As people age, their eyes may begin to have trouble focusing on objects that are near. This condition is known as presbyopia, and for many that means having to make a switch to bifocals, or reading glasses. For a long time, those who wore contacts also had to pull out their glasses to assist them in tasks like reading menus and news papers, among other things. Fortunately, contact lens makers caught on and began developing multi-focal contact lenses. SofLens multi-focal lenses use the Natra-Sight Optics technology that enables the eye to focus easily between near and far objects, plus everything in between, without the added need for reading glasses. Another great feature these contact lenses have is they help reduce halos when driving at night. Soflens multi-focal lenses are two-week disposable lenses that are lightly tinted, making them easily visible, and their patented edge design makes them comfortable for wearing all day.