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If You Thought Some Discomfort Was Just the Price You Pay For Wearing Contact Lenses, We Have Some Good News For You: It Doesn't Have to Be
One Year Supply = 24 Boxes (12 per eye)
Packaging: 30 Lenses per box
Manufacturer: Cooper Vision
Lens Material: Omafilcon A. 40%
Proclear contact lenses let you enjoy an unrivaled level of comfort all day long. It's an exceptional level of comfort made possible by PC Technology, which creates a unique material containing molecules of phosphorylcholine (PC), a substance found naturally in human cell membranes. These molecules attract and surround themselves with water, keeping Proclear contact lenses moist and comfortable, even after 12 hours of wear.
Proclear contact lenses are the only contacts with FDA clearance for the claim: ?may provide improved comfort for contact lens wearers who experience mild discomfort or symptoms relating to dryness during lens wear.?
Made from advanced biocompatible omafilcon
Manufactured using patented PC Technology
Aberration-blocking aspheric optics
Benefits to Wearing Proclear Contact Lenses:
Lenses stay moist & comfortable even at the end of the day
The healthiest lens modality option
Crisp, clear vision
Omafilcon A is the only lens material cleared by the FDA for the claim: "may provide improved comfort for contact lens wearers who experience mild discomfort of symptoms relating to dryness during lens wear."
Contact lens wear and replacement schedules are provided based on manufacturer guidelines for a given lens type. It is strongly recommended that you consult with your eye care practitioner to determine the correct wear and replacement best suited to your needs.
Daily disposable lenses are designed for single use only and should not be used beyond the one day schedule.
Weekly, monthly and annual replacement lenses require proper cleaning between uses. Consult with your eye care practitioner for the lens type prescribed for the correct solution type and frequency.