AT A GLANCE
Our exclusive Aquaform® Comfort Science™ in CooperVision Avaira® contacts ensures that your eyes get plenty of oxygen so they stay healthy. And it delivers a lens that’s very soft, flexible, smooth, and comfortable.
The Aquaform lens material is also naturally wettable—no artificial coatings or wetting agents—and locks water into the lens to keep it moist, even after periods of extended wear.
Monthly Lenses With PEG
What’s PEG? It’s short for Polyethylene Glycol, of course! More importantly, PEG extends Avaira’s water-loving qualities by tightly binding water throughout the lens. The result is continuous comfort throughout your day and the life of the lens.
Ask your eye care professional about the long-lasting comfort of Avaira contacts (pronounced “ah-VAIR-ah”).
You’ve probably seen the term Aquaform® Technology on our products and wondered exactly what that means. It’s not just one thing but a combination of material technologies resulting in a uniquely comfortable and high-performance lens only available through CooperVision.
The Aquaform® lens material itself has many features that work together to create an optimal lens-wearing experience.
For instance, when a lens doesn't breathe properly, the tiny red veins in the white part of the eye become more visible as they reach for more oxygen much like a plant in a shadow reaches its branches towards the sunlight. The material in Aquaform® Technology lenses has high oxygen transmissibility for increased breathability to keep your eyes healthy and white.
Another feature is what’s called a low modulus. The modulus is the degree of a contact lens’ flexibility, and the lower the modulus, the more soft and flexible the lens.
The molecular structure of Aquaform® Technology lens material provides not only uniform wettability creating a smooth lens surface but also natural wettability. Other lenses can come with artificial coatings and wetting agents that dissipate over time. The silicone macromers in Aquaform® Technology lenses lock water into the lens keeping them moist even after periods of extended wear.
If you’re one of our Avaira customers, you may have heard of Polyethylene Glycol or PEG for short. PEG is a highly effective lubricating agent that tightly binds water throughout the Avaira lens providing continuous comfort until the end of the day and throughout the life of the lens.
Avaira lenses are the only two-week contact lenses that have PEG as an integral component, both at the surface and throughout the interior of the lens which helps make Avaira lens moist and comfortable longer.
|Nearsightedness and farsightedness: In nearsightedness, close objects are seen clearly, but objects farther away appear blurred; in farsightedness, distant objects are usually seen clearly, but close ones do not come into proper focus.
|Monthly. Lenses are to be discarded and replaced with a new lens every month.
|Yes, 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. You should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed by your eye care practitioner.
|Aquaform® Comfort Science™, which provides natural wettabillity by binding water to the lens, without the need for additional surface treatments or wetting agents.
|Lenses Per Box
- * Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.