UPDATED POST | My First Month With Sightbox.com


I'm no longer with Sightbox since they've been acquired by Johnson & Johnson but I've been trying out a new eye contact subscription service called Optikal Contact Care. Optikal carries all of your favorite contacr lens brands and more! I've already made a video and written a blog post about them, so go ahead and check it out!

VIDEO: https://youtu.be/uSjkpHBbgYc


For my readers, I've partnered with Optikal to offer you a 20% discount on your 1rst month. Enter PROMO CODE: DAISI2018 at checkout to receive the discount, http://daisijoreviews.site/optikal

For months I'd been wanting to try either Sightbox.com or Hubble for my new contact lenses. About a month ago I finally pulled the trigger. I’ve been on a personal to-do list marathon as of late taking care of the routine medical stuff like going to the dentist, eye doctor, and getting the mandatory checkup. 

In true "Daisi form" (yes I did just refer to myself in third person), I scheduled my eye exam a day after getting my wisdom tooth pulled. Trust me when I say it wasn’t a decision I’m proud of but my experience using Sightbox made me feel better about it.

I originally confirmed my eye exam appointment about a week before I knew I was going to have to have my wisdom tooth pulled. Unbeknownst to me, the surgeon was only available the day before I had my eye exam scheduled and honestly I didn’t want to reschedule with this being my first time booking through Sightbox. The whole situation was a riot but my experience with Sightbox and the Optometrist they sent me to made up for the whole situation.  


In a nutshell, through Sightbox.com you can have your eye exam booked, paid for (in advance) and have your contacts delivered to you for a year for a flat monthly super affordable membership of $39.00 ($460/yr). 1-day contact lenses are an additional fee $50 additional per month on top of the $39 monthly fees, ($1,068/yr) #ridiculous but 1-day contacts are expensive everywhere so I’m not necessarily blaming Sightbox for this. Understandably, Sightbox isn’t the cheapest contact lenses online. However, if you want the peace of mind that you're buying a legit product that you’re going to put in your eye and not some back alley knock-off, then it’s worth adding it to your month budget. In my opinion, the handling of scheduling my eye exam alone is worth the price tag. I’m slightly ashamed to say that I’m really bad about knowing when I need to order new contacts AND actually doing it. The idea that I can completely outsource that responsibility means that I’m way less likely to neglect my eyes.

Sightbox doesn't charge extra for people with astigmatism and there’s a discount if more than one person in your household wears contacts. You can also use your own optometrist or you can skip the eye exam if you already have a current prescription. Sightbox carries all of the major brands, is compatible with HSA/FSA accounts and works in all 50 states. 

Brands Sightbox carries includes:

– Acuvue Oasys

– Acuvue Oasys Toric

– Air Optix Aqua

– Air Optix Toric

– Air Optix Colors

– Air Optix Night-Day Aqua

– Biofinity

– Biofinity Toric

– Freshlook ColorBlends

– Proclear

– Ultra

Save 20% by entering DAISI2018 at checkout when you sign up: http://daisijoreviews.site/optikal

For a limited amount of time, Optikal is running an IG giveaway contest. One lucky winner will receive a full year subscription valued at $356 plus 10 winner will receive Optikal exclusive travel kits. Signup and get contest rules @optikalcontactcare

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