Bi weekly disposable contact lenses, also called 2 weekly contact lenses, are intended to be worn daily and replaced every 14 days. They are a suitable option for people who may experience discomfort in the last weeks of wearing monthly contact lenses. Some bi-weekly lenses are approved by the manufacturer for extended wear. This means, with your optician’s recommendation, you can wear them for up to 7 days and 6 nights without removing. Wearing bi-weekly contact lenses longer than your optician’s guidelines is not recommended. If bi-weekly lenses are worn like this, they must then be discarded at the end of 7 days’ .
Bi-weekly contacts are available for wearers with and without astigmatism. Our popular TopVue Premium lenses are made from an advanced silicone material and are fortified with a special moisturizing component called . Acuvue Oasys, produced by Johnson & Johnson, are made from silicone hydrogel material. Johnson & Johnson was the first producer to offer contact lenses from this highly breathable and high-quality material. Both Acuvue Oasys and TopVue Premium are available in toric lenses for users with astigmatism.
Two weekly contacts offer several distinct benefits. One difference between bi-weekly and daily contact lenses is that 2 weeklies can be cheaper and more cost-effective than daily lenses. They can also be more hygienic than monthly contact lenses. Bi weeklies can also be easier to handle than thinner daily contact lenses. You can also shop from our selection of money-saving packages of bi weekly lenses plus contact lens solutions.