ACUVUE 2

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  • ACUVUE 2
  • ACUVUE 2
  • ACUVUE 2

Description

Acuvue 2 are disposable contact lenses which can be used for two weeks when worn daily or for one weeks extended wear. Produced since 1999 by Johnson and Johnson - the leading manufacturers of contact lenses in the UK - Acuvue 2 have become the bestselling hydrogel contact lens available on the m .....Read More



HKD170.00

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HKD170.00

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HKD170


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Acuvue 2 are disposable contact lenses which can be used for two weeks when worn daily or for one weeks extended wear. Produced since 1999 by Johnson and Johnson - the leading manufacturers of contact lenses in the UK - Acuvue 2 have become the bestselling hydrogel contact lens available on the market. Easy to apply and easy to remove and clean they are ideal for first time contact lens wearers and young people.

Acuvue 2 have a blue surface tint, making them easy to see in the pack or on your fingertip. Ultra-thin, they also bear an inverse marker so if you see the numbers 123 reversed you know you have the lens inside out. They consist of 58% water and offer a high level of oxygen permeability, allowing up to 88% of available oxygen to reach the open eye, keeping it moist and comfortable throughout the period of wear. The lens diameter is 14.0 mm, with a choice of 8.3 mm or 8.7

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ACUVUE 2
Easy Handling Yes
Lens Material, Water Content Etafilcon A, 58% water in buffered saline
Lens Per Box 6
Oxygen Permeability Dk/t 25.5 x 10-9
Recommended Replacement Every 2 weeks, daily wear, remove and clean daily then replace with a fresh pair every two weeks.
UV Protection Yes, Class 2 UV Blocker
What’s it for? Near or Farsightedness, Distant objects appear blurry Objects appear blurry up close. Blur can also occur when viewing distant objects.