Contact Lens confidence starts with the ACUVUE® 21 Day Challenge
Supported by ACUVUE® ambassador Katarina Johnson-Thompson, the ACUVUE® 21 Day Challenge is more than a 3-week challenge, it is a tremendous opportunity to offer simple, targeted support to patients during those crucial first few weeks of contact lens wear and improve retention.
The ACUVUE® 21 Day Challenge is a brand new 3-week support plan designed to:
Build contact lens confidence that lasts beyond patient's trial.
Provide tailored support throughout the contact lens trial.
Communicate at critical points on contact lens patient's journey.
How it works
When your contact lens patient starts a new contact lens trial, simply encourage them to sign up to our 3-week programme:
Week 1: practice and technique
Practical tips and information sent directly via email to help patients overcome fears about putting on and taking off contact lenses
Week 2: building confidence
A range of resources to help build confidence, along with advice and guidance from real-life wearers who have been there and found success
Week 3: celebrating life with lenses
Tips and creative ideas for making the most of contact lenses, with reminders to check back with you in case of problems and at the end of the challenge.
Speak to your ACUVUE® Account Manager to find out more
ACUVUE® Ambassador Katarina Johnson-Thompson, World Champion Heptathlete, introduces the ACUVUE® 21 Day Challenge
Speak to your ACUVUE® Account Manager to learn more about the campaign and how you can get involved.
All ACUVUE® contact lenses have Class 1 or Class 2 UV-blocking to help provide protection against transmission of harmful UV radiation to the cornea and into the eye. UV-absorbing contact lenses are NOT substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. UV transmission measured with -1.00 lens..
Important Safety Information
ACUVUE® Contact Lenses are indicated for vision correction. As with any contact lens, eye problems, including corneal ulcers, can develop. Some wearers may experience mild irritation, itching or discomfort. Contact lenses should not be used in case of eye infections or any other eye conditions, or in case of a systemic disease that may affect the eye. For complete information, including contraindications, precautions and adverse reactions, please consult the Instructions for Use or visit our J&J website www.jnjvisionpro.co.uk