SofLens 59 Contact Lenses (6 lenses)
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Details of SofLens 59 (6 lenses)
SofLens 59 contact lenses from Bausch & Lomb offer wearers clear vision and outstanding comfort. These lenses from the SofLens range are intended for daily use, requiring nightly removal and monthly replacement.
SofLens 59 are made from a protein-resistant material that combines top performance and visual acuity. The Hilafilcon B material features high water content to improve deposit resistance and ensure comfortable everyday wear.
Benefits of SofLens 59
SofLens 59 monthly contact lenses feature a combination of benefits that result in clear and comfortable wear. What can you expect?
- Long-lasting hydration – High water content ensures balanced hydration and oxygen permeability
- Comfortable wear – Deposit-resistant Hilafilcon B material minimises potential build-up to combat discomfort
- Easy handling – A clever handling tint ensures better manipulation of the lens
Who are SofLens 59 contacts for?
- Those with long-sightedness (hyperopia) or short-sightedness (myopia)
- Those who prefer monthly contact lenses
- Those looking for comfortable contacts
Frequently asked questions about SofLens 59
How long can you wear SofLens 59 contact lenses?
SofLens 59 are monthly lenses designed for daily wear. This means they should be removed each night for cleaning and storage using contact lens solution. After 30 days, they must be replaced with a new pair.
Can you sleep in SofLens 59?
No, SofLens 59 can’t be slept in and are intended for daily wear only. If you’re interested in sleeping in contact lenses, consult your eye care specialist about the possibility of extended wear contact lenses.
Are SofLens 59 silicone hydrogel lenses?
No, SofLens 59 aren’t silicone hydrogel lenses. They’re made of Hilafilcon B, a hydrophilic hydrogel material that allows for high water retention. When considering silicone hydrogel lenses or hydrogel lenses, there are pros and cons to consider for each. Different levels of oxygen permeability and water content in either material can determine which lenses work best for your eyes.
What is the difference between SofLens 59 and SofLens 38?
SofLens 59 6 lenses and SofLens 38 are both part of Bausch & Lomb’s SofLens range. The main differences lie in their water content and composition. SofLens 59 lenses feature 59% water content and are made of Hilafilcon B. SofLens 38 lenses feature 38% water content and are made of Polymacon.
Other monthly contact lenses
Other monthly lenses include Air Optix Night & Day Aqua and Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde. Both Air Optix models offer the possibility of continuous wear after consultation with an eye specialist. PureVision 2, also from Bausch & Lomb, provide sharp vision even in low light conditions. Biofinity lenses feature Comfilcon A, a naturally wettable material that ensures long-lasting moisture.
Customers who bought these lenses also bought Vantio Multi-Purpose 360 ml with case.
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|Expiration:||At least 36 months|
|Easy handling tint:||Yes|
|Water content:||59 %|
|Oxygen transmissibility:||22 Dk/t|
|Lenses in a box:||6|
|Power:||from -9.0 to +6.0|
|Center thickness:||0.14 mm|
|Manufacturer:||Bausch & Lomb|
|Category:||Monthly Contact Lenses|
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Comments about SofLens 59 (6 lenses) Add a question
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Those lenses are indeed tinted for easier handling, however, we cannot confirm whether they are the darkest ones available on the market or not.
Good morning I am an existing customer but recently had my eyes tested and have a new prescription. I have always used Bausch and Lomb they suggested Cooper Vision which I tried but after 2 days had an eye infection. The prescription is Right eye R 8.60/14.20 -2.25 Left eye L: 8.40/14.20 -1.00. Are you able to supply these in the Bausch and Lomb please.
Thank you for your comment.
The Soflens 59 have a base curve of 8.60 and a diameter of 14.20 so they might be suitable.
However, we would recommend consulting an optician beforehand.
These are very delicate to handle due to how soft/flexible they are. They keep folding, turning inside out and falling out after blinking upon insertion. Maybe my technique is off, but this is the first time contact lenses kept me from making it to work on time.
I understand the frustration.
The point is that a product that is great for you, is really bad for someone
else and vice versa.
One thing is to have to deal with a possible bad batch, another is to use a
lens that looks like the right one, but in the long term is not, for the reasons
you're saying. That's why we always insist with our customers to buy lenses
that they have tried and know are comfortable for them.
Best regards, Fabrizio
Hi, i would like to ask if they are right for me? On the prescription I have Dia 14.00 and BOZR (which is probably base curve) as 1.00 , I cant find any lenses with this base curve and I don't know if maybe those lenses are right for me. Thanks for answer.
Very bad lenses. All of them lasted less than a month. They glue themselves if you're not careful. Bad quality.
We are sorry to hear that you had problems with those lenses. If you still
have them, I would kindly like to ask you to write to us on email@example.com because we would like to have them back and send them to be checked. Maybe there
was a faulty batch of lenses and we want to avoid this kind of problems in the
hello. My contact lenses BC is 8.5. These lenses BC is 8.6. My diameter is 14.2. Are the lenses suitable for me, or not?
The base curve difference is not so big. However, your optician knows your
eyes the best and only he or she can determine which contacts you may wear.
Please note that all the lenses are made of different materials with different
parameters (water content, oxygen permeability). So, it is recommended that you
stick to the contact lenses prescribed to you.
I hope my reply helped you ensure you protect your eyes. Happy to remain at
your service for further questions.