Axon Optics Contact Lenses for Migraine

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Axon Optics Contact Lenses for Migraine

We now offer our 365-day Soft Contacts for people with migraine and light sensitivity in regular prescriptions as well as Toric versions for astigmatism!  Our labs can handle astigmatism prescriptions with cylindrical readings up to +2.75.  Above +2.75 is considered Bi-Toric, which we cannot process.

Contact Lensees on Blue and Brown Eyes

Benefits of the Axon Optics SpectraShield Contact Lenses

  1. Total peripheral light coverage.  No gaps above or below your lenses to let light in, because the entire pupil is covered by our proprietary SpectraShield tint.
  2. Unique versions of our tint for both Light and Dark Eyes.  The Dark Eyes tint will make a brown eye look a warmer, richer shade of brown, whereas our light-eyes version will tint over your pupil, keeping your natural eyecolor intact.
  1. One Single pair of our lenses lasts a full year! You’ll still need to take them out at night, though.
  2. Value. Save Hundreds of dollars annually compared to disposable contact lenses, with the added benefit of our soothing tint to filter out the distressing portions of the light spectrum.

To learn more about our Contact Lenses, Click Here!

The Dark Eyes tint covers the iris and pupil, for guaranteed peripheral light coverage.  

It looks great on light eyes as well!  Our beautiful model  is shown here without her contact lenses, during insertion, and after insertion:

Dark tint fl-41 contacts in light eyes

Shop Contact Lenses Here!

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55 thoughts on “Axon Optics Contact Lenses for Migraine

  1. Jessica says:

    Hi, like Gwynne, I was wondering if you have a close up picture of the fully tinted and the pupil coverage on blue eyes. Thanks

  2. Carole says:

    Hi, I too would like to see close up pictures of the fully tinted and pupil coverage contacts on blue eyes. Thanks, Carole

  3. Paul says:

    Hi, I would also like a look at the close up pictures of the fully tinted and pupil coverage contacts on blue eyes. Thanks, Paul

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Naomi,
      Did you try out the contacts? Did they work for you? If you have light eyes, we’d love to see how the tint looked on you.
      Thanks,
      Virginia

      • Virginia says:

        I do not yet have a photo of a light-eyed model wearing our contact lenses, but I have a photo of a customer model which I can share with you by email. Please email me at [email protected] for these photos. We ask that anyone who try the lenses share photos of the contacts in their eyes with us, so hopefully we will see more of these photos soon!

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Haley!
      I do not yet have a photo of a light-eyed model wearing our contact lenses, but I have a photo of a customer model which I can share with you by email. Please email me at [email protected] for these photos. We ask that anyone who try the lenses share photos of the contacts in their eyes with us, so hopefully we will see more of these photos soon!

  4. Laura says:

    I would also like to see a close up picture of both the full coverage lens as well as the pupil only lens on very light eyes. Thank you!

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Laura!
      I do not yet have a photo of a light-eyed model wearing our contact lenses, but I have a photo of a customer model which I can share with you by email. Please email me at [email protected] for these photos. We ask that anyone who try the lenses share photos of the contacts in their eyes with us, so hopefully we will see more of these photos soon!

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Simon!
      I do not yet have a photo of a light-eyed model wearing our contact lenses, but I have a photo of a customer model which I can share with you by email. Please email me at [email protected] for these photos. We ask that anyone who try the lenses share photos of the contacts in their eyes with us, so hopefully we will see more of these photos soon!

  5. Kristi Meredith says:

    Hi,

    I too am interested in seeing what the two look like (light and dark) on light eyes, specifically green.

    As well, what is the cost of these and is there a trial cost?

    Thanks,
    Kristi

    • Virginia says:

      Hi David,
      We don’t have photos of a model with light eyes wearing the contact lenses yet, but if you email me at [email protected] I can send you a photo of one of our test customers with green eyes wearing the lenses.

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Kasie!
      We don’t have photos of a model with light eyes wearing the contact lenses yet, but if you email me at [email protected] I can send you a photo of one of our test customers with green eyes wearing the lenses.

  6. Matt says:

    Seems to be a common request but could you please forward to me an image of full lenses covering light colored eyes, unless they are posted somewhere.

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Matt!
      We don’t have photos of a model with light eyes wearing the contact lenses yet, but if you email me at [email protected] I can send you a photo of one of our test customers with light eyes wearing the lenses.

  7. Karen Einars says:

    Hi, could i also get a close up of a blue or green eye with the lenses in? im wondering if i should buy a pair that only covers the pupil or go with the one that covers the whole eye. I would love to see photos of both lenses on blue eyes if possible. Thank you in advance!

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Karen!
      We don’t have photos of a model with light eyes wearing the contact lenses yet, but if you email me at [email protected] I can send you a photo of one of our test customers with light eyes wearing the lenses.

      • Erica says:

        I have blue eyes and I’m hoping the lenses are a good fit. I want to go for full coverage. I can take photos when I get the lenses. Hoping they help!

    • Virginia says:

      Hi Caleb!
      We don’t have photos of a model with light eyes wearing the contact lenses yet, but if you email me at [email protected] I can send you a photo of one of our test customers with light eyes wearing the lenses.

  8. Erica says:

    I have extreme light sensitivity and the outdoor glasses help me with the fluorescent lights. Do you make outdoor lenses? I really hope so. I have blue eyes but I want to go for full converage.

  9. Amber says:

    Hello! I was wondering if you have a picture of someone (customer pic is fine) with hazel eyes wearing the axon contact lens that I could see?

    • Lori Glover says:

      Our contact lenses are comparable to the indoor tinted eyeglasses. They do work well for indoor, computer work. However, we recommend trying indoor frames before ordering the contacts. Your eye care provider should be consulted to determine how long you should wear contacts daily. Please feel free to email [email protected] for more contact lens information.

  10. Star says:

    Do these contact lenses block blue light? If yes, how much of the blue light? I need contact lenses with 100% blockage if possible. Thank you.

    • Lori Glover says:

      Axon Optics lenses are not made for the same purpose as blue-blocking lenses, which block a small amount of the blue light spectrum to protect your eyes from blue light damage from electronic screens. Our lenses block the blue-green light spectrum, the part which has been shown to bother people who are light sensitive. They block more blue light than a traditional blue-blocker lens, though we aren’t certain that their blocking of the blue light is directly correlated to their effectiveness as a treatment for migraines.

      We can say for certain that our lens has been studied and shown to help. While there is no point in adding a blue-blocker to our lens, people who need protection from blue light but do not have light sensitivity or migraines will probably be happier with a classic Blue-light blocker such as Gunnars or Prevencia.

      You can compare blue-light blocking products and blue-light emitters at http://www.fluxometer.com

  11. Mike says:

    Seems to be a common request but could you please forward to me an image of full lenses covering light colored eyes, unless they are posted somewhere.

  12. Laura says:

    My eyes are either blue or green, depending on how I feel and what I’m wearing. Predominantly, they’re green, though. I see so many people posting, asking for before and after photos for blue and green eyes that I think it might be beneficial for you guys to just post the pics rather than sending them to everyone via email. It’s just a thought.

    • Lori Glover says:

      Thank you for this feedback. We have photos on the product page showing the lenses on a blue eyed model. We hope to have more later this year.

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