Aquaform® Technology is an innovative material technology developed by CooperVision, a leading manufacturer of soft contact lenses. Aquaform Technology locks water molecules in the lens, resulting in a naturally hydrating lens that’s almost half water. Aquaform Technology also delivers superior breathability to keep eyes clear, white, and healthy.
Why is it important to wear breathable contact lenses?
Our organs need sufficient oxygen to function correctly, and our eyes are no exception. Our eyes get oxygen from the air instead of blood vessels. This is why it’s important to let your eyes “breathe” if you wear contact lenses.
Wearing contacts for extended periods of time can significantly reduce the amount of oxygen your eyes receive. This can lead to discomfort, dry eyes, and other contact lens-related complications. As such, manufacturers strive to come out with technologies to improve contact lens breathability.
Contact Lenses With Aquaform Technology
CooperVision’s exclusive Aquaform Technology is unique to the Biofinity® and MyDay® brands of contact lenses.
Introduced in 2008, Biofinity contacts are monthly disposable lenses that bring you a remarkable balance of comfort and breathability. Aside from Aquaform Technology, Biofinity contacts also have smooth, rounded edges for maximum comfort.
2. Biofinity Energys
Biofinity Energys® contacts are the ideal choice for heavy users of digital devices. Thanks to Aquaform Technology, these contacts keep your eyes moist and comfortable, even when you’re staring at a digital screen. CooperVision launched Biofinity Energys in 2017.
3. Biofinity multifocal
Introduced in 2011, Biofinity multifocal contacts are a high-performance, monthly lens for people with presbyopia. These contacts feature Aquaform Technology for all-day comfort and Balanced Progressive Technology™ for clear vision at any distance, whether near, far, or intermediate.
4. Biofinity toric
Introduced in 2009, Biofinity toric contacts are monthly disposable toric lenses designed to correct astigmatism. Featuring Aquaform Technology, these lenses keep your eyes moist all day by retaining water and allowing plenty of oxygen into your eyes. If you’re looking for toric lenses with advanced features to ensure comfort, breathability, and visual acuity, try Biofinity toric contacts.
5. Biofinity toric multifocal
Biofinity toric multifocal contacts are the latest addition to CooperVision’s Biofinity family of lenses. These contacts combine three proven technologies to deliver crisp, clear vision from day one to day 30: Aquaform Technology for all-day comfort, Balanced Progressive Technology for clear vision at all distances, and Optimized Toric Lens Geometry™ for a stable fit and minimal lens movement.
6. MyDay daily disposable
MyDay daily disposable contacts are CooperVision’s softest silicone hydrogel lenses ever. Introduced in 2015, these contacts are silicone hydrogel lenses made with comfort in mind. They feature unique Aberration Neutralizing System™ for better vision quality and Aquaform Technology for a comfortable lens-wearing experience.
7. MyDay daily disposable toric
MyDay daily disposable toric contacts are high-performing lenses for people with astigmatism. Thanks to Aquaform Technology, these contacts keep your eyes looking clear and white and feeling comfortable all day. MyDay daily disposable toric contacts also feature Optimized Toric Lens Geometry, which ensures a stable fit and minimal lens movement. CooperVision launched MyDay daily disposable toric contacts in 2018.
8. MyDay multifocal
MyDay daily disposable multifocal contacts are the latest addition to CooperVision’s MyDay family of lenses. Introduced in 2021, these contacts are the first multifocal lenses to feature exclusive Binocular Progressive System™. which caters to all levels of presbyopia with a simple fitting process. MyDay daily disposable multifocal contacts also feature Aquaform Technology for unsurpassed comfort and a healthy lens-wearing experience.
Want to enjoy a healthier and more comfortable lens-wearing experience? Talk to your eye care professional about trying contacts with Aquaform Technology.