Contact Lens Reviews

Johnson And Johnson Contact Lenses: The Journey From Soft To Hard


Johnson and Johnson contact lenses are the gold standard for corrective lenses. There are many options for anyone who has vision problems with this line of products. Corrective eye wear has come a long way over the years and Johnson and Johnson contact lenses have been on the cutting edge since the start.

Years and years ago, my sister wore extremely thick glasses. She hated them and she was anxious to move on to contact lenses as soon as possible. Since she is legally blind without her glasses she needed special contacts that were strong enough for her severe eye condition.

At first, there was no product strong enough to meet her prescription but a product offered in Johnson and Johnson contact lenses did the trick. These corrective lenses were hard and very difficult for my sister to wear but she did. She just hated her glasses that much. These early Johnson and Johnson contact lenses helped her see perfectly but they were very hard on her eyes.

She made a couple trips to the emergency room because she cut her eyes with the hard surface on the product. We thought that she would have to give up her Johnson and Johnson contact lenses but the company soon came out with much needed improvements on strong prescriptions.

Over the years, the Johnson and Johnson contact lenses became softer and softer and easier for my sister to wear. Now she comfortably wears her corrective lenses without fear of injury or discomfort. The company has developed a superior product that provides comfort and quality as well as peace of mind.

There are many different kinds of corrective lenses produced by the company. Some are disposable after only one or two weeks of wear. Some of the Johnson and Johnson contact lenses can be disposed each day. Extended wear is a popular option for many customers. You can even get bifocals if you need them.

Of course, other innovations like colored and decorative Johnson and Johnson contact lenses are popular on the market. For people like my sister, regular old corrective eye wear is not an option. She will only wear her Johnson and Johnson contact lenses. Her strong prescription does not give her the option of extended wear or disposable products but maybe one day it will.

It seems as if my sister has grown up with Johnson and Johnson contact lenses. She plans to grow old with them as well.