B&L PureVision 2
by Bausch and Lomb
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About B&L PureVision 2
Lens Type: B&L PureVision 2 HD contact lens are a flexible wear lens that is also approved for monthly continuous wear. Buy one box of 6 lenses.
Other Info: B&L PureVision 2 HD contact lenses are a revolutionary new contact lens that can be worn continuously for up to 30 night & days - even while you sleep. PureVision 2 HD contacts allow six times more oxygen to reach your eyes than ordinary contact lenses.
Features: Visibility Tint, extended wear, flexible wear, high definition optics, ComfortMoist technology, thin lens design
H2O Content: 36%
Types of Tint: light blue visibility
Bausch & Lomb PureVision HD 2 contact lenses are designed to be worn as an extended wear lens for up to 30 days of continuous wear or as a flexible wear lens for occasionally sleeping in. However, only your eye care provider can determine if these lenses are right for you and how many days and nights you can wear them. It is important that you follow your eye care provider's wearing instructions.
Add your reviewCustomer reviews
“Last week I got a trial of the new PureVision 2 HD and I have to say I think they're brilliant! Easily the best vision I've ever had from a lens, everything seems incredibly sharp and crisp, with absolutely no halos at night They definitely aren't as comfortable as Air Optix or Biofinity but they're not uncomfortable in any way and have great stability”
— Mark M
December 15, 2012
“I have had a lot of grief with these contacts, the solution stings my eyes and get blurred vision. When I wake in the morning, it takes a bit to stop my eyes from hurting. Will not buy theses one again.”
— K taylor
December 11, 2012
“I really liked these lenses. Although I haven't been brave enough to sleep in them yet, I found they didn't annoy my eyes at all wearing them for the full month. ”
— Jemma Wright
October 30, 2012