Avaira Vitality 6 Pack contacts are soft contacts that offer a healthy lens-wearing experience and excellent performance using an advanced third-generation SiHy technology. Manufactured by CooperVision, Avaira Vitality contacts employ an Aberration Neutralizing System, which minimizes imperfections to enhance visual acuity.
Avaira Vitality contact lenses are two-week disposable contact lenses prescribed for far and nearsightedness. You still need to remove and clean them each night, but they are more durable and last longer than daily disposable contacts. Their special silicone hydrogel formulation attracts water molecules, keeping the lens surface hydrated all day. They are made from Fanfilcon A, a highly breathable material that allows high oxygen flow, keeping the lenses white and healthy.
CooperVision Avaira Vitality contacts also shield the eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays. They are visibility tinted for easy handling and come as six soft lenses in buffered saline. Shop now and save when you order Avaira Vitality CooperVision contacts with WebEyeCare.
Avaira Vitality 6 Pack contacts have a biweekly replacement schedule. You can wear them daily for 14 days before replacing them with a fresh pair. These contacts should be cleaned and stored in the approved contact solution each night and before wearing them daily. They are not approved for extended or overnight wear.
Avaira Vitality contact lenses offer excellent visual acuity and lasting comfort with the following features:
Aberration Neutralizing System enhances vision quality by minimizing the eye’s optical flaws. The human eye possesses natural imperfections that cause incoming light rays to focus at multiple points, creating blurred images in low light conditions. This technology minimizes the impact of these imperfections so incoming light rays converge for better focus and sharper vision.
Lenses with silicone hydrogel (SiHy) formulation have higher oxygen permeability than hydrogel lenses, allowing the eyes to get 100% of the oxygen they need. Wearers generally do not experience the effects of limited corneal oxygen supply, like corneal swelling, redness, and dryness. SiHy lenses are also more comfortable; the advanced material naturally attracts water molecules, keeping the lens surface moist throughout the day.
Avaira Vitality contact lenses have Class 1 UV blocking, the highest level of UV protection in a contact lens. They shield the eyes from 90% UVA and 99% UVB rays
Avaira Vitality 6 pack contacts bridge the gap between maintenance and comfort. They are more durable than dailies, so they are an excellent option for people who wear contacts for a few hours each day. Avaira Vitality contacts allow you to insert and take out your lenses as needed without feeling like you are wasting your contacts.
Their UV-blocking properties also makes them ideal for wearers who spend time outdoors or like to go hiking, beach surfing, or mountain climbing. Wearing UV contacts alone will not offer total protection against the sun’s radiation, but they can provide extra protection when combined with sunglasses and other protective eyewear.
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Avaira is not the same as Biofinity, but both contact brands are manufactured by CooperVision, a global leader in the contact lens industry. Avaira and Biofinity share similar design features for performance and comfort.
Yes. Avaira Vitality is a biweekly replacement contact. You can wear them daily for up to 14 days, removing and cleaning them each night and before each use.
Yes. Avaira Vitality contacts are good in many capacities. It offers high oxygen transmission, enhanced UV protection, lasting hydration, and a two-week replacement schedule that makes for an excellent contact wearing experience.
No. You cannot sleep in Avaira Vitality contacts. These contacts are not designed for overnight wear; sleeping in them can deprive your eyes of the required oxygen leading to dryness and redness. It also increases your risk of contracting vision-threatening eye infections. If you want to sleep in contacts, you should speak to your doctor about getting contacts approved for overnight wear.
No. It is not okay to wash your face with contacts on. Non-sterile water contains germs like Acanthamoeba, which can stick to your contacts and get into your eyes, potentially causing infections. It is essential to take out your contacts before washing your face, taking a shower, or swimming.