Bausch & Lomb ULTRA
Benefits of Bausch & Lomb ULTRA contact lenses
- Ideal if you use a digital device for large portions of the day
- Monthly lenses: can be worn for up to 30 consecutive days
- MoistureSeal™ Technology maintains 95% of moisture throughout the day
- Can be worn for up to 16 hours a day
- Handling tint makes applying these lenses easy
Find out how to read your prescription for Bausch & Lomb ULTRA including base curve and diameter.
More information about Bausch & Lomb ULTRA
Bausch and Lomb ULTRA, by optical pioneers Bausch & Lomb, are monthly lenses designed to cope with the demands of modern life, particularly if you use digital devices for multiple hours a day. We blink less while using a screen so if you work using a computer, for example, you may find yourself suffering from dry and uncomfortable eyes.
Bausch & Lomb ULTRA use MoistureSeal™ Technology to ensure that the lens maintains 95% moisture for up to 16 hours a day. This technology makes the lens surface highly absorbent and the core of the lens adept at retaining moisture. Combined with a high level of oxygen permeability, the result is healthy, hydrated eyes that stay comfortable all day long.
These lenses are great for new wearers as they have a visibility tint that makes it easy to remove them from their packaging and apply to your eyes. As monthly lenses you can wear Bausch & Lomb ULTRA for 30 consecutive days, provided you clean and store them in multipurpose solution each night.
Bausch & Lomb ULTRA contact lens technical specifications
|Manufacturer:||Bausch & Lomb|
|Type of Lens:||Monthly contact lenses|
|Material:||46% Water + 54% Samfilcon A|
|Oxygen permeability:||163 Dk/t|
|Lens diameter:||14.2 mm|
|Base curves:||8.5 mm|
|Available powers:||+6.00D to -12.00D|
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