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Buy Contact Online No Prescription

Unlike other contact lens retailers, we've cut out the middleman and buy contact lenses directly from the manufacturer. This means we can keep our prices down and you will never have to overspend on these medical devices! Hooray! We stock all types, including your favourite brands like Acuvue, Dailies, FreshLook colored contacts for events like Halloween, and much more, for the best prices around. Plus, toric contacts for astigmatism, multifocal contacts for presbyopia, and contacts for dry eyes.

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Ah, we love questions! From checking your prescription to discussing any last-minute worries: our award-winning team of friendly, knowledgeable experts is here to help. Yes, they're all actual humans! You can reach them by phone (020 7768 5000), email ( and live chat. Our online Eye Care Centre is also packed with handy how-to guides to help make life with your contacts a breeze. Plus, you can visit our FAQ page, which covers everything from payment methods and to promotional codes.

We operate in line with Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act (FCLCA), giving you the right to request your Rx from your eye doctor, and purchase your lenses with us. In the US, you should receive a copy of your prescription for contact lenses when completing an eye exam - making you the master of your eye destiny and saving yourself a lot of time and money by buying your contacts online for less.

You can find your prescription on your contact lens box, usually printed on the side or on the back, giving you all the information you need to order contact lenses with us. Always make sure to use a non-expired prescription. If it's the first time you actually get access to it and find all the variables confusing, we've put together a guide to understanding your contact lens prescription. Plus: our amazing customer service is available by phone (020 7768 5000), email ( and online chat.

As long as you are happy that your current prescription is correct, you can buy contact lenses online without a prescription from We know some people are reluctant to provide their Optician's contact information because they don't want their Optician to know they're ordering their lenses for a cheaper price online.

Having a valid contact lens prescription when buying your contacts is crucial, Lenstore just don't have to verify it. We trust you to be practical about your own eye care and you can trust us to never compromise between simplicity and quality. Our eye care specialists can certainly verify your prescription should you wish us too.

As we are based in the UK and Europe we have no necessity for you to offer us your prescription when buying contact lenses but can still deliver your lenses to up to 30 countries such as the USA, Canada and many countries in Europe and across the world.

Glasses and contact lens prescriptions differ because glasses sit a few millimetres in front of your eyes, resting on the bridge of your nose, whereas contact lenses sit directly on the front surface of your eyes. This difference can affect the power for each prescription.

If you have astigmatism, you can find measurements for the cylinder and axis on your toric contact lens prescription. If you are presbyopic, you can find an additional power and occasionally an eye dominance (depending on your lens type), on your multifocal contact lens prescription.

Lenstore is based in the UK, but we deliver contact lenses to over 30 countries worldwide including the USA. Your prescription will still include the key information which would be included on one issued in the UK, so you can order your contacts online.

In order to obtain a contact lens prescription, you need to schedule a contact lens fitting appointment with your optician. After completing the fitting and trialling the recommended contact lenses, you will obtain a contact lens prescription.

During your first contact lens fitting appointment, your optician will ask you about your lifestyle and how often you plan to wear lenses, as well as discuss the history of your eye health to understand potential risks. Your optician will inspect your eye and take keratometry readings, to confirm the base curve and diameter of the lens needed to correct your vision.

The optician will assess your tear film and check if your eyes produce enough moisture for you to wear contact lenses safely. They will provide you with trial lenses, teach you how to insert and remove these safely, and check the movement and position of the lenses on your eyes, as well as your vision while you're wearing the lenses. After this, you will be sent home with a pair of trial lenses to wear for a few days before you attend the follow-up appointment, where the optician checks your eye health and may make some adjustments before providing you with your contact lens prescription.

In the UK, a contact lens prescription is provided for free, after the follow-up appointment to the contact lens fitting, or the contact lens aftercare, which occur annually or every two years. The prices for these appointments vary between opticians.

Yes, your contact lens prescription will state the date of examination and how long the prescription is valid for. Most contact lens prescriptions are valid for 12 - 24 months, but this can vary depending on your eye health.

You can find the details of the contact lenses you should wear on your contact lens prescription, a piece of paper provided by your optician. You may also find the details of your prescription on the side of the box of your contact lenses or on the foil of the blister packs.

Every prescription is lens type specific. Every lens type has unique measurements and is manufactured with different materials and technologies. Therefore, it is important to always confirm with your optician before trying a new lens type.

Even if the brand of contact lenses is the same, for example, Acuvue Oasys (two-weekly lenses) and Acuvue Oasys 1 Day (daily lenses), you will need to attend a new fitting appointment before switching between modalities. Because the daily contact lenses are made so they can be worn once before being disposed of, and monthly contact lenses can be worn for up to 30 days, with them being removed, cleaned, and stored properly every night, the material used in the manufacturing process differ significantly.

Lenstore does not sell trial lenses as we are not able to check the health of your eyes to ensure the lenses are suitable for you or provide you with the necessary aftercare. Your optician will be able to provide you with free trial lenses after a contact lens fitting appointment.

With Alensa, you can order contact lenses online without providing a copy ofyour prescription. By agreeing to our terms and conditions upon placing yourorder, you are affirming that you are in possession of a valid prescription,which must be no more than 12 months old.

We strongly recommendhaving an eye examination at least once per year to ensure that there has beenno change in your vision or overall eye health. Your optician is legallyobligated to provide you with a copy of your prescription after your eye examand lens fitting, and you may use this to purchase lenses from the retailer ofyour choice. It's important to follow all parameter instructions on yourprescription. Never deviate from these parameters without consulting youreye-care specialist. If you're having trouble deciphering your prescription,please refer to our guide to readinga prescription.

Please note that your prescription for glasses isnot sufficient to order contact lenses. A contact lens exam and fittingrequires different eye tests, and the resulting measurements of your eye will besignificantly different than those required for glasses. Read more on whatto expect from an eye exam and how to get started with lenses in our guide.

Hi, Saadu, We are not sure if we are qualified to help with this; you mayneed to consult with your optometrist. Please send your prescription as well asdetails of your exact issue to

Hi, Riya, You would only need to select "power 0" or choose the plano versionof your desired lens! Please contact our customer service department with aspecific lens in mind so that we might help you more acutely!

A contact lens prescription is different to a glasses prescription. Glasses sit on your nose at a small distance away from your eyes, whereas contact lenses sit on the surface of the eye. Your optician will take these factors into account to give you the best vision correction which is why the two will require different prescriptions.

Contact lenses are medical products and can cause serious damage to your sight if not fitted correctly, therefore you should only purchase them after being fitted by an optician. This includes coloured and non-prescription lenses.

A prescription includes specifications like your name, expiry date, base curve of the contacts, their diameter, and the additional figures if you have astigmatism or presbyopia. You will find these specifications listed separately for each eye, as they can be different.

Your prescription will be given to you by your optician during your check-up/aftercare. Your contact lens box will also have the details of your prescription on the side and so will the blister packs that contain your contact lenses.

Contact lenses are medical devices that need to be fitted and prescribed. Therefore, buying contact lenses is not the same as buying glasses and you cannot simply walk into a shop and buy them without an up-to-date signed prescription.

There are a range of coloured contact lenses that come with prescription as well as planos (non-prescription). At Feel Good Contacts, we stock top brands including comfi, FreshLook, Expressions and SofLens coloured contact lenses.

You can purchase prescription coloured contact lenses in a range of colours to correct both short sightedness (myopia) and long sightedness (hyperopia). These are available as both dailies and monthly contact lenses. 041b061a72


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