Bausch and Lomb Infuse daily contacts are a next-generation pair of contacts that offer excellent optics, breathability, and lasting comfort. They retain up to 96% moisture for 16 hours using a unique ProBalance Technology and high-definition optics for optimal visual performance.
These contacts are single-use dailies prescribed for far and nearsightedness. They require no cleaning or maintenance and leave your eyes feeling fresh every time you put on a new pair.
Bausch and Lomb Infuse contacts are made of Galyfilcon A, a silicone hydrogel material with 55% water content that keeps your eyes hydrated throughout the day. They also have high transmissibility, ensuring your eyes get enough oxygen to stay white and healthy.
Bausch and Lomb Infuse contact lenses have a blue visibility tint for easy handling and spotting. These contacts offer UV protection and come in boxes of 90 contacts immersed in sterile buffered saline solution. Order Infuse contacts at the best prices on WebEyeCare.
Bausch and Lomb Infuse contacts have a daily replacement schedule. They require no cleaning or maintenance, and you must discard and replace them with a fresh pair after each use.
Bausch and Lomb Infuse contacts feature the following for optimum visual acuity and superior comfort:
ProBalance is Bausch and Lomb’s innovative technology that combines various ingredients (wetting agents, electrolytes, and osmoprotectants) that reduce dryness due to lens wear, improve lens comfort, and support regulating ocular surface homeostasis – the balanced state of the eye’s environment.
High-definition optics reduces spherical aberration, a barrier to high-quality vision in low light conditions. This design helps reduce halos and glares around headlights and signs at night, meaning you get great vision in poorly lit or bright environments.
Bausch and Lomb Infuse Daily Contacts offer Class 2 UV blocking, one of the highest levels of UV protection in a contact lens. These contacts can shield your eyes from over 75% UVA and 95% UVB rays.
Bausch and Lomb Infuse daily contacts are single-use contacts suited to those with busy schedules who do not fancy the hassle of a contact care routine. Their lasting hydration makes them perfect for first-time wearers who desire lasting comfort from their disposable contacts. They are also suited to dry, challenging environments, and their high-definition optics make them an excellent option for those who work with digital screens or drive at night.
They offer Class 2 UV protection, so they may suit individuals who spend much time outdoors. Wearing contacts alone does not fully protect your eyes against the sun’s radiation, but they can offer extra protection combined with sunglasses.
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Infuse contacts are daily single-use contacts that you can wear for up to 16 hours a day before removing them. They are to be discarded after each use and replaced with a fresh pair the following day.
Infuse contact lenses are made by Bausch and Lomb, one of the world’s largest suppliers of contact lenses and lens care products. Bausch and Lomb have been supplying eye care products for nearly 170 years and are the makers of other brands like Biotrue and Purevision.
A box of Bausch and Lomb Infuse contains 90 contacts, enough for a three-month supply. Each box pertains to a single eye, so you need two boxes for three months.
No. You should not wear your daily contacts for two days. They should be discarded and replaced with a fresh pair after each use. Wearing daily contacts for two days can lead to deposit and bacteria buildup, which can cause severe eye infections.
It is not a good idea to nap in contacts, especially if they are not extended wear lenses. Sleeping in contacts deprives your eyes of the oxygen required to fight germs and keep them healthy. It can also lead to dry, irritated eyes.
If you accidentally take a nap in your contacts, you need to take them off immediately after you wake up. Wait for a few minutes before removing, and use rewetting drops if your eyes are too dry to remove them safely. Give your eyes a few hours or a day to recuperate before wearing contacts again.