How to Order

Contacts

How it works? It’s easy.

1
Find your contacts

Find your contact lenses brand
from our wide range available

2
Enter your prescription

Enter your prescription values (if you don’t have
your prescription to hand,
you can find your prescription
details on the side of your contact lens box.)

3
Add to cart

Add your product to cart

4
Give us your doctor’s details

Fill in your doctor’s information so that we can
contact him/her to confirm
your prescription details,
or if you prefer you can upload a digital copy right then and there

5
Complete your order

Place your order and, once your prescription
is verified, we'll ship your contact lenses for free

The exclusive benefits for you

Free shipping & returns

For all your online orders, you get free shipping and free returns included, for a hassle-free and easy shopping experience.

Most vision insurance plans accepted
Use your vision benefits (including HSA and FSA dollars) for all your online orders. Access them directly in the cart by activating the “
Use insurance
” toggle.
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What you'll need to order

A valid contact lens prescription:

most contact lens prescriptions are valid for
12 months. Make sure the prescription (Rx)
you are trying to shop with is valid. We cannot
place orders for expired prescriptions.

The name and contact information
of your eye doctor:

by law, we must validate the prescription
of any order placed on our site.
We’ll contact
your doctor on your behalf to meet this requirement.

Understanding your prescription

Knowing how to read an contact lenses prescription is essential! It contains specific information about the corrective power required to help you see clearly. Here is an example of a typical lens prescription, to help you understand everything perfectly.

View prescription as on box of contacts
Hover on the abbreviations to find out what they mean.
PRESCRIPTION
PWR/SPH
Power/Sphere (PWR/SPH)

They mean the same thing: the strength of your prescription. If you're nearsighted you will have a minus (-) before your values, and if you’re or farsighted you will have a plus (+).

BC
Base Curve (BC)

It's a number between 8 and 10 that measures the curve of the lens. It determines how the lens fits your eye and most brands only produce contacts in a couple of base curve options.

DIA
Diameter (DIA)

The width of the lens in millimeters. Most brands manufacture contacts in sizes between 13.5 and 15 mm.

CYL
Cylinder (CYL)

This is for people with astigmatism. This is when one part of the eye needs more correction than the rest. The Cylinder value is written with a minus (-) sign.

AXIS
Axis

This is only for people with astigmatism. The axis is a number between 0 and 180 and determines the orientation of the Cylinder (CYL).

ADD
Add Power (ADD)

This is only for multifocal contact lenses. It can be a plus (+) sign with a number or for certain brands "high" or "low".

Distance
OD
Right Eye (O.D.)

O.D. stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye".

OS
Left Eye (O.S.)

O.S. stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin for “left eye”.

-1.50
-1.50 LO
-1.00
-1.00 LO
8.6
8.6
14.5
14.5
-2.25
-2.00
160°
170°
+1.00
+1.00
YOUR BRAND
OD
Right Eye (O.D.)

O.D. stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye".

OS
Left Eye (O.S.)

O.S. stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin for “left eye”.

BC
8.6
Base Curve (BC)

It's a number between 8 and 10 that measures the curve of the lens. It determines how the lens fits your eye and most brands only produce contacts in a couple of base curve options.

DIA
14.1
Diameter (DIA)

The width of the lens in millimeters. Most brands manufacture contacts in sizes between 13.5 and 15 mm.

PWR
-4.75
Power/Sphere (PWR/SPH)

They mean the same thing: the strength of your prescription. If you're nearsighted you will have a minus (-) before your values, and if you’re or farsighted you will have a plus (+).

CYL
-1.75
Cylinder (CYL)

This is for people with astigmatism. This is when one part of the eye needs more correction than the rest. The Cylinder value is written with a minus (-) sign.

AXIS
180
Axis

This is only for people with astigmatism. The axis is a number between 0 and 180 and determines the orientation of the Cylinder (CYL).

ADD
+1.00 LO
Add Power (ADD)

This is only for multifocal contact lenses. It can be a plus (+) sign with a number or for certain brands "high" or "low".

R0027112119023348

I have astigmatism / toric lenses

I have multifocal lenses

Understanding your
prescription

Knowing how to read an contact lenses prescription is essential! It contains specific information about the corrective power required to help you see clearly. Here is an example of a typical lens prescription, to help you understand everything perfectly.

View prescription
as on box of contacts
Tap on the abbreviations to find out what they mean.
PRESCRIPTION
Distance
OD
Right Eye (O.D.)

O.D. stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye".

OS
Left Eye (O.S.)

O.S. stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin for “left eye”.

OD
Right Eye (O.D.)

O.D. stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye".

OS
Left Eye (O.S.)

O.S. stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin for “left eye”.

OD
Right Eye (O.D.)

O.D. stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye".

OS
Left Eye (O.S.)

O.S. stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin for “left eye”

PWR/SPH
Power/Sphere (PWR/SPH)

They mean the same thing: the strength of your prescription. If you're nearsighted you will have a minus (-) before your values, and if you’re or farsighted you will have a plus (+).

-1.50
-1.00
-1.50 LO
-1.50 LO
DIA
Diameter (DIA)

The width of the lens in millimeters. Most brands manufacture contacts in sizes between 13.5 and 15 mm.

14.5
14.5
AXIS
Axis

This is only for people with astigmatism. The axis is a number between 0 and 180 and determines the orientation of the Cylinder (CYL).

160°
170°
BC
Base Curve (BC)

It's a number between 8 and 10 that measures the curve of the lens. It determines how the lens fits your eye and most brands only produce contacts in a couple of base curve options.

8.6
8.6
CYL
Cylinder (CYL)

This is for people with astigmatism. This is when one part of the eye needs more correction than the rest. The Cylinder value is written with a minus (-) sign.

ADD
Add Power (ADD)

This is only for multifocal contact lenses. It can be a plus (+) sign with a number or for certain brands "high" or "low".

-2.25
-2.00
+1.00
+1.00
YOUR BRAND
OD
Right Eye (O.D.)

O.D. stands for "oculus dexter" which is Latin for "right eye".

OS
Left Eye (O.S.)

O.S. stands for "oculus sinister" which is Latin for “left eye”.

BC
8.6
Base Curve (BC)

It's a number between 8 and 10 that measures the curve of the lens. It determines how the lens fits your eye and most brands only produce contacts in a couple of base curve options.

DIA
14.1
Diameter (DIA)

The width of the lens in millimeters. Most brands manufacture contacts in sizes between 13.5 and 15 mm.

PWR
-4.75
Power/Sphere (PWR/SPH)

They mean the same thing: the strength of your prescription. If you're nearsighted you will have a minus (-) before your values, and if you’re or farsighted you will have a plus (+).

CYL
-1.75
Cylinder (CYL)

This is for people with astigmatism. This is when one part of the eye needs more correction than the rest. The Cylinder value is written with a minus (-) sign.

AXIS
180
Axis

This is only for people with astigmatism. The axis is a number between 0 and 180 and determines the orientation of the Cylinder (CYL).

ADD
+1.00 LO
Add Power (ADD)

This is only for multifocal contact lenses. It can be a plus (+) sign with a number or for certain brands "high" or "low".

R0027112119023348

I have astigmatism / toric lenses

I have multifocal lenses