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Acuvue Vita Review

Acuvue Vita Contact Lenses


If you have the bad habit of accidentally overwearing your current biweekly contact lenses, Acuvue Vita may be a much better lens option for you. Acuvue Vita is a monthly contact lens that is crafted with specialized HydraMax Technology that doesn’t just keep your lenses moist for one day, but for up to four weeks at a time. Acuvue Vita also offers extremely high levels of UV protection, providing added layers of support from the sun while wearing your sunglasses or even on an overcast day. As a whole, this brand provides both unprecedented comfort and protection all while at an affordable price.


What is HydraMax Technology?


HydraMax Technology is a hydrating system that is exclusive to Acuvue’s brand. This built-in wetting agent provides all day--and all month--support by pulling moisture from your tears into the lens itself during use. With this type of technology, not only will your lenses feel comfortable by week four, but they’ll stay moist, too. In fact, Acuvue Vita is superior for overall comfort at weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4 compared to all other contact lens brands.



Does Acuvue Vita Have a Lens for Astigmatism?


Yes! Acuvue Vita does offer a toric lens for astigmatism and it comes with the same HydraMax Technology and UV blockers that the typical spherical lenses contain. Plus, these also come with a Blink Stabilized Design to provide an even clearer picture and more comfortable lens that moves with your eye naturally.


Unfortunately, the powers that Acuvue Vita for Astigmatism come in are much more limited than their regular spherical lenses, as well as more limited than a typical astigmatic contact. So, if you have extreme astigmatism, there’s a chance these won’t be available in your prescription. Always talk to your doctor before making a decision.


Does Acuvue Vita Have a Lens for Presbyopia?


No, unfortunately, Acuvue Vita does not currently have a lens for presbyopia. If you do have presbyopia, you can wear lenses for distance but will still have to purchase reading glasses for closer distances. You also have the option of choosing monovision lenses, however, most doctors will recommend multifocal contact lenses over monovision.


Powers and Parameters


Acuvue Vita’s powers reach from -12.00 to +8.00 which covers most typical eyesights. These contact lenses are available in two different base curves, so you must talk with your eye doctor before choosing which option is best for you.


Acuvue Vita is a monthly disposable contact lens, meaning you can wear them for up to four weeks before you need to throw them out. However, any longer and they will begin to affect your eyesight, so do not try to overwear these lenses. These contacts are some of the most affordable on the market, so don’t worry about stretching their use to last longer. Simply buy a new pack whenever it’s time.


That being said, Acuvue Vita is not approved for sleeping in whatsoever. Sleeping in your contacts cuts off the oxygen flow to your eyes which can be incredibly harmful to your eye health; this should be avoided at all costs for the sake of your eyesight. We recommend storing your Acuvue Vita's in BiotrueRevitaLens, or Opti-free Pure Moist contact lens solutions.


Can I Take a Nap or Sleep in Acuvue Vita?


No, Acuvue Vita is not designed to be napped or slept in for any amount of time. Even if you’re only sleeping for twenty minutes, that’s twenty minutes that your eyes are being cut off from oxygen flow. Cutting off the flow of oxygen to your corneas can cause serious potential damage to your eyesight, not to mention leaving your eyes dry and super uncomfortable. So, even if you’re planning on just laying down for a bit, err on the side of caution and take out your Acuvue Vitas.

Note: It's important to always have contact lens solution handy, so we recommend BiotrueRevitaLens, or Opti-free Pure Moist contact lens solutions.


What is the Difference Between Acuvue Oasys and Acuvue Vita?


Acuvue Oasys contact lenses are bi-weekly disposables, meaning they’re designed to be worn for two weeks at a time and then thrown out. Acuvue Vita, on the other hand, is a monthly disposable brand, so while you can choose to toss them out after two weeks, you can also wear them for up to four weeks without discomfort. The base materials for the two are the same, though Acuvue Vita utilizes newer silicone hydrogel for extra hydration and comfort. When broken down, Acuvue Vita is just slightly more affordable than Acuvue Oasys, though only by a few cents.


How Much Does Acuvue Vita Cost?


As one of the most affordable brands on the market, you can purchase a six-pack for $52 or a 12-pack for $99.


If you have astigmatism, you can purchase a six-pack of toric lenses for $53.


If you want to do a price comparison to confirm you are getting the lowest price possible, we recommend checking a site like You can search your prescribed brand and compare across multiple websites.


Pros and Cons


Acuvue Vita is a quality contact brand, but it still has its ups and downs. To make things easy, we’ve broken down their pros and cons for you to see.




  • A great option for those who find themselves accidentally overwearing their regular contact lenses.
  • Made with HydraMax Technology to provide ultimate moisture and comfort all month long.
  • Compared to other monthly lenses, Acuvue Vita is some of the most affordable out there.
  • Options available for those with astigmatism utilizing the same specialized technology and UV blockers as their spherical lenses.




  • Acuvue Vita is not available in multifocal lenses, so those with presbyopia are out of luck. They also have limited ranges for those with astigmatism, making it difficult for anyone without spherical contact needs to get what they require.
  • These contacts are not available in a daily disposable version, despite this being most doctor’s go-to choice for cleanliness and quality purposes.


Bottom Line


When it comes to Acuvue Vita, these are great contact lenses for those looking for extra comfort and hydration within an affordable monthly lens. Both of their spherical and toric lenses come with HydraMax Technology to provide the best support that Acuvue offers. At four weeks, these contact lenses are still moist, comfortable, and totally wearable.


Do keep in mind that these contact lenses are not available for those with presbyopia, and come in very limited ranges for those with astigmatism. Also, they cannot be slept in nor can they be overworn--this can cause potential damage to your eyes and should always be avoided. But, as long as they’re taken care of, you’ll be comfortable for up to a month with your Acuvue Vita's.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can you sleep in Acuvue Vita?

No, you cannot sleep in Acuvue Vita contact lenses (even for a nap!) Sleeping in your contacts limits the oxygen that gets to your eyes and is not recommended. For storing your Acuvue Vita lenses, we recommend BiotrueRevitaLens, or Opti-free Pure Moist contact lens solutions.

Is Acuvue Vita Extended Wear?

Extended wear contact lenses are contacts that can be worn continuously for several days in a row, even while sleeping. Acuvue Vita are not considered extended wear because you need to take them out each night before you sleep.

How long do Acuvue Vita Contacts last?

Acuvue Vita contacts last up to a whole month as long as you take proper care of them. That means Acuvue Vita is one of the most affordable contact lenses on the market because of the low cost of buying 24 lenses (1 for each eye for each month of the year).

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