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 lens to the eye helping them stay moist and comfortable al day long.
Higher oxygen supply lenses are known to create whiter healthier looking eyes for most contact lens wearers.
Biofinity contact lenses are designed to be worn all day and up to 29 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 lenses at all. Biofinity is a naturally comfortable lens lens with no additives, coatings, wetting agents or surface treatments so nothing comes between you a more comfortable lens-wearing experience.
Biofinity also contains Aspheric optics which enhances vision even in low lighting conditions and helps with peripheral vision.
For an alternative Continuous wear contact lens you could check out Purevision 2 HD by Bausch and Lomb, but if you are looking for cheaper option check out Crystal Comfort which is a monthly disposable silicone hydrogel contact lens, and if its a silicone hydrogel daily you are looking for check out Crystal Air Daily
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Like may continuous wear contact lenses Biofinity are designed for all day comfort, all day every day, so you can put them in at the beginning of the month and continue wearing them comfortably for 30 days and 29 nights, knowing that your eyes are getting a healthy amount of oxygen not just throughout the day but also whilst you sleep at night.
Continuous wear contact lenses have been designed to be slept in, so if you like to take long naps party all night or work irregular hours, then this is the lens type 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 for up to 30 days. Although many people wear them daily or weekly they are safe and have been approved to be worn for up to 30 days and 29 nights consecutively, this is so that your eyes are given 1 night free of contact lenses before inserting a fresh pair for the following month.
Biofinity are one of the few contact lenses that you can safely sleep in.
Continuous wear contact lenses are designed to be worn up to 30 days and although safe and healthy for your eyes they can increase the risk of infection, corneal neovascularisation (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 contact lenses
Wearing Type: Continuous wear, options to wear daily or up to 29 nights continuously
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 lenses per box
Availability: Yes, all - powers in stock
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I've been using these lenses for around 3 years. I find them very comfortable but do need to use eye drops in the morning to lubricate my eyes. I hardly feel them and they are far more comfortable than daily disposables/daily wear contacts. I do try to give my eyes a break for a day or so every couple of weeks though.
These lenses are the first non-dailies I've used. They are great - the ability to take lenses in and out of the day if required is really great, and means that I'm happy to wear them for a short period (which would feel like a 'waste' with dailies). I find they last the full month and are cheaper, and create less packaging waste than dailies.