The Best Single Use Contact Lense

Best Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

October 25, 2020

Mom Lifestyle

Over the last few years I have been using contact lenses for daily use. I’ve been able to try out a few different daily disposable contact lenses and have the eye doctor examine which are the best fit for my eyes.

Single use contact lenses is a more affordable option for people that don’t want to were contacts everyday. For myself, I don’t mind wearing my glasses most days, though there are times that I prefer to wear my contacts. Typically I will wear them during soccer games and if I am recording content and need to avoid having a glasses glare.

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If you find that you are looking into contacts but want to see if they are comfortable for you and something you enjoy, you also may want to start with single use contact lenses to ensure they wear well for you.


Best Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

Best daily contacts

These two style are what were recommended to me and had success with wearing. One I have been preferring a little more than the other

1 Day Acuvue Moist : I have used these for the last two years and really enjoyed them. Every so often I feel that my eyes feel quite dry towards the end of the day but that does tend to happen with contact lenses.

CooperVision: I recently switched to try on the CooperVision contacts as I found the 1 Day Acuvue occasionally caused discomfort and dryness. These have been an amazing fit for my eyes. They are super easy to get in and out of my eyes and are my new favourite pick for daily contact lenses.

Daily Contact Lenses at IRIS

Daily Disposable Contacts Coupons

COUPON HACK: When you go to the look at the different contacts offered on the IRIS website, underneath each brand name they have a link to take advantage of their current contact promotions and coupons.

Daily Disposable Contacts Coupons –> Click here.

You can order contacts directly from the IRIS website, though I would suggest booking an appointment at your local IRIS and have the eye doctor examine your eyes and provide you with the best contacts for your eye type and needs.

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