Match Found!

It's time for a
contact lens that fits
more than your eyes.

Whether you're easygoing or always on the go,
deciding which contact lenses are right for you
depends on how you wear them, and your lifestyle.

Our easy to use contact lens selector will help
determine which contact lenses suit you best.

Think about it, how often
do you plan to wear
contact lenses (days per week, on average)?

?
Adjust the duration meter by clicking
the "+" or "-" button until it best
describes you.
7 days/week
6 days/week
5 days/week
4 days/week
3 days/week
2 days/week
1 day/week
I don't, but I'm Interested
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ADJUST
-

On a typical day, how long do you usually
wear your contact lenses?
Highlight the hours below.

How long would you like to wear your
contact lenses on a typical day?
Highlight the hours below.

?
Select the amount of time that suits your lifestyle by adjusting the hours below.
8
HOURS/DAY
6
HOURS/DAY

Do you sometimes fall asleep
while wearing your contact lenses?
(Don't worry, it's okay to be honest.)

Would you like to be able to
sleep in your contact lenses?

?
Click which statement best
describes you.
NEVER
YES, WHEN I NAP OR LESS THAN 3 TIMES PER MONTH
YES, 1-2 NIGHTS PER WEEK
YES, 3-7 NIGHTS PER WEEK

Your daily activities say a lot about you.
When do you wear your contact lenses?

Your daily activities say a lot about you.
When will you wear your contact lenses?

?
Click "other" if the listed occasions don't describe when you're going to wear your contact lenses.
AT
WORK
AROUND FRIENDS
WHILE
DRIVING
DURING EXERCISE
ON THE WEEKENDS
OTHER

How do your eyes feel
during a typical day?

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Use the slider to tell us how frequently your eyes experience discomfort.

Do you have or have you been
told you have astigmatism?
(We're sure they meant it as a compliment.)

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Astigmatism is a common vision problem caused by an irregularly shaped cornea. Contact lenses for astigmatism can help.
YES
NO
NOT SURE

Are you approaching or over 40 years old and
having trouble reading fine print close-up?
(It's okay if you have to back away from the screen a bit to read this.)

?
You may need bifocals or multifocal contact lenses to correct your vision.

Are you interested in contact lenses that
change or enhance the color of your eyes?
Cool, we know!

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FreshLook® color contact lenses are available in a wide range of shades and prescriptions, even for astigmatism. Talk to your eye care practitioner to learn more.
Visit the FreshLook Color Studio™ to see yourself in a new eye color.
Your eye care practitioner is your best resource when it comes to your eyes, but based on what you've told us, we suggest:


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"Never lose sight of what's important"
"The question is not what you look at, but what you see."
"There are always flowers for those who want to see them."
"Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others."
"The real voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes."
"One eye sees,
the other feels."
"The eye sees what it brings the power to see."
Fun Fact:
It wasn't until 1996 that the first daily disposable soft contact lens was introduced.
Fun Fact:
Leonardo da Vinci sketched the first contact lenses in 1508.
Fun Fact:
Around 125 million people worldwide use contact lenses.
Fun Fact:
The first contact lenses were large, made from heavy blown glass, and must have been very uncomfortable.
Fun Fact:
The first contact lenses were made by taking an impression of the eye and fashioning a lens on a mold.
Fun Fact:
The first contact lens was manufactured in 1887 and made from glass. It was fitted to cover the entire eye. Ouch!