What is astigmatism?
Astigmatism is a common eye condition where the front of your eye is unevenly curved. This results in blurry or distorted vision and can sometimes cause eye-strain or headaches.
It can affect people at any age and is one of the most common forms of sight correction in the UK & Ireland.
On your eye test prescription, the correction called ‘CYL’ refers to the amount of astigmatism you have, the ‘AXIS’ refers to how that correction needs to be positioned on your eye.
If your ‘CYL’ correction is 0.75D or higher, a ‘Toric’ contact lens
may be required to give you the best vision possible*.
*Contact Lens and Anterior Eye - Spectacle prescriptions review to determine prevalence of ametropia and T coverage of frequent replacement soft toric contact lenses - 2018
Designed for 2 week wear for a more frequent
The lens is designed to work with your eyelids to
provide comfort and clear stable vision from the
very first moment of wear.
The material allows optimum oxygen to your eye
to enable hygienic wear and healthy eyes
throughout the day.