The popularity of contact lenses has grown considerably in the last few years. As a result the market is now overflowing with different types of contact lenses – hard lens, soft lens, the list goes on. Among the most popular type is the Soflens 38 soft contact lens.
Soflens 38 is ideal for people with active lifestyles, but is constantly hampered with the need to correct their vision problems. Compared to wearing spectacles, Soflens 38 will not only correct your eyesight problem but will also help you look your best. Moreover, you can conveniently go about your normal activities without the constant nuisance of your glasses slipping down your nose or suddenly blurring and getting in the way of your peripheral vision. Soflens 38 offer it wearers’ freedom, flexibility and most importantly high performance, an ideal choice for first time contact lens wearers.
Soflens 38 is manufactured by Bausch & Lomb and was formerly marketed as Optima FW. Although it has a new name and package, the actual packaged lens still remains the same. These contact lenses are classified as easy-to-fit with low water content spherical soft lenses. They are created using a unique cast molding technology, called “Reverse Process III”. The material content for Soflens 38 includes 62% polymer (polymacon) and 38% water. It also contains deposit resistant material that helps keep your lenses feeling clean for excellent comfort. The visibility tint and inversion indicator – that shows if the lens is inside out – make this an easy lens to handle and insert.
Soflens 38 contact lenses are generally prescribed as 2 to 4 weeks replacement. It is also renowned for their sturdy handling properties. Soflens 38 usually includes 6 visibly tinted lenses immersed in buffered saline solution. Even though the lens is tinted, it will not change your eye color. The tint is simply to facilitate easy locating and handling. Soflens 38 also include an inside out ‘B&L’ on the front side to ensure that the lenses are properly inserted.
Bausch & Lomb Soflens 38 contact lenses coalesce high-performance, ultra thin design with time-tested lens material. Together, it provides crisp, clear vision, comfort for its wearers and at the same time it addresses a wide range of vision correcting prescriptions.
Although just about anyone can wear contact lenses nowadays, including individuals with active lifestyles who are suffering from astigmatism or other eyesight problem, and even those people with 20-20 vision. However, keep in mind that only your eye doctor can determine whether contact lenses are indeed right for you. Remember that using the wrong kind of contact lens can cause damage to your eyes. So before you go out and buy yourself a pair of contact lenses, consult your doctor first.