Nearsighted or farsighted? Enjoy lenses with long-lasting comfort.
- Two-week replacement schedule
- Silicone hydrogel material + UV blocking*
- Designed to help eyes stay healthy
- Naturally wettable so you're less likely to need additional wetting drops
Exceptionally Breathable and Water Loving
Our exclusive Aquaform® Technology in CooperVision Avaira® contacts ensures that your eyes get plenty of oxygen so they stay healthy. And it delivers a lens that’s very soft, flexible, smooth, and comfortable.
The Aquaform lens material is also naturally wettable—no artificial coatings or wetting agents—and locks water into the lens to keep it moist, even after periods of extended wear.
The Only Two-Week Lenses With PEG
What’s PEG? It’s short for Polyethylene Glycol, of course! More importantly, PEG extends Avaira’s water-loving qualities by tightly binding water throughout the lens. The result is continuous comfort throughout your day and the life of the lens.
Ask your eye care professional about the long-lasting comfort of Avaira contacts (pronounced “ah-VAIR-ah”).
Nearsightedness and farsightedness: In nearsightedness, close objects are seen clearly, but objects farther away appear blurred; in farsightedness, distant objects are usually seen clearly, but close ones do not come into proper focus. Ask your eye doctor if these contacts may be right for you.
Two weeks. The eye care practitioner is encouraged to determine an appropriate lens replacement schedule. As prescribed for Frequent Replacement, the lens should be disinfected using a chemical or hydrogen peroxide disinfecting system.
Yes. While beneficial, UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, as they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. You should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed by your eye care practitioner.
Our Aquaform® Comfort Science™, provides natural wettabillity by binding water to the lens. You're less likely to need additional wetting drops while you wear these contacts.
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