Biofinity are a silicone hydrogel continuous wear contact lens, manufactured by CooperVision and made using their patented Aquaform technology, which creates a hydrophilic silicone hydrogel lens that allows greater levels of oxygen to flow freely through the contacts to the eye helping them stay moist and comfortable all day long.
Higher oxygen supply contacts are known to create whiter healthier looking eyes for most contact lens wearers.
Biofinity contact lenses are designed to be as daily disposable monthly contacts or up to 7 days and 6 nights in a row, they posses and maintain a high level of water to ensure the lens remains soft and flexible, delivering real comfort through the day and night.
Combining this perfect balance of water and exceptionally high levels of oxygen, Biofinity fells almost as natural as wearing no contacts at all. Biofinity are naturally comfortable contacts with no additives, coatings, wetting agents or surface treatments, so nothing comes between you a more comfortable contacts-wearing experience.
Biofinity also contains Aspheric optics which enhances vision even in low lighting conditions and helps with peripheral vision.
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Continuous wear contacts are designed for all day comfort, all day every day, knowing that your eyes are getting a healthy amount of oxygen.
If you are someone who wants to, or, needs to wake up seeing the world clearly then continuous wear contacts are a great option, Biofinity are designed to be worn daily for up to 30 days, however providing you have the approval of an eye doctor you can wear them up to 7 days and 6 nights consecutively.
Continuous wear contacts have been designed to be slept in, so if you like to take long naps, party all night or work irregular hours, then these are the contacts for you. They are ideal for those people who have poor vision but want or need to wake up seeing the world clearly without searching for their glasses or inserting contact lenses.
Biofinity are a silicone hydrogel continuous wear contact lens designed to be worn daily for up to 30 days. Although many people wear them as continuous wear contacts for up to 6 consecutive nights, taking one night off before repeating up to 4 weeks, this is so that your eyes are given 1 night free of contacts every few days, helping your eyes stay hydrated and healthy.
Biofinity are one of the few contacts that you can safely sleep in.
Continuous wear contact lenses are designed to allow the wearer to sleep in the contacts, however, depending on the contact lenses and your eye doctors advise this may be that yu can just nap in the contacts or wear them up to 30 days and 29 nights.
Although continuous wear contacts are safe and healthy for your eyes, they can increase the risk of infection, corneal neovascularization (growth of new blood vessels into the cornea to increase oxygen supply), inflammation and irritation.
There are ways you can reduce the risks of complications due to continuous wear contacts
Wearing Type: Continuous wear, options to wear daily for up to 30 days or 6 days and 7 nights consecutively
Power Range: +8.00 to -12.00
Base Curve(s): 8.6
Lens Material: comfilcon A
Water Content: 8%
Oxygen Permeability: 160 Dk/t
Handling Tint: Yes
UVA/UVB Protection: No
Quantity per Box: 3 Contact lenses per box
Availability: Yes, all - powers in stock
These are comfortable to wear and a reasonable price. I have been using these lenses for a few years now and have nothing to complain about. I would definitely recommend them.
If you like contact lenses then these are definitely a great choice. It's like wearing glasses, but inside your eyes, obviously without the frames because that would be very uncomfortable. Nice.
I have had no issues at all using Biofinity lenses. They are comfortable and do not dry out as quickly as daily lenses during the day. Blink drops can be good if you require to wear the lenses for a longer period of time. I tend to use these along with focus daily lenses which i would use for activities such as swimming wear contamination is more likely.
Iv used these lenses for many years and will continue to do so. I like the extended wear as it fits in with working long shifts where the daily/monthlys start to fail. I find the lenses quite thick compared to others but I very rarely get any tears and knicks as a result.