Thinking about trying multifocal or bifocal contacts? We'll answer your questions on how they work and provide some recommendations on types and brands of lenses to try.
Your FSA/HSA funds cover contacts. Make sure to use them before they expire!
With so much to see and only so much time to see it, we've rounded together four tips to help you care for your contact lenses and your eyes while away from home.
As temperatures are dropping, we've got some quick tips on how to wear and care for your contacts this winter.
Presbyopia is a condition where the inner eye loses elasticity, a common occurrence as the human body ages. Here's what you can do to correct for it.
Proper fit is very important when it comes to contacts for astigmatism. Here are brands we'd recommend.
Want to get contact lenses you can sleep in? Check these 5 brands out.
We all love a good bargain, especially when the contacts are good quality too.
In this guide we'll be comparing daily contact lenses to weekly and monthly lenses. If you're ready to get daily contacts, we'll suggest a few daily contact brands to try.
This guide on monthly contact lenses will answer common questions about monthly lenses and how they compare to daily contact lenses.
What makes weekly contacts different from daily contacts vs monthly contacts? We'll be answering this question and more in this guide.
This guide has all you need to know so you can take advantage of the best prices and ensure quality and safety.
Four tips to save money when ordering contact lenses online with vision insurance.
Have you used these 5 money saving tips to get your favorite contact lenses for cheap?
Looking for the right astigmatism contacts for you? Here are 5 reasons to choose Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism.
Diagnosed with astigmatism? Here are 5 reasons you'll want to try Acuvue Vita for Astigmatism
Debating if Air Optix Aqua lenses are right for you? We'll cover five reasons to choose Air Optix Aqua contact lenses.
Looking for monthly contact lenses? You may want to consider Biofinity lenses for these five reasons.
Simple Health offers ways to renew birth control and vision prescriptions and buy contact lenses online.
Thinking about getting contact lenses? Learn about which contact lenses work best for you, where to buy them, and how to care for them.
Here’s what you risk when you overwear or sleep in your contact lenses.
Maintaining your contacts and case is a significant responsibility of wearing contacts. Here's a short guide on how to take care of your contacts (and your eyes!)
If you have blurry vision even when wearing your contacts, read this.
We've come a long way in contact lens technology...
Will your lenses survive a polar vortex? Here are 6 tips for managing them in winter weather.
Hint: you need your doctor’s help.
Have you seen these notable looks?
Are they right for you? Find out here.
Here’s what others have to say about these lenses.
He didn't just paint the Mona Lisa...
Worried about your upcoming eye exam? Don’t be!
They may be easy to buy, but that doesn't mean they're safe for your eyes.
Why we got rid of mail-in rebates (and why that's good).
One Refinery29 writer tested us out. Here's how it went...
Don’t know how long it’s good for? We’ve got you covered.
Get your brand of lenses at a fraction of the cost of an office visit.
A explanation of your contact lens prescription.
Contact lenses: can’t live with them, can’t see without them.
If you wear contacts, you're probably doing at least one of these.
Here's why you should renew your contact lens prescription online.
If you’re going to do it (and you shouldn't), read this first.
Here’s how we will change the way you buy contacts forever...
Watch these tutorial videos to see how easy it is to renew your Rx online.
We’re making sure it’s as simple as possible.
See what others are saying about Simple Contacts.
How to decide which type of lens is right for you.
Out with the old, in with the new.
Eat these foods to improve your eye health.
We’re breaking down the common terms your eye doctor uses.
Actually, they’re not...and here’s why.
Long days at the computer might be impacting your health.
And can you use them to buy your contact lenses?