Biofinity Energys®

If your busy days find you regularly shifting focus between digital devices and off-screen activities, turn to CooperVision® Biofinity Energys® contact lenses. They provide a remarkable balance of premium comfort, breathability and excellent visual performance. Biofinity Energys® contact lenses feature Digital Zone Optics®lens design, a CooperVision® technology specially developed to keep up with today’s digital lifestyles. Biofinity Energys contact lenses also feature Aquaform®Technology, which helps minimise the eye dryness that can occur with digital device use and keeps your eyes comfortable all day long.

The features you’ll love

Digital Zone Optics® lens design reduces stress on the eye muscles you use to focus on digital devices*, so you can shift focus between on-screen and off-screen with less effort.

Aquaform® Technology locks in water, helping to minimise eye dryness that occurs from blinking less often when viewing screens.

High breathability gives your eyes 100% of the oxygen they need to help them stay healthy, clear and white.1

CooperVision soft contact lenses for vision correction. Your optometrist will advise if this product is right for you. Always read the label and follow the directions for use (https://coopervision.co.nz/patient-instruction).

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* Based on a statistically significant difference of the mean change of Accommodative Microfluctuations when compared to Biofinity sphere after reading on an iPhone for 20 minutes. CVI data on file. Sponsored by CooperVision Inc.
During daily wear.

References:
1 Brennan NA. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Optom Vis Sci 2005. 2005;82(6):467-472.

CooperVision soft contact lenses for vision correction. This product may not be right for you, refer to your optometrist for advice. Read the instructions for use before purchase (https://coopervision.co.nz/patient-instruction) and follow the instructions for use.