thanks so much getting the oasys dailies asap!!!
I find the hydraluxe is thick tooo , i find it even hard to put on and take off because its thicker and less flexible . Did you have this issue?
God she is obnoxious
I definitely agree with your preference. The Moist version seems thinner and dry out much more quickly. The Oasys feel thicker, but are more comfortable and don't move/distort if you blink hard etc. While the Oasys have less water contact, they seems to stay hydrated and comfortable longer.
You should try dailies total 1. I have used almost all dailies brand. This is the best.
Go to 3:36 to skip to her comparison of the 2 brands!
I’m wearing monthly’s but I’m switching to daily
Thank u very much for this video and thank u to all the people here who have shared their experiences. I think my eyes are a bit sensitive, so I will try Moist first.
Thank you for the video. Yes, I am curious about these contacts.
Just the review I was lookin for, thanks!
holy shit this woman has the most annoying voice and talks like she's nuclear powered
I bought a year’s worth of contacts... only to have to wear glasses everyday due to calcium deposits on the inside of my eyelid. 😭 now I just have contacts sitting in my bathroom and I can’t wear them. I loved wearing them everyday . My doc said I should t wear them anymore😭
This was helpful. I was debating between these two types. Thank you!
Hey thanks for this review saved me the time.
Also nice tattoos!
OMG.. all about me.... Don't think so
I’m literally testing these exact 2 kinds right now! Thanks for the opinion!!
Put a quarter in the moist jar 🤣
Very informative!!! I have been wearing contacts for decades (there I go telling my age, lol 😬). I have been wearing Acuvue moists for a very long time and was thinking of switching it up. Like you I felt the Acuvue moists would dry out by the end of the day or I would have to use rewetting drops. Thank so much for the video. This makes ordering the Acuvue with Hydraluxe easier. I feel confident I'll be making a good switch. Thanks. :)
I like moist. What's wrong with moist?
Does it matter what type of eye you have i mean like prescription
Great Lenses ... expensive but worth it....lots of waste material...hopefully they will look at changing that.
How do you know which packs are for your left and right eye?
Flush it down the sink?? That can't be right.
Sometimes the lenses come out folded over, but it's easy to see the right and wrong way
These r the best
Can I take naps with them on?
I wear these lenses everyday and they are SO UNCOMFORTABLE! They hurt all the time!
How many pair of lenses in a box?
Anybody know the price for 90 days? Approximately..
Mines feels dry as hell when I put em in
Just tried these lenses and they are very flimsy and doesn't retain shape well. But the bright side is that these dailies are very cheap to buy compared to the premiums
I just tried these, and wow what a good lens! i have tried to get contacts at 2 opticians now, first said i had no hope, due to poor quality of tears, the other decided to give it a try, and last shot i gave them before i gave up they ordered these, and they actually suprised me alot!
Previously i tried 6 brands of monthly lenses, and 1 brand of 2 week lenses, neither of them i could wear for more then 1 hours before my eyes felt terrible, 3 hours i ripped them out in despair.
These (toric version), i can wear with hardly any issues for 8-12 hours, only a bit stingy after a few hours, like if you swim with your eyes open in chlorinated water for a while, they sting, kinda like that, but not as bad, so totally acceptable imo. Hope this helps anyone else.
Thank you for sharing.
These lenses are good aweful. They dry up and fall out of your eye. The individual lenses packaging is stuck together in such away that when you try to pull them apart at ceration, it rips 3 of them in half wasting them.
I buy my contacts online $28 for 30 contacts. And I actually wear them more than once
How do you know which one is for the left or right eye?
How do you select a prescription if I were to buy one at like Rite Aid or something. Just like you , one of my eyes' prescription is stronger than the other.
i love the new sense
Is it 90 pairs? Or 90 separate lenses
Omg I’m the same! I trialled both but found the One Dailies a bit thick in my eyes. The Oayss on the other hand glided onto my eyes and it felt like nothing was there! They were amazing!!
Acuvue feels soft and squishy. Which is really nice. I don’t feel them in my eye at all. I’ve tried other brands that straight up hurt my eyes. The bad ones are usually more stiff.
*wears dailies for 2 or 3 days*
Lucky i got my lenses from lenssaver.co.uk much cheaper and free delivery with in uk and for europe 10.00 gbp .
Acuvue i do not recommend for long wear and dry eyes. After 6 hours they suck.
Totally agree. I’ve been wearing contacts for over 20 years and have only ever worn Oasys or Trushape until just 3 months ago when my optometrist suggest I try something different and so I am currently using Alcon Precision. They aren’t terrible lenses but I’ve found that they don’t feel as comfortable and I have less clarity than the oasys. Great review!!
(2020) : Acuvue made in Ireland; daily totals 1 made in USA
i want to send you an e-mail without broadcasting my comments to the world here.
I’m currently using daily total 1’s and I still can feel them and they are uncomfortable, dry, itchy, and burn throughout the entire day. I’ve tried so many different brands. I hate how I look in glasses and it ruins my self confidence knowing my eyes look all irritated and red and that I have to always be squinting. 😔
Acuvue packaging sucks’ when I try to open them the water just spills out before it even has opened fully and its just a MESS
dailies total 1 for sure the superior ones
Can i reuse them for a few days when i only wear them 2-4 hours a day, dont wear them overnight, and disinfect them every night with new solution?
god bless the nhs i get the alcrons for £10
Why win??? Please. I dont anderstand
the new definition of weak: cant open a box of contact lenses
I have dry eye and could not tolerate the acuvue oasis even for a day. I was given the Dailies Total to try and was blown away. My eyes feel more comfortable with them in than out. Alcon did something very special with these lenses.
I’m so glad you said the dailies are a struggle to get out. I just cannot ever remove them. Always have to get help. The acuvue I can get out easily, however I find the dailies far more comfortable
I believe the Dailes Total 1 are made in Georgia. 👍🏽
I wonder if a lot of opticians are told to promote the Total 1's by Alcon due to the cost of developing them . Personally I find them over rated...they become scratchy at the end of the day and I actually prefer Alcon's older All Day Comfort daily lens which I've worn for years!
Ohh I was just thinking how these lenses are so much cheaper in Germany here hahaha and then she said they are made in Germany
Ever lost a contact lens somewhere? Where is the weirdest place you have found them?
Don’t get precision 1. They are really really hard to take out.
You’ll freak out
And after u take them out... if you take em out your eyes will hurt
I've been wearing contact lenses for 28 years. I tried the coopervision 54% hydrogels (BC 8.4) and the daily total1 lenses (BC 8.5)... I have GPC and for whatever reason the coopervision lenses caused a mild dull pain after a couple hours.. Daily total 1 definitely won between the 2.. however I cant afford them, so I went back to air optix night and day (BC 8.6).. they are still more comfortable than the coopervision daily hydrogels. Although I know switching to dailies would be better for my GPC. not sure if it had to do with the BC because I'm 8.6 and I believe they were 8.4.. at same time why would my eye doctor give me the wrong BC???? My eye doctor of over 30 years retired and finding a new eye doctor that I trust hasn't happened yet and I'm not going back to this last one.
I decided not to go for lasik at all i rather stick with lenses
Just started wearing contacts yesterday. The biotrue one day is now sold under Walmart's in house brand eureka. So far the only complaint I have is the learning curve of putting them in, would recommend
your thoughts on Mojo lens
I have the total 1 contacts, I love them except that they get fuzzy a lot and I have to blink a lot what can that be?
Eww I wouldn’t recommend Acuvue I tried both the oaysis & trueye. Both became dry & uncomfortable after a few hours, although trueye was a bit better. My previous eye dr seemed to push Acuvue brand a lot. I switched drs and will inquire about the Dailes brand.
It's hard to find a daily lens with low power.
can you review the B&L INFUSE?
Do we need lens solution for daily use disposable lenses
I started struggling with dry eyes when I had my first baby 6 years ago and it's never really improved since. I never had a problem before then with just the normal 2 week lenses, even wearing them long hours. My doctor recommended the Total 1 and they were comfortable, but I was still getting itchy eyes near the end of the day. I've pretty much switched to full-time glasses at this point and it's annoying (although fashionable!); I feel like I just can't see as well. If those weren't working, am I out of luck with contacts? Can those temporary hormonal shifts cause a permanent dry eye issue? And LOL, yup - totally struggled to get the Total 1's out of my eyes!
I don't know if you've done that but, I'm a rigid contact lenses cause of keratoconus ... I'm wearing currently the brand LCS (French brand) I don't know if there're a lot of rigid lenses brand tho
thanks, Dr I'm a practitioner from the UK I agree with 100% in the classification of cls I use all the cls you mentioned except Alcon precision we don't have it here in UK yet, keep the good work take care Ali
If you have a 40dkt lens like the B&L, would you recommend to wear them shorter or less often? Or can you go 16h/7days without having to fear consequences because of a lack of oygen?
What brands of daily lenses caters for a prescription with astigmatism?
i have failed three contact lens practice trials at the opticians (i am in London) as they don't use daily ones and i have heard they are far more comfy and easier to use for a big baby like me lol!
I was just considering going into daily contacts and this helped a lot!
Could you please do a review of the best color contact lens?
Hey im new to contacts and my for some reason my contacts aren't as clear as my glasses, and the doctor said it's because I have a small stigmatism, but not big enough to get a stigmatism lense, do you know what the best lense for that problem is or the best thing I can do to see clearer out my contacts
can someone help me with just 2-3 simple questions?
1 - whats the best Dailies for a heavy smoker like me?
1A - also, im an UberEats motorcycle rider, and ride the roads 10 hours a day, where there's a lot of smoke, dust, debris, etc. Whats the most durable Dailies for me with a high DK/T?
2 - whats the best type of eyedrop i can bring with me everyday in my small pocket (where we always keep coins and change) where i can apply drops every hour on the dot, based on the above conditions?
3 - also, i have a habit of washing out my eyes (like i stare into the shower head for a second or two, a few times) in the shower every morning. or cup a pool of water in my hands to fill up my eyes. like straight up, heated, tap water, thats chlorinated etc. cuz i'd be wearing contacts afterwards for the rest of the day. is this an actually bad habit?
i currently wear glasses (-850) and its incredibly painful on my ears, wearing a helmet (and the covid facemask) nonstop for 10 hours a day under the hot tropical sun, and incredibly inconvenient when i accidentally touch my glasses and it gets stained with oil or sweat, or it gets splashed with rain/ etc etc etc.
ive considered lasik/ prk/ smile, but lemme try dailies first - i kinda like the idea that theres a layer of plastic literally protecting my entire pupil/ iris anyways.