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Do they still make Air Optix Aqua?

Air Optix Aqua are in the process of being discontinued, they will be replaced with a newer version called Air Optix Aqua plus Hydraglyde. The newer version Air Optix Aqua introduces HydraGlyde technology, which is designed to provide an even longer-lasting lens surface moisture and eye deposit protection.

What is the difference between Air Optix and Air Optix Aqua?

While the lens material and designs are identical, Air Optix plus Hydraglyde covers a wider sphere power range and features two technologies: SmartShield (which is also available in the Air Optix Aqua) and HydraGlyde. These technologies are promising longer lasting hydration and improved deposit resistance.

How long can I wear Air Optix Aqua?

30 days
AIR OPTIX ® NIGHT & DAY ® AQUA contact lenses are FDA-approved for up to 30 days and nights of continuous wear to let you fall asleep and wake up to comfortable, clear vision.

Are Air Optix Aqua good?

Positive Review “Air Optix Aqua contacts have been the most comfortable contacts I have ever worn.” “Air Optix Night & Day contacts are great for anyone who doesn’t like taking out their contacts every night.” “I used to get lower lid irritation, but I don’t notice it with these lenses.

How do I use Air Optix Aqua?

Gently shake the blister pack before opening. Peel back the foil lid. Pour the Air Optix Aqua lens into the palm of your hand or if necessary, gently slide the lens out of the container using your forefinger. Ensure the lens is not inside out and that you have the appropriate lens for that eye.

Can I sleep in coopervision biofinity?

Can I sleep in my contacts? It is not recommended to sleep in your contacts unless you have been prescribed lenses that are specifically designed for this purpose. For example, Biofinity contact lenses have been approved for up to 6 nights/7 days of extended wear.

How often do you change Air Optix Aqua?

Since individual responses to contact lenses vary, your eye care professional may recommend that you wear your lenses for shorter continuous wear periods. Not everyone can reach the maximum wear time of 6 continuous nights. The lenses must be discarded and replaced with a new pair each month.

Do Air Optix colors work on brown eyes?

AIR OPTIX ® COLORS contact lenses create a beautiful look that blends naturally with any eye color— whether you have dark eyes or light, whether you need vision correction or not.

What makes Air Optix Aqua contact lenses so good?

AIR OPTIX® AQUA contact lenses are made of a highly breathable* material that allows nourishing oxygen to flow continuously through the lens for white, healthy-looking eyes. Optimize your lens wearing experience with the latest technology in OPTI-FREE ® Puremoist ® multipurpose solution or CLEAR CARE ® PLUS hydrogen peroxide disinfecting solution.

What kind of material is Air Optix made out of?

Air Optix is a brand of breathable contact lenses made by Ciba Vision. They are soft contact lenses made from a silicone hydrogel material consisting of approximately 67% lotrafilcon B (except in Japan), 33% water, and have a patented surface treatment to resist deposits for more comfortable lens wear.

Is there a free trial for Air Optix?

Sign up for a free* trial offer for AIR OPTIX® brand contact lenses. From clear to color to extended wear, AIR OPTIX® offers a full family of lenses to meet your needs. For outstanding comfort and value all year long, ask your eye care professional how you can save on an annual supply of AIR OPTIX ® contact lenses.

When to wear Air Optix hydraglyde contact lenses?

If you have questions, ask your eye care professional or contact Alcon at (800) 875-3001 or Important Information for AIR OPTIX ® plus HydraGlyde ® (lotrafilcon B) contact lenses: For daily wear or up to 6 nights extended wear for near/far-sightedness, astigmatism and/or presbyopia.