Find our eye clinic next to the Men's Warehouse, at County Line Rd & S. Randall Rd.
2509 County Line Rd, Algonquin, IL 60102
Store hours
Monday 10am-6pm
Tuesday 10am-7pm
Wednesday 10am-6pm
Thursday 10am-7pm
Friday 9am-6pm
Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday Closed

Contact lenses in Algonquin, IL

The best, most comfortable contact lenses in Algonquin come from Eye Boutique.

If you already have your contact lens prescription, order contact lenses online to get fast, free shipping to Algonquin on orders over $99:

Prescription contact lenses in Algonquin

Eye Boutique carries a wide selection of contact lenses from top brands. We’re your best source for all contact lens types including contact lenses for astigmatism, dry eyes, presbyopia, keratoconus and many other considerations.

Popular types of contact lenses include:

Soft contact Lenses

Rigid gas permeable lenses (RGP/GP)

Disposable Lenses (daily, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly)

Extended wear contacts

Colored contacts (prescription & non-corrective)

Bifocal & multifocal contact lenses

Pediatric contact lenses

Sports contact lenses


No matter what type of contact lenses you need, Eye Boutique optometrists in Algonquin will perform a thorough contact lens exam and address any questions or concerns. Contact or visit us today for:

  • Toric contact lenses
  • Astigmatism contact lenses
  • Varifocal contact lenses
  • Scleral contact lenses
  • Hard contact lenses
  • Progressive contact lenses
  • Reading contact lenses
  • Contact lenses for sleeping
  • Contact lenses for presbyopia
  • Contact lenses for monovision
  • Contact lenses for keratoconus
  • Contact lenses for myopia
  • Contact lenses for farsightedness
  • Contact lenses for nearsightedness
  • Contact lenses for cataracts
  • Contact lenses for hyperopia
  • Contact lenses for glaucoma
  • Contact lenses for strabismus
  • Contact lenses for computer users
  • Contact lenses for flat corneas
  • Contact lenses for night driving
  • Contact lenses for light sensitive eyes
  • Contact lenses for older adults
  • Contact lenses for athletes

We also offer specialized contact lenses for astigmatism, orthokeratology (overnight vision correction) or prosthetic needs.

Contact Lens Brands Available at Eye Boutique

Use your contact lens prescription to order contacts from leading brands online, or visit our Algonquin eye care center for expert help.

  • Acuvue contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Air Optix contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Avaira contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Biofinity contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Biomedics contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Biotrue contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Clariti contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Clearsight contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Dailies contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Myday contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Proclear contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Purevision contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Soflens contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Ultra contact lenses Algonquin IL

Contact lens manufacturers:

  • Alcon contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Bausch + Lomb contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Clearlab US contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Coopervision contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Menicon contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Optical Connection contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Halloween Theatrical (Orion Vision) contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Unilens contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Vistakon (Johnson and Johnson Vision) contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • Westcon contact lenses Algonquin IL
  • X-Cel specialty contact lenses Algonquin IL


Get the best price on contact lenses, with or without vision insurance

Whether you have vision insurance, HSA or flexible spending account with funds you can use for contact lenses, Eye Boutique gives you the best value.

We take more types of vision insurance in Algonquin, including VSP insurance coverage for contacts, and are happy to do an insurance check and explain what your plan actually covers (and how to maximize your benefits).

No insurance? No problem! Many of our patients don’t have vision insurance and are still able to afford comprehensive eye care and brand name contact lenses.

Visit us for a free consultation with one of our eye care specialists, and we’ll take the time to answer your questions and explain your best options.

Contact lens fitting & consultations in Algonquin

Your optometrist considers your eye shape, prescription and lifestyle to determine the best type of contact lens for you and evaluate your eye health to identify potential issues affecting contact lens wear.

During your contact lens consultation, we’ll provide clarification and instruction in proper insertion, removal and care for your contacts.


Whether you already wear contact lenses or are considering getting contacts for the first time, you may wonder why you need a separate exam and fitting, especially if you already have a prescription for eyeglasses.

What is a contact lens exam?

Contact lens eye exams begin like routine eye exams: your eye doctor checks your eyes for any possible health issues and writes a prescription for corrective lenses.

Then you’ll have additional tests specific to contact lenses:

Corneal topography during a contact lens exam in Algonquin ILCorneal topography measures the transparent front surface of your eye (the cornea) to determine the contact lens size you need. This is a completely non-invasive test using a diagnostic instrument and a computer to create a detailed “map” of your cornea, including curvature, shape and regularity.

Biomicroscope used in contact lens exams in Algonquin ILBiomicroscope (slit lamp) exam shows a highly magnified version of your eye so the doctor can check your eye health and look for any damage or changes that may have been caused by wearing contact lenses. The slit lamp is an instrument made up of a binocular microscope and an adjustable light which lets the doctor focus on specific parts of your eyes.

Measuring the pupil and iris during a contact lens fitting in Algonquin ILMeasuring the pupil & iris can be done by holding a gauge (typically a card or ruler) near your eye or with an automated instrument. Knowing the diameter of your pupil and iris allows your eye doctor to choose the right size contact lenses for your eyes.

Evaluating the tear film as part of the contact lens fitting process in Algonquin ILEvaluating the tear film determines whether your eyes produce enough tears to be able to wear contact lenses. This is done with a small strip of paper or a special fluorescein dye. Patients with low tear production may be able to wear contact lenses made for dry eyes, or may be advised to avoid contact lenses (in cases of extremely dry eyes).

Contact lens exams cost more than routine eye exams because of the extra tests and follow-up required to ensure a comfortable fit and optimal eye health while wearing contact lenses.

How often do I need an eye exam for contacts?

Contact wearers should get a yearly eye exam to check for new vision problems and update your prescription.

What happens at the contact lens fitting?

Your eye doctor will give you trial contact lenses and observe your eyes with a biomicroscope to assess the alignment and fit of the lens on the surface of your eye.

Professional fit evaluation is a crucial step. Even if you don’t feel any discomfort, ill-fitting lenses can adversely affect your eye health. Too small, and they can restrict tear flow. Too big, and they can move too much and damage the surface of your eye.

Once you’ve found comfortable, properly-fitting contacts your eye doctor completes your contact lens prescription. You can order contact lenses right away in our eye care center or online.

Why can’t I use my eyeglass prescription for contact lenses?

Eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions are very different. With glasses, your corrective lenses sit about 10-15 millimeters away from your eye, while contact lenses rest directly on the surface of the eye.

Both types of prescriptions include lens power and magnifying power. Contact lens prescriptions include individual eye measurements for a perfect fit.

Base curve measurement during a contact lens fitting in Algonquin ILBase curve measurement is how much the back (inside) of the contact lens needs to curve to fit your cornea properly.

Diameter measured during contact lens exam in Algonquin ILDiameter determines the size of your contacts, which varies depending on the type of contact lens you wear.

Contact lens brands and types available in Algonquin ILLens brand (or material) are specified in the prescription.

Schedule a contact lens exam in Naperville, stop by, or contact us for a free contact lens consultation with an eye care specialist.

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