Johnson & Johnson Acuvue Advance Reviews
Product Type: Johnson & Johnson in Contact Lenses
Description:Brand: Johnson & Johnson / Lens Type: Weekly Disposable
Newest Review: ... Of course, same problem is true of any lens. That's one reason I've stuck with 2-weekly disposables rather than switch to ... more
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Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism
Last Update 04.12.2013 23:12
Customer Johnson & Johnson Acuvue Advance Reviews (19)
by - written on 31/07/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
From the age of about 10 until the age of about 16 I had to wear glasses and I was extremely self-conscious about them. I didn't like wearing them out in public or when I went out with my friends, and when I didn't, I just walked around not seeing anything very well. However, when I got my first set of contact lenses I was delighted. The first and only contact lenses I have used are Johnson's Acuvue Advance contact lenses, and I would not change to a different brand. Initially I was a bit squeamish about putting my fingers in my eyes to put lenses in and take them out, but after a bit of practise I soon realised that there was no danger of damaging my eyes at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/10, updated on 09/11/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Here is a fact I bet you didn't know. Leonardo Da Vinci actually sketched the first lens as we know it in the early 1500s, although they were not brought into reality until the 1800s. The soft lens as we know today was invented last century by the Czech chemist Otto Wichterle and his assistant Drahoslav Lím. For me personally, I have been wearing lenses for nearly five years, nearly as long as I have been wearing glasses. I find them easy to use, comfortable and it is almost as if I have perfect sight again. I prefer them to glasses as I find it hard to find glasses to suit me, in the summer I cannot wear sunglasses as well as glasses and the glasses I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10, updated on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I've been wearing glasses since I was in Year 3 and I discovered that I couldn't read whiteboards properly at school. I had glasses for about six years and then decided that contact lenses would be a good idea. Especially as I had braces at the time, I didn't really want to go about like Ugly Betty. I was very excited to be getting contacts because they seemed so much easier than having to worry about whether my glasses would fall off every time I bent over. It was also annoying because every time I went swimming I was blind after having to take my glasses off. Anyway, I went down to my optician, Specsavers, to look into getting contacts and had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/09, updated on 06/04/09 (Very useful, 153 readings)
I've been wearing contact lenses for about four years now, since I started doing a lot of martial arts and glasses weren't really practical for being thrown around during training! I'm short-sighted, with no astigmatism, at -2.75 in my left eye and -2.00 in my right eye. I change my lenses on a fortnightly basis, which means they work out as cheaper than dailies, but are changed more often than monthlies and so there's less time for the lens to deteriorate and get dirty. I'm paying about £25 a month on direct debit with Leighton's Opticians, receiving 6 pairs of lenses, which includes 6 monthly lens health checks and gets me a 10% discount on lens ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/09 (Very useful, 156 readings)
I recently started wearing contact lenses after a couple of years of needing glasses for short sightedness. I love these lenses, they were the second type I tried and for me they represent great value for money and real quality and comfort for my eyes. I originally tried daily lenses which are much thinner than these bi-weekly ones and although they were comfortable once in I found them so thin that I struggled as a newcomer to lenses, with putting them in and out, they were also pretty expensive, working out at around £30 a month. My optician recommend I try these and I have never looked back. These lenses have a special surface which allows air ... Read the complete review
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