With Alensa, you can order contact lenses online without providing a copy of your prescription. By agreeing to our terms and conditions upon placing your order, you are affirming that you are in possession of a valid prescription, which must be no more than 12 months old.
Before ordering, please ensure your prescription is up to date, and that you only purchase lenses that have been prescribed by your eye-care professional. To avoid any possible discomfort or issues with the fit of the lenses, it’s important not to deviate from your optician’s advice.
Once you have your prescription, you can browse through our extensive catalogue to find the right lenses for you:
|Types of contact lenses||Top brands||Producers|
|Daily disposable contact lenses||Acuvue|
|Monthly contact lenses||Air Optix|
|Toric contact lenses||PureVision|
|Multifocal contact lenses||SofLens|
|Coloured contact lenses||Dailies|
|Contact lens solutions||FreshLook|
Please note that Alensa is not authorized to provide trial lenses. Only your optician is able to do this.
We strongly recommend having an eye examination at least once per year to ensure that there has been no change in your vision or overall eye health. Your optician is legally obligated to provide you with a copy of your prescription after your eye exam and lens fitting, and you may use this to purchase lenses from the retailer of your choice. It's important to follow all parameter instructions on your prescription. Never deviate from these parameters without consulting your eye specialist. If you're having trouble deciphering your prescription, please refer to our guide to reading a prescription.
Please note that your prescription for glasses is not sufficient to order contact lenses. A contact lens exam and fitting requires different eye tests, and the resulting measurements of your eye will be significantly different than those required for glasses. Read more on what to expect from an eye exam and how to get started with lenses in our guide.
Note: Alensa will not accept liability for any incident that may occur due to deviation from your prescription, lens manufacturer or brand.