Cooper Vision Biomedics Now
Biomedics Now Contact Lens is Spherical aberration is the inability of a lens to focus light on a common point.
That means Cooper Vision Biomedics Now contact lens are able to focus light, providing you with clearer, crisper, sharper vision-regardless of the amount of correction required.
At the same time, a rounded edge design provides excellent comfort.
These lenses provide UV protection.
While beneficial, UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses
, as they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area.
Cooper Vision Biomedics Specifications
||Min. 1 year from date of purchase
||14 .2 mm
||Ocufilcon D 45%
Safety Measures for Cooper Vision Biomedics
Wash your hands with water and soap and dry them completely before touching the contact lenses
Always clean your contact lenses gently with fresh contact lens cleaning solution.
Make sure you keep your contact lenses in a clean lens case to avoid eye irritation or infection.
Avoid wearing contacts overnight or while swimming.
If your contact lenses start to hurt or feel dry and uncomfortable, or if people keep commenting on the redness of your eyes, remove your lenses!
Pain and discomfort are often your eyes’ way of telling you something’s causing problems.
If this happens repeatedly, talk to your eye doctor to see if your contact lenses are right for you.
Keeping your glasses around, especially during vacations, lets you rest your eyes when they need it.
Any time wearing contacts hurts or feels uncomfortable, you should remove them, and having your glasses nearby will make this easier.