Biomedics 1 Day Extra contact lenses from CooperVision, these lenses are designed to offer maximum comfort and special base curve to create comfortable and fitting lenses securely. These contacts are made to be worn for a single day and then replaced with a fresh pair. This will be a great...

BioMedics Contact Lenses

    ‘Biomedics’ brand of contact lenses is a part of CooperVision, one of the world's most trusted and largest manufacturers of soft lenses. If you are new to wearing contact lenses, you should start with using bio medics contact lenses as they provide contact lenses at the most affordable prices.

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    Biomedics 1 Day Extra 90 Pack:

    Biomedics 1 Day Extra 90 Pack from cooper vision are spherical daily disposable contact lenses that come in a pack of 90 lenses. These are lightly tinted for easy visibility and handling. These contact lenses are replaced daily to make sure no inflammation or infection gets into your eyes.

    Biomedics 1 Day Extra 30 Pack

    Biomedics 1 Day Extra 30 Pack from cooper vision are spherical daily disposable contact lenses that come in a pack of 30 lenses. These contact lenses are made of 55% water content providing extra hydration to provide all-day comfort to your eye and keeping your eye healthy while wearing the lens.

    They come with an optimized base curve that gives a more stable and secure fit to your eye to enhance viewing comfort for the wearer. These lenses are recommended to the people with nearsightedness and farsightedness

    Frequently asked questions:

    Can we clean contact lenses with tap water?
    No, you should use only the authorized contact lens solution to clean contact lenses, as tap water may contain harmful germs and minerals in it which may damage the surface of contact lenses.

    Do we need to use sunlight glasses even after using UV contact lenses?
    Yes, you should use sunlight glasses as UV contact lenses may not stop UV rays completely, hence to protect your eyes from UV rays, it is advisable to use sunglasses along with UV contact lenses.

    Do we have separate lenses for the left and right eyes?
    Yes, contact lenses will be different for the left and right eyes.