Biofinity Multifocal

  

  • Sales Price: USD 47.00 / box (3 lens per box)
Type: Multifocal Lenses
Manufactured by: CooperVision

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Biofinity Multifocal Contact Lens Information

In Stock: Shipout within 3 to 5 business days
Water Content: 48%
Material: Comfilcon A Silicon Hydrogel  
Packaging: 3 lens per box 
Lens type: Multifocal Lenses 


Focus Up Close, Far Away and In-Between

Once we reach age 40 to 45, our eyes lose the ability to focus on objects that are up close - especially in low-light situations, such as reading a menu in a restaurant. This condition is called “presbyopia” and it affects everyone.
 
With Balanced Progressive™ Technology, CooperVision Biofinity® multifocal contacts allow you to see near and far objects, along with everything in-between - all with the clarity and comfort you deserve. And you’re free to wear these lenses for up to 30 days in a row.
 
A Healthier Lens-Wearing Experience
Thanks to our exclusive Aquaform® Comfort Science™, Biofinity multifocal lenses allow plenty of oxygen to pass through to your eyes. And their natural wettability won’t rinse off. You’ll enjoy excellent vision with a soft, comfortable lens that’s healthier for your eyes.
 
If you’re over 40, why pull out eyeglass readers or let traditional bifocal contact lenses slow you down? Biofinity multifocal contacts offer a clear (and comforting) advantage.  

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