Of all Bausch + Lomb’s products, PureVision remains one of the company’s best-selling monthly disposable contact lenses. A big part of PureVision’s success has to do with Bausch + Lomb’s unique AerGel Technology. According to the company, AerGel naturally wicks away debris and protein deposits from all PureVision contacts. On top of the trademarked AerGel Technology, Bausch + Lomb uses a highly breathable silicone hydrogel to make every PureVision variety. Both of these factors make PureVision a popular choice for customers struggling with dry eye-related disorders.
Let’s take a closer look at what makes PureVision such a powerful name in the soft lens community. Below, we’ll also go over how you could get your hands on some of the hottest PureVision products using Contactlenses.com.au.
PureVision is a soft contact lens brand manufactured by the American company Bausch + Lomb. With a history dating back to the 19th century, Bausch + Lomb is now one of the world’s most powerful multinationals in the eye care segment. Bausch + Lomb was also one of the first companies to bring soft contacts to the global market.
A defining feature of the PureVision brand is the use of a highly breathable silicone hydrogel known as balafilcon A. This ultra-thin material is also supposed to fit snugly on the eye without rubbing against the eyelids.
Interestingly, a recent Australian study evaluated the comfort of PureVision contacts versus hydrogel contacts over one year. Data from this trial strongly suggests balafilcon A’s breathability offers patients the maximum comfort. Patients with disorders like dry eye syndrome and Meibomian gland dysfunction are often drawn to PureVision for this reason.
As alluded to in the intro, PureVision contacts are also well known for their use of AerGel Technology. The scientists behind this trademarked technology say it can dramatically reduce the amount of protein and lipid deposits that accumulate over time. AerGel might even help wick away debris like dust and pollutants. With this unique design feature, PureVision contacts remain clean and comfortable even after a month of wear.
Last, but certainly not least, PureVision contacts are coated with a proprietary “Performa” substance before they are ready for packaging. Scientists at Bausch + Lomb claim this treatment creates a naturally absorbent surface, which increases each lenses’ water content.
The majority of PureVision contacts are monthly disposable lenses only intended for daytime use. There are, however, a few PureVision names approved for overnight wear. Be sure to read the expiration date listed on your PureVision box before using these lenses. It’s also a good idea to ask your optometrist for his/her recommendations.
Due to the high demand for these lenses, Contactlenses.com.au always stocks up on PureVision products. Currently, Contactlenses.com.au has three PureVision products available for purchase. Keep reading to discover the differences between each of these varieties and where you could pick them up on our website.
Contactlenses.com.au is proud to announce we now offer the advanced PureVision 2 HD lenses to all of our customers. Bausch + Lomb created this novel contact lens design primarily to help combat the effects of increased time staring at electronic devices. According to the company, these high-definition contacts can help reduce the adverse effects of blue light exposure as well as minimize glare and visual haloes.
In addition to getting rid of these annoying visual symptoms, PureVision 2 HD contacts have the comfortable materials you’d expect from any other PureVision lens. Patients will still enjoy the benefits of a hydrophilic surface, breathable silicone hydrogel, and AerGel Technology.
Anyone can purchase PureVision 2 HD monthly disposable lenses on Contactlenses.com.au. We currently ship all of our PureVision products in six-count boxes. By the way, UK customers who order £30 worth of products will receive complimentary shipping.
Note: some PureVision products have been approved for use overnight. Even if your product’s label says it’s suitable for continuous wear, Contactlenses.com.au recommends talking with your doctor first. Wearing un-approved contacts overnight has been linked with an increased risk of corneal damage and eye infections.
Recent statistics suggest there are hundreds of thousands of astigmatism patients now living in the UK. As astigmatism rises in prevalence around the world, more contact lens manufacturers are offering toric lenses to help with symptom reduction.
For Bausch + Lomb’s part, there’s now a PureVision 2 HD Astigmatism product available for purchase on Contactlenses.com.au. These lenses are similar to the standard PureVision 2 HD contacts except they have a unique design better suited for astigmatism patients.
To learn more about the technology involved in PureVision 2 HD Astigmatism lenses, please follow this link to Contactlenses.com.au. You could also look over all of Contactlenses.com.au’s astigmatism-related products on this webpage.
Now that people around the world are living longer, it’s no surprise more older people are developing eye disorders. One vision issue that’s becoming increasingly common is age-related farsightedness (aka presbyopia).
Commonly, people with presbyopia use eyeglasses to help manage symptoms. There are, however, many multifocal contact lenses now available to presbyopia patients.
Case and point: Bausch + Lomb now offers PureVision Multifocal to customers. All of these lenses are monthly disposable lenses and can be worn overnight with doctor-approval.
For those who are interested in learning more about PureVision Multifocal contacts, be sure to visit this link to Contactlenses.com.au. You could also find out more about all of Contactlenses.com.au’s multifocal offerings on this webpage.
Contactlenses.com.au is the UK’s largest and most trusted online contact lens vendor. Ever since we started business in the 1990s, our company has completed roughly 4 million successful transactions throughout the country. Whatever brand of contacts you prefer, you’re bound to find your perfect pair in Contactlenses.com.au’s catalogue. From Acuvue and Alcon to Bausch + Lomb and Johnson & Johnson, Contactlenses.com.au always has a huge array of affordable contact lenses in stock and ready for shipment.
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