When comfort meets performance: Hello, world.
Your contact lenses do more than correct your vision – they can shape your entire day. You deserve a contact lens that provides superior comfort and vision performance.
That’s what you get with AquaClear contact lenses.
Thanks to a unique silicone hydrogel material, you can wear AquaClear lenses for up to six nights and seven days in a row. Experience a long-lasting level of comfort that never thought possible.
All AquaClear lenses feature unique technology, a breathable design that locks in moisture, keeping your eyes healthy and white.
This combination of material technologies provides a uniquely comfortable, high-performance lens that lets your eyes breathe and stay moist naturally. Find a Vision Source optometrist near you.
If you have astigmatism, your eyesight may be blurry or distorted when looking at both near and far objects. AquaClear toric contacts can correct this vision problem with a lens you can wear for up to seven days in a row—all with a premium level of comfort. AquaClear toric contacts also feature Optimized Ballast Toric Design, a multifaceted design that ensures your lenses will be stable, accurate and comfortable.
Two-week lens created with a third-generation silicone hydrogel material, AquaClear® 110 allows high levels of oxygen to your eyes. By combining the benefits of a soft lens material with high oxygen transmissibility, silicone hydrogel gives wearers greater flexibility and longer wear times. AquaClear® 110 is also high in water content, which creates a high performing, comfortable lens wearing experience. As an added benefit, they also help block harmful UV rays.*
AquaClear® 110 Toric
AquaClear 110 Toric gives you all the benefits of AquaClear toric in a two-week lens. You can expect lthe same long-lasting comfort, stable and accurate vision quality with UV protection* and a higher water content.
*Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.