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About Air Optix Contacts
Air Optix contact lenses are a line of contact lenses manufactured to provide consistent comfort from day one to day thirty. By utilizing Ultra-Smooth Surface Technology, Air Optix brand contact lenses create a protective layer of moisture at the surface of the lens. In doing so, Air Optix contacts are able to resist irritating deposits that can contribute to lenses feeling dry and less comfortable over time.
In addition to resisting deposits and ensuring a more comfortable wear over time, Air Optix contacts feature an advanced lens material. This material allows for up to five times more breathability than traditional soft contact lenses, keeping your lenses moisturized throughout the day. A common complaint of contact lens wearers is dry eyes, but with Air Optix contacts dry eyes are a thing of the past.
By incorporating an innovative TriComfort™ Technology, Air Optix contacts are sure to stay breathable, moist, and deposit resistant throughout the 30-day cycle. The comfort and breathability of Air Optix contacts, along with their unique moisture retention technology, have provided contact lens wearers with pristine vision for years.
With four different choices, there's sure to be an Air Optix brand contact lens for virtually any contact lens wearer. Air Optix Aqua is ideal for an average contact lens wearer, while Air Optix Aqua Multifocal contacts are designed for individuals with Presbyopia- an inability to focus on close-up objects. Air Optix Night & Day Aqua are perfect for those who prefer to keep their contacts in at night for up to 30 days, and Air Optix for Astigmatism bring comfort, consistency and clarity to contact lens wearers with an astigmatism.
If you'd like to try any of the contact lenses from the Air Optix suite of contact lenses, talk to your eye care professional about trying Air Optix contacts.