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Alcon Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde Contact Lenses

  • AIR OPTIX® plus HydraGlyde contact lenses are monthly replacement disposable lenses

  • HydraGlyde® is a wetting agent designed to attract lens surface moisture and retain hydration

  • SmartShield® Technology is an ultra-thin protective shield that helps lenses resist lipid deposits and deliver outstanding wettability

  • Additional information

  • Lenses Per Box: 6

  • Replacement Schedule: Monthly or extended wear for 6 nights

  • Material: 67% lotrafilcon B

  • Water Content: 33%


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