Air Optix Aqua is compatible with easyvision Monthly Irisian prescriptions.
Air Optix Aqua are silicone hydrogel contact lenses from Ciba Vision. They are made from the latest in lens material for an exceptionally comfortable wearing experience.
Because of their unique design, Air Optix Aqua can be worn continuously for 6 nights and 7 days. If you find you’re always over-wearing your lenses or falling asleep in them, or just want to wear lenses from when you wake up to when you go to sleep, speak to your optician about the benefits of Air Optix Aqua. These extended wear contact lenses could make a huge difference.
The lens material allows up to 5 times more oxygen to reach the eye and is built to resist deposit and protein build ups which lead to discomfort whilst retaining moisture. These three factors combined are what Ciba Vision calls its TriComfort technology; it’s designed to give you longer, healthier wear from your contact lenses, whilst leaving them feeling natural and breathable all day long.
If you suffer from gritty, tired eyes as a result of contact lens wear, Air Optix Aqua’s TriComfort technology could help make dry eye discomfort a thing of the past.
Air Optix Aqua are not suitable for everyone to wear continuously so make sure your optician has advised on the safest wearing pattern for you.
Minimum expiry date.
3 months from the date of product purchase
The maximum time of wearing lenses, after which you need to replace them.
Lens intended to be worn daily or extended wear schedule for a period of 30 days.
Lenses wear for a few dozen hours a day. Removing it while you sleep.
The same power.
+0,25D to +6,00D (0,25D step),
-0,25D to -8,00D (0,25D step),
-8,50D to -10,00D (0,50D step)
|Base Curve (BC)|
|Oxygen permeability (Dk/t)|
It indicates the amount of oxygen which passes through the lens. The oxygen permeability is an key indicator of the lens material. It determines how much oxygen (which is necessary for proper performance) receives a cornea of our eyes. The higher the value, the better. Dk/t is common used and it states: the Dk per thickness of the lens. Usually for a lens at -3.00D, which makes it easier to compare different lenses brands. Ranges from 10-20 Dk/t to over 170 Dk/t.