Developed by CooperVision, Biofinity is a well-established name in the monthly contact lens industry. Made with high-quality silicone hydrogel, all Biofinity lenses are known for their enhanced breathability, flexibility, and overall comfort. Biofinity is also well known for its exclusive Aquaform Technology that helps improve the amount of moisture that attaches to the eyes’ surface.
Thinking about trying this famous monthly contacts brand for yourself? If so, please keep reading. Below, we’ll share more specific info on Biofinity and how you could purchase these lenses on Contactlenses.com.au.
CooperVision (Biofinity’s parent company) is one of the most influential contact lens manufacturers in the USA. Headquartered in California, this large company is officially a part of CooperCompanies and now ships its products all over the world. Indeed, recent estimates suggest CooperVision is one of the world’s most significant soft contact lens manufacturers with over $1 billion in total sales.
CooperVision often calls Biofinity its “premium” contacts line due to the lenses’ superior construction and enhanced technology. All Biofinity products are monthly disposable lenses made with highly breathable silicone hydrogel.
A defining feature of the Biofinity brand is its trademarked Aquaform Technology. According to CooperVision, scientists developed Aquaform primarily to trap moisture and improve overall lens wettability. Other features associated with Aquaform Technology include enhanced breathability, greater flexibility, and less friction as it passes against the eyelids.
In total, there are now five Biofinity categories in CooperVision’s portfolio. While the FDA approved many of these lenses for six nights of overnight wear, Contactlenses.com.au strongly encourages you to talk with your optometrist before wearing any contacts while you sleep.
Now that you know a bit about the Biofinity brand, it’s time to take a look at the varieties now available on Contactlenses.com.au. All three of the lenses described below are currently available for shipment on of our easy-to-use website.
People searching for the standard Biofinity lenses will easily find them on our Biofinity page. Biofinity lenses can be used for both near and farsighted patients and easily tailored to your prescription’s specifications on our website. Each of these lenses also has Aquaform Technology to help improve overall comfort.
Customers can now order boxes of monthly disposable Biofinity contacts on Contactlenses.com.au. Each box we ship out contains three Biofinity contacts packed in a sterile saline solution.
Please take a closer look at our current Biofinity offerings on this webpage.
Astigmatism is an increasingly common eye condition that involves either an elongated cornea or pupil. Typically patients notice warning signs of this disorder early in life with symptoms like visual glare, halos, and headaches.
Thankfully, there are now many contact lenses that have been designed to naturally correct corneal size and decrease the sometimes debilitating symptoms associated with astigmatism. You can find these lenses listed under the title “toric,” which refers to their unique curved design.
CooperVision now offers a Biofinity Toric variety for people living with astigmatism. To take a closer look at these lenses, feel free to visit this page.
As age-related presbyopia becomes increasingly common, many contact lens companies are working on multifocal lenses that mimic traditional bifocals. One such product is the Biofinity Multifocal brand, which is now available on Contactlenses.com.au.
Since multifocal contact lenses are placed directly over the eye, they tend to offer patients clearer peripheral vision compared with eyeglasses. Anyone interested in Biofinity Multifocal and other similar contacts should check out Contactlenses.com.au's multifocal webpage.
If you’ve never worn contacts before, then you might be wondering whether monthly disposable lenses are the right choice for you. While there’s no such thing as “the best lens,” different lens types are better suited for different patients. Here are a few important considerations to take into account before purchasing monthly disposable lenses.
First, monthly contacts are usually an excellent option for people with unusually strong prescriptions. As of today, daily disposable contacts don’t have as wide of a prescription range as monthly lenses. Be sure to ask your optometrist about all the brands that offer contact lenses in your prescription for more specific info.
Another pro for monthly contacts is they tend to be a lot cheaper than weekly and daily disposables. Plus, monthly lenses are the most eco-friendly soft contact variety on the market.
On the downside, monthly contacts are more susceptible to infections, especially when compared with daily disposable lenses. Even if you take great care of your monthly lenses, there’s simply no better way to reduce this risk than by throwing away contacts every night.
Monthly contacts are also far more susceptible to protein accumulations and scratches over time. At the end of the month, you might notice your monthlies getting a bit gritty and cloudy due to these deposits.
People who use monthly disposable contacts must have immaculate hygiene practices. If you live a busy lifestyle or frequently travel, then monthlies may not be right for you. Also, monthly lenses aren’t the best option for kids, especially as they get the hang of proper contact lens care.
If you’re seriously considering monthly disposable contacts, then we strongly encourage you to take a look at all of the hygiene hacks detailed on Contactlenses.com.au's informative blog.
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