Acuvue Vita is a silicone hydrogel monthly disposable contact lens by leading manufacturers Johnson & Johnson.
Acuvue Vita contains HydraMax Technology to allow them to maximise and maintain lens hydration, whilst protecting against evaporation (1) from day 1 until day 30.
Research carried out by Johnson & Johnson shows Acuvue Vita contact lenses offer up to 21% more comfort, and, superior vision when compared to their leading competitors.
As a monthly disposable contact lens Acuvue Vita requires a short cleaning routine, you will need to use a contact lens solution, remove the lens each evening, rinse, clean and store the lens overnight, before rinsing and inserting the lens the following morning.
As a silicone hydrogel contact lens with a handling tint, and inside-out indicator, they an ideal choice for new contact lens wearers.
Yes, Johnson & Johnson released Acuve Vita monthly disposable contact lenses in late 2022, so now you can experience all the benefits of Acuvue lenses in monthly disposable format.
No, Acuvue Vita is a monthly disposable contact lens. It is a silicone hydrogel contact lens but is not approved for extended wear. You can wear Acuvue Vita for 30 days but they need to be removed each evening, rinsed, cleaned, and stored overnight, before being ready for the next days wear.
Unfortunately not, Acuvue Vita is designed to be a monthly disposable contact lens, and although it is a silicone hydrogel contact lens it is not approved for overnight wear.
If you are looking for lenses to wear overnight, or to sleep in occasionally, ask your Optometrist about extended wear contact lenses.
Manufacturer: Johnson & Johnson
Wearing Type: Silicone Hydrogel, Monthly Disposable Contact Lenses
Power Range: -0.50 to -12.00 and +0.50 to +8.00
Base Curve(s): 8.4 and 8.8
Lens Material: Senofilcon C
Technology: HydraMax Technology
Water Content: 41%
Oxygen Permeability:147 Dk/t
Handling Tint: Yes
UVA/UVB Protection: Yes. 99%UVB and 93% UVA
Quantity Per Box: 3
Inside Out Indicator: Yes “1 2 3”
Author: John Dreyer Optometrist Bsc(Hons), MCOPTOM, DipCLP
John qualified from Aston University in 1980, he has authored for Contactlenses.co.uk over the last 20 years, bringing his expertise to visitors to the site and providing valuable optical advice to customer questions throughout the years. He has been featured by several leading publications including The Express and ITProPortal