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Soflens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism

Soflens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism

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Soflens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism Contact Lenses 1 box - 30 pack / lenses - 1 month supply

Soflens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism
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Soflens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism Details & Parameters

Manufacturer: Bausch & Lomb
Lens type: Toric Lenses
Each box contains: 30 lenses, a 1-month supply
Water Content: 59%
Material type: Hydrogel
Oxygen transmissibility: 22 Dk/t
Can be worn overnight?: No
Recommended wearing time: Daily
Replacement schedule: Daily
Availability: In stock
Cost per day: $0.86
Customer rating: 10.0/10
Visibility tinted: Yes
Blocks UV: No
Includes wetting agent: Yes
Special features: Lo-Torque Design, ComfortMoist Technology, High Definition Optics
% Lens Material: 41% hilafilcon B
FDA material group: Group 2 high water >50% water non-ionic polymer
Disinfection Method: Not required
Lens design: Toric
Production method: Cast-molded
Center thickness at -3.00D: 0.75 mm
Optical zone: 8 mm
Diameters: 14.2 mm
Base curves: 8.6 mm
Sphere powers: -9.00D, -8.50D, -8.00D, -7.50D, -7.00D, -6.50D, -6.00D, -5.75D, -5.50D, -5.25D, -5.00D, -4.75D, -4.50D, -4.25D, -4.00D, -3.75D, -3.50D, -3.25D, -3.00D, -2.75D, -2.50D, -2.25D, -2.00D, -1.75D, -1.50D, -1.25D, -1.00D, -0.75D, -0.50D, -0.25D, +0.00D
Cylinder: -0.75, -1.25, -1.75
Axis: 160�, 180�, 20�, 90�

Product Information

SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contact lenses deliver precise vision you can rely on. Featuring High Definition optics, these toric contact lenses provide superior visual acuity, even in low light conditions.

Features & Benefits

As the name implies, SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts are daily disposable lenses. They are designed to be worn for one day only and then thrown away. Simply use a new pair of contacts the next day.

SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts feature innovative High Definition optics, which help provide unparalleled clarity, even in low light conditions. As toric lenses, SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts also feature a stabilizing Lo-Torque design.

For optimal comfort, SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts use Bausch + Lomb’s exclusive ComfortMoist™ Technology. This technology combines high levels of hydration with a thin lens design.

Adding to the comfort level of SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts is the fact that they contain a wetting agent. They also have a visibility tint for easier handling during insertion and removal.

SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts are available in prescription strengths ranging from plano to -6.00D in 0.25D steps and from -6.50D to -9.00D in 0.50D steps.

Who They’re For

SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts are for people with vision problems due to astigmatism, and are looking for contacts with advanced features to ensure clear vision and long-lasting comfort.

SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts are also suitable for astigmatism patients who prefer the convenience of a daily disposable toric lens over a bi-weekly or monthly one.

Whether you’re looking for your first toric contacts or are shopping around for a better option, SofLens Daily Disposable for Astigmatism contacts are a smart choice. Order yours today from Lens.com!

About Astigmatism

Astigmatism is an imperfection in the eye's curvature that causes blurred vision. Ideally, the eye is shaped like a round ball. When light enters the eye, it bends evenly, giving you a clear view of the object you’re looking at. In people with astigmatism, light gets bent more in one direction than another due to the cornea's mismatched curves. As a result, only a part of the object is in focus. Most people who have astigmatism are born with it, but it’s unclear why this is the case. You can also get astigmatism after an eye injury, an eye disease, or eye surgery. Because astigmatism symptoms develop slowly, it's impo