Correct astigmatism and enjoy clear and stable vision all day long with these premium two weekly contact lenses from Johnson & Johnson. Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism make use of innovative technologies to provide a comfortable and high performing toric contact lens option. With an exclusive Accelerated Stabilisation Design, these toric contact lenses for astigmatism remain stable on the eye no matter how active you are, ensuring minimal rotation during movement. This works to correct astigmatic errors and to deliver clear, stable and consistent vision from morning through till night. Be sure nothing gets in the way of your vision with Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism contact lenses. Made from silicone hydrogel, these Acuvue contact lenses have been created to allow more oxygen through to the eyes than with other hydrogel two weekly lenses. This promotes premium eye health, with oxygen refreshing eyes over the course of the day and preventing the occurrence of dry eye. On top of this, the inclusion of Hydraclear Technology keeps the lenses moist, wettable and comfortable to wear even as the day goes by. With such an impressive degree of hydration and breathability, Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism are the ideal toric contact lenses for a busy lifestyle, or for anyone susceptible to dry eye. Each pair of these quality two weekly contact lenses has been designed for 14 days of wear, requiring nightly removal, cleaning and storing. To take care of these toric contact lenses, all you need to do is clean and store them overnight using a multi purpose contact lens solution, such as our best selling comfi All in One Solution.
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