Hy-Care aftercare solution


CooperVision® Hy-Care® multipurpose contact lens solution effectively cleans your lenses and helps you enjoy a comfortable contact lens-wearing experience day after day.1,2  Hy-Care facilitates comfortable vision with a special ingredient called hyaluronan—a naturally occurring lubricant that is found in the eye.3 For your contact lens care, turn to Hy-Care for a gentle yet effective disinfecting solution.

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pH tears

Gentle on your eyes with the same pH as tears3

clean contact lenses

Enhances comfort while providing effective disinfection1,4,5,6,9

removes deposits

Reduces bacteria by 99.9%7

Specially formulated to help remove deposits from soft contacts lenses, including silicone hydrogels4,5,8,9

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1. CVI data on file 2013.
2. McDonald CC, et al. A randomised, crossover, multicentre study to compare the performance of 0.1% (w/v) sodium hyaluronate with 1.4% (w/v) polyvinyl alcohol in the alleviation of symptoms associated with dry eye syndrome. Eye. 2002;16(5):601-607.
3. CVI data on file 2012.
4. Wu G, et al. Lipid corralling and poloxamer squeeze-out in membranes. Phys. Rev. Lett. 2004;93:028101–028104.
5. Wu G, et al. Interaction between lipid monolayers and poloxamer 188: an X-ray reflectivity and diffraction study. Biophys J. 2005; 89:3159–3173.
6. CVI data on file 2018. Short-term (2-hour) clinical evaluation with 28 subjects wearing fanfilcon A or comfilcon A, both CLs having been soaked overnight in Hy-Care.
7. CVI data on file 2015. Based on ISO 14729 testing after minimum 4 hour soak time.
8. Rasyid NQ, et al. Suspension stability and characterization of chitosan nanoparticle–coated ketoprofen based on surfactants oleic acid and poloxamer 188. Makara J. Sci. 2014;18(3):86-90.
9. Kim HL, et al. Modulation of protein adsorption by poloxamer 188 in relation to polysorbates 80 and 20 at solid surfaces. J Pharm Sci. 2014;103(4):1043–1049.