Monthly Disposable Contact Lenses: Convenience, Comfort, and Affordability

Monthly disposable contact lenses are contact lenses meant to be thrown away after a month’s use. These monthly lenses lie between the ultimate convenience of one-day disposable contact lenses and conventional extended wear contact lenses. Some people find caring for extended wear contact lenses quite a drag, while some think that replacing lenses on a daily basis is far too frequent and may cost more money than necessary. This is where monthly disposable contact lenses come in – right in the middle of two extremes, which means it meets the needs and preferences of more contact lens wearers. This also means that the monthly lenses are highly popular.

Price Ranges
$25.99 to $32.95 Air Optix Aqua Contact Lenses
$40.24 to $54.99 Air Optix Night & Day Aqua
$23.74 to $32.99 Biofinity Contact Lenses
$20.36 to $30.89 Extreme H2O 54%
$20.36 to $30.89 Extreme H2O S-Xtra
$34.24 to $54.99 Focus Monthly Visitint
$40.76 to $49.99 Focus Night & Day
$19.40 to $18.99 Frequency 38
$12.49 to $24.99 Frequency 55 Aspheric
$13.24 to $19.99 Frequency 55 Contact Lenses
$30.16 to $48.89 Optima 38 / SP
$61.16 to $64.76 Preference Pink Box Contact Lenses
$61.16 to $64.76 Preference Standard Blue Box Contact Lenses
$22.99 to $39.99 Proclear Compatibles
$26.74 to $39.99 PureVision 2HD
$23.74 to $32.99 PureVision Contact Lenses

The monthly lenses can be used anywhere between two to four weeks. The four-week usage schedule is, however, the maximum amount of time you can use the lenses. This means you can use the lenses for less than a month, but not for more than a month. During the month of use, the lenses should be used and cared for in exactly the same way as you would use an extended wear contact lens. The lenses need to be removed before sleeping and need to be cleaned and rinsed thoroughly with a lens care solution. The lenses also need to be kept in the appropriate contact lens case. But after a month, they can be thrown away and replaced with a new pair. The monthly replacement schedule is just right to keep your lenses clean and fresh every month, which goes a long way in protecting your eyes from problems that may be caused by extended wear lenses that are not properly cared for. If you think you cannot properly care for your lenses, the monthly disposable lenses would be great for you.

Monthly disposable lenses now come in a wide variety of brands, colors, and functions. All top contact lens brands now offer monthly disposable lenses. Here are the most popular monthly lenses you will find. Bausch and Lomb, a premier contact lens manufacturer, offers Optima 38/SP monthly lenses as well as monthly lenses distributed under their top brand, Pure Vision. Ciba Vision offers the Focus Monthly, and CooperVision offers the Proclear Compatibles, and Frequency 55. CooperVision also provides the special Proclear Toric monthly disposable lenses for people looking for lenses with astigmatism correction. You can also try the color monthly contact lenses by Focus SoftColors and CooperVision’s Frequency 55 Multifocal so you can finally get rid of your reading glasses.


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Air Optix Aqua Contact Lenses
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Air Optix Night & Day Aqua
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Biofinity Contact Lenses
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Focus Monthly Visitint
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Focus Night & Day
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Frequency 38
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Frequency 55 Aspheric
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Frequency 55 Contact Lenses
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Optima 38 / SP
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Preference Pink Box Contact Lenses
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Proclear Compatibles
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PureVision 2HD
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PureVision Contact Lenses
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