to a different type of Acuvue lenses (i.e. not the Moist but the Advance). When these was discontinued I again was forced to retry this lense as it was the only alternative, but I am happy to say I have been wearing these for over a year and they are much much better than they used to be.
I tried these 'moist'ones as my eyes tend to be rather dry when wearing lenses. Yes, they are a bit delicate, but i personally have not had much problem with them.
Tip : once on your finger - hold them up to the light and look out for the '123' on the rim of the lense - this shows it's the right way round as these do easily flip.
I usually wear them when going out or during the summer when wearing sunglasses, but have wore them all day & have been ok.
Ordered Friday morning, received the following morning. Now that is what I call service. As for Acuvue Moist? Well, I've been using them since I can't remember. Yes, occasionally a bit fiddly but I work in an office environment so my eyes often dry out. These fit the bill perfectly.
Recently, Acuvue stopped making my usual contact lenses so I had to find an alternative. I decided to go with the same company and try out these lenses, despite the less than favourable reviews.
I found them to be as good as, if not better, than my previous type of lenses. I suffer from dry eyes, and no contact lenses don't not irritate them a bit but they were quite comfortable with these lenses.
They are thinner, but I find this means they are much easier to insert into my eye.
I can wear these for 8 hours or more without my eyes getting too irritable.
Overall, I'm pleased with them and am sticking with them.