SofLens 38 (6 lenses)
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Details of SofLens 38 (6 lenses)
Due to their high-wearing comfort, SofLens 38 daily contact lenses are ideal for first-time lens wearers. They’re tinted for easier handling. Soflens 38 are an alternative to Optima FW, and transition between the two models does not require an optician consultation.
SofLens 38 are contact lenses designed for daily wear which, with the consent of an eye specialist, can have a replacement period up to 3 months. The 2 weeks to 3 months replacement period depends on the recommendation of a contactologist who should determine the most suitable wearing schedule.
Soflens 38 contact lenses in plus power have been discontinued. We are selling the remaining units we still have in stock.
Customers who bought these lenses also bought Solunate Multi-Purpose 400 ml with case.
|Expiration:||At least 12 months|
|Lenses in a box:||6|
|Water content:||38 %|
|Oxygen transmissibility:||24 Dk/t|
|Easy handling tint:||Yes|
|Power:||from -9.0 to -0.25|
|Base curve:||8.4, 8.7, 9.0|
|Center thickness:||0.1 mm|
|Manufacturer:||Bausch & Lomb|
|Category:||Monthly Contact Lenses|
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Comments about SofLens 38 (6 lenses) Add a question
If Bausch and last lombs monthly contact lenses have 6 contact lenses in a box shall we use it for only 1 month or for 6 months ? ?
Hello Akshay, Please see the above description regarding the replacement period. Also, you have been in touch with my colleague regarding completley different lenses for astigmatism. Therefore, you need to know exactly what types of lenses you need. Regards, Martina Lentiamo Customer Service