CooperVision Biofinity multifocal contact lenses

Biofinity® multifocal

Biofinity® multifocal—committed to innovation, committed to comfort.

Healthy, comfortable multifocal contact lenses for clear, superior vision at near, far and in-between2

If you are over 40 years old and looking for monthly comfort and clarity of vision in a premium multifocal contact lens, try Biofinity® multifocal contact lenses for clear, superior vision2 and incredible comfort that lasts all day1

Aquaform® Technology locks in water—so you can have incredible comfort that lasts all day1

Balanced Progressive® Technology provides multiple correction zones in each lens that are tailored to your personal prescription, so you can see clearly at all distances2

Clear, superior vision at near, far and in-between2

High breathability allows 100% of the oxygen to reach your eyes3, to help them stay clear and white**

The features you'll love

Balanced Progressive® Technology

Monthly replacement schedule combined with incredible comfort1 and clear vision at near, far and in-between2

moist and comfortable contact lenses

Lenses stay moist and comfortable

Aquaform technology

Naturally wettable, thanks to Aquaform® Technology, for a comfortable lens-wearing experience

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Multifocal Contact Lenses

**High-oxygen transmissibility promotes clear, white eyes.   

References:

1. CooperVision data on file. 2006. Aquaform® Technology uses a matrix of long silicone chains with hydrogen bonds to lock water molecules in the lens for incredible, long-lasting comfort and clarity.

2. CooperVision data on file 2011. Clinical Evaluation of Biofinity multifocal® compared to ACUVUE® Oasys for Presbyopia, AIR OPTIX® for Presbyopia and PureVision® Multi-Focal.

3. Brennan, NA. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Optom Vis Sci. 2005;82(6):467-472