Airoptix Astigmatism, Ciba Vision (3lens/box)
|Lens Material||Lotrafilcon B|
Airoptix for astigmatism is a new monthly disposable lens by CIBA Vision with silicon-hydrogel material. These lenses have extra thin edge for excellent comfort and its unique design make the lens unable to rotate so it will stay in place once applied Only AIR OPTIX brand contact lens materials have TriComfort Technology providing long-lasting comfort throughout the day, to help you see your way to a successful day, every day. The lens can be worn while you sleep and are good for up to 6 days of continuous use. Airoptix for astigmatism monthly disposable lens provides your eye with more oxygen then all other astigmatic lenses on the market. Toric lenses correct astigmatism which is a common error of refraction. Just because you have astigmatism doesn't mean you have to deal with dryness, discomfort, redness and blurred vision. You can see clearly, comfortably and consistently with airoptix for astigmatism contact lenses. They provide all-day comfort and have up to 6 times more oxygen through the lens than traditional hydrogel toric lenses.
The Airoptix Astigmatism contact lens stays comfortable by providing breathability. They have continuous oxygen flow, contributing to a healthy, natural feeling. The patented material help retain moisture, which helps prevent the lenses from drying out, so lenses feel comfortable all day long. They feature an ultra-smooth surface designed to resist deposits - for comfortable wear all day long- every day, even for up to one month. They provide consistently stable vision and outstanding visual acuity.
They are ideal if you tend to work late and your eyes feel irritated by the end of the day, you have blurred vision caused by astigmatism or you don't like to wear eyeglasses but need to because of your astigmatism.
Features And Benefits
- They are beneficial for people with astigmatism.
- They do not cause dryness.
- They are rich in moisture.
- They help oxygen flow to the eyes.
Make sure to inquire with your eye specialist before you opt to wear them. Always follow your eye care practitioner’s advice. To ensure that your lenses last long and also never cause any sort of eye infection, you need to keep them clean by using a specifically created lens solution.