Best DAILY Contact Lenses – Daily Disposable Contact Lenses Review

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Not sure if Monthly vs Daily Contact Lenses are for you? Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DARDDTi3aT0

Daily Disposable Contact Lenses reviews in this video:

Alcon Dailies Precision 1 Contact Lens
– High Oxygen (Healthy) 100dk/t
– Low Modulus (Easy to handle and best contact lenses for beginners)
– Water Surface Tech (Comfortable)
– Overall best value
Alcon Dailies Total 1 Contact Lens
– Highest Oxygen for Dailies 156dk/t
– Best Contact Lens for Dry Eyes
Coopervision MyDay and Clarity 1 Day Lens
– MyDay: Great Breathability 80dk/t
– Clariti 1 Day: Good Breathability 60dk/t
(Both good contact lenses for astigmatism)
(More Affordable)
Bausch and Lomb BioTrue OneDay Contact Lens
– Good Breathability for Hydragel Contacts 42dk/t
– Best if on a budget (VERY GOOD REBATE)
Acuvue Oasys 1-Day Contact Lens
– High Oxygen 103dk/t
– Good Lens Edge Design for comfort

âś…Thinking of Monthly Contact Lenses? Here are some of my favorites: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX5n68043l8

IMPORTANT: If you ever have a red eye, a painful eye, you think you scratched your eye or experiencing vision loss related to your contacts…REMOVE THE LENSES and call your local eye doctor ASAP.

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About This Video: In this video, Joseph J. Allen, OD FAAO from Doctor Eye Health reviews his favorite daily contact lenses or “dailies”. Daily disposable contact lenses are replaced every day and although more expensive up front, are generally considered the best contact lenses for eye health as well as the best contact lenses for dry eyes. If you are new to contacts and looking for the best contact lenses for beginners, then these should be at the top of your list too. As daily contact lenses are the best contacts for beginners because of how easy they are to use. As always, eye contacts carry a higher risk for infection (even dailies) and if you have any problems be sure to remove your contacts and contact your local eye care professional. Because you open a new lens every day with daily contact lenses vs monthly, you get a fresh new lens every time. If you are looking for the best contact lenses, this contact lens review should help.

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