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Johnson & Johnson Contact Lenses
Johnson & Johnson are one of the world’s biggest healthcare companies, best known for developing innovative products for health and wellbeing. The brand stocks a wide range of products including some of the most popular contact lenses and eye care products on the market. Their Acuvue range of contact lenses sit amongst our bestsellers due to the optimal comfort and high-quality of vision they offer. You can get Acuvue contact lenses to correct short-sightedness, long-sightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia.
The Acuvue range by Johnson & Johnson features UV protection in all their contact lenses. This is means that they can absorb ultraviolet radiation, limiting the amount that reaches the surface of your eye. These contact lenses block over 80% of harmful rays and provide an extra layer of protection from harmful UV radiation that can enter through the sides of your sunglasses are therefore incredibly popular for this reason.
In addition to featuring UV protection, Acuvue contact lenses by Johnson & Johnson use the latest technology including LACREON technology and the HYDRACLEAR technology which provide exceptional levels of comfort, quality and visual acuity.
Whether you’re looking for dailies, monthlies, two weeklies or coloured contact lenses, you’ll be certain to find ones with outstanding quality when you shop the Johnson & Johnson Acuvue range at Feel Good Contacts.
Johnson & Johnson history
Johnson and Johnson were founded more than 130 years ago and focuses on four business areas including Pharmaceuticals, MedTech, Consumer Health and Vision. They are a reputable brand dedicated to improving people’s lives with new ideas and products including Johnson & Johnson contact lenses.
The world’s first ever disposable soft contact lenses were developed by Johnson & Johnson in 1988. These could be worn for up to a week before being thrown away and replaced with a fresh pair.
They then went on to introduce the world’s first daily disposable contact lenses in 1995, known as 1 Day Acuvue. Both these contact lenses were revolutionary in that they eliminated the need for cleaning, disinfecting solutions and storing.
Johnson and Johnson contact lenses added Acuvue bifocal to their product line in 1998. These contact lenses were designed to correct presbyopia by incorporating different prescription powers in the lens so that those with presbyopia could see objects clearly and consistently at all distances.
2005 saw the launch of Acuvue Oasys two weekly contact lenses by Johnson and Johnson, followed by 1 Day Acuvue Moist daily lenses in 2006. Silicone hydrogel lenses known as 1 day Acuvue TruEye came shortly after this in 2008. Johnson & Johnson introduced coloured contact lenses known as 1 day Acuvue Define in 2014, Acuvue Oasys 1-Day with HydraLuxe in 2015 and Acuvue Vita monthly contact lenses in 2016.
Today Johnson and Johnson are one of the world’s biggest manufactures of disposable contact lenses. HYDRACLEAR Technology, a technology exclusive to them, ensures that these lenses retain moisture throughout the day for unbeatable and long-lasting comfort.
LACREON Technology is also exclusive to Johnson & Johnson and is embedded throughout the majority of their Acuvue range. This technology features a water-holding agent in a lens material known as etafilcon A which provides a cushion of moisture for long-lasting comfort that doesn't blink away throughout the day. With Lacreon technology, moisture is retained in the lens to keep the eyes fresh. This technology also provides the lens with a smooth texture to allow the eyelid to glide over the lens effortlessly.
Johnson & Johnson still continue to pursue new technologies and since their launch of the first disposable lens in 1988, they have managed to develop a product range which caters for all types of vision correction including short-sightedness (myopia), long-sightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism and presbyopia. In addition to this, you can get lenses for different replacement schedules, from daily disposable contact lenses to monthly contact lenses.
Who is Johnson & Johnson owned by?
Johnson & Johnson is not owned by one single person but has many shareholders. The top shareholder is Alex Gorsky who was appointed CEO in 2012. The second biggest shareholder is Johnson & Johnson’s chief executive officer Joaquin Duato.
Johnson & Johnson was founded by three brothers; Robert Wood Johnson, James Wood Johnson and Edward Mead Johnson.
Where to buy johnson and johnson contact lenses Ireland?
You can buy Johnson and Johnson contact lenses Ireland online at Feel Good Contacts. At Feel Good Contacts, we are committed to helping customers save money on their contacts lenses, solutions, eye care products, sunglasses, and glasses. We can help you save up to 50% on your Johnson and Johnson contact lenses.
You can buy a whole range of Johnson and Johnson contact lenses for the lowest prices in the Ireland at Feel Good Contacts. Should you by any chance find your Acuvue contact lenses cheaper elsewhere, we’ll refund you the difference of your money back; that’s our Price Match Guarantee.
We believe in making it as fast, easy and affordable as possible for you to order all your eye care needs which is why we won’t ask to see your prescription when you lace an order for Johnson & Johnson contact lenses with us.
Not only can you shop Johnson & Johnson contact lenses with zero hassle, you can also earn Feel Good reward points on them. These points will be automatically added to your account every time you shop with us and can be used to save money on future orders.