DAILIES® AquaComfort PLUS® Toric

DAILY DISPOSABLE CONTACT LENSES FOR PEOPLE WITH ASTIGMATISM

  • Refreshing all day comfort7
  • A new lens every day, no cleaning
  • Enjoy extra freedom
 
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ABOUT DAILIES® AQUACOMFORT PLUS® TORIC

REFRESHING ALL DAY COMFORT7

You should expect your lenses to feel comfortable from when you start wearing them until you take them out. With DAILIES® AquaComfort PLUS® Toric lenses, moisturising agents are released from the lens to deliver refreshing comfort every time you blink7.

 

A NEW LENS EVERYDAY

A new pair of lenses every day means no hassle. You simply start wearing fresh, new lenses in the morning, then take out and throw them away at night. It’s that simple and hygienic.

 

ENJOY EXTRA FREEDOM

Contact lenses give you freedom that you don’t normally experience with glasses. You can show off who you are, inside and out, with the freedom that contact lenses provide.

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RECOMMENDED FOR

  • People with astigmatism who are new to contact lenses
  • Everyday or occasional use for sport, work or play

 

CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL

If you have any questions about whether DAILIES® AquaComfort PLUS® Toric contact lenses are right for you, please consult your optician.

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YOU MIGHT BE WONDERING

    Astigmatism is a common and usually minor eye condition that causes blurred, distorted or ‘fuzzy’ vision. It usually occurs when the cornea isn't a perfectly curved shape. The more irregularity in the eye, the more likely you are to need corrective lenses to help you focus better.

     

     

    Daily disposable toric contact lenses are the same as regular daily contact lenses, but with one key difference – they are contact lenses for astigmatism. In general, people with astigmatism sometimes experience blurred or distorted vision. This is due to an irregularly-shaped cornea ¬– the more irregularity, the more likely you are to need corrective lenses to help you focus light rays better.

     

    You need to ensure that your hands are thoroughly washed and dried. Place the contact lens on your forefinger. Pull down the lower lid with the middle or ring finger on the same hand, while using your other hand to hold the upper lid firmly open. Look directly at the contact lens or in a mirror, then place the lens directly on the centre of your eye. After positioning the contact lens, slowly let go of the lower, then the upper eyelid. Blink, then the contact lens should be in place.

     

    It’s normal for your vision to change over time and over the decades. Please consult your optician to have your eyes checked regularly. A yearly check-up is recommended.

     

    Daily disposable contact lenses are developed to last from application in the morning until removal in the mid to late evening. We advise wearers to carefully follow the recommendations provided by your optician.