Contact Lenses ACUVUE® OASYS® ACUVUE® OASYS® for Astigmatism (6 pieces)
Moisturized and smooth contact lens for people experiencing dry eyes.
Why try them?
ACUVUE ® OASYS ® with HYDRACLEAR ® PLUS offers you the following benefits:
• feeling, as if worn at all lenses 1 (8 out of 10 users completely forgot about them);
• exceptional comfort while watching TV or working at the computer;
• exceptional comfort in a dry environment (eg heated or air);
• relief for tired and dry eyes while wearing lenses;
• superior oxygen 2 delivery for healthy looking eyes;
• high protection against UV3
• Technology HYDRACLEAR ® PLUS 4 guarantees that lenses are very smooth and moisturized, and you're feeling like you do not have them on eyes.
• Senofilcon A - unique silicone hydrogel material - provides superior oxygen (compared to ordinary hydrogel lenses), and healthy looking eyes.
• UV2 filter blocking more than 95% of UV-A and 99% UV-B.
1 Data JJVC 2007
2 ACUVUE ® OASYS ® block more than 95% of UV-A and 99% UV-B radiation. Contact lenses with UV protection does not replace sunglasses with UV protection, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area.
3 Unique oxygen permeability compared to conventional hydrogel lenses.
4 HYDRACLEAR ® Pluss is a trademark of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care - patented and reserved for next-generation technology that allows for increasing the amount of moisturizer with a modern formula. Thanks to emerge more moist, very smooth lens, recommended especially in adverse environmental conditions that cause drying of eyes.
Hydration is one of the basic parameters of contact lenses. This is the water content of the lens material. The greater the hydration, the softer and more delicate the lens is.
The angle of curvature, also known as the panoramic angle, determines the horizontal angle of the lens plane in front of the eyes. The angle determining the curvature of the glasses.
It is a filter that protects us from excessive ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Excessive UV exposure is harmful to living tissue, including eyes.
In corrective glasses, spherical power indicates the power of the lens, measured in dioptres, recommended to correct myopia or farsightedness.
In vision correction, the cylinder refers to the amount of lens power required to correct astigmatism, i. e. a visual impairment that causes blurred vision as a result of an irregular corneal shape.