Brands of Contact Lenses
Types of Contact Lenses
- Daily Contact Lenses
- Monthly Contact Lenses
- Two Weekly Contact Lenses
- Coloured Contact Lenses
- Halloween Contact Lenses
- Crazy Contact Lenses
- Toric/Astigmatism Contact Lenses
- Multifocal Contact Lenses
- Extended Wear Contact Lenses
- Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lenses
- UV Protection Contact Lenses
- Cheap Contact Lenses
- Next Day Contact Lenses
- No Prescription Lenses
- Comfilcon A Contact Lenses
CooperVision Contact Lenses and Solutions
Who are CooperVision?
CooperVision is the world’s largest manufacturer of eye care products. They produce a wide range of premium, soft contact lenses and contact lens solutions to provide excellent vision and cater to all visual requirements. At Feel Good Contacts, we stock an extensive range of contact lenses and solutions manufactured by CooperVision. When you shop with us, you're assured of finding the best UK price.
Exploring the range of Cooper Vision contact lenses
Coopervision has an exceptional range of contact lenses to tackle short-sightedness, long-sightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia. Along with visual correction, these lenses also provide excellent all-day comfort. Some popular lenses from this brand include:
CooperVision Clariti 1 Day
Clariti 1 Day contact lenses are comfortable, UV-blocking lenses that can be thrown away after a full day of wear.
These monthly contact lenses are made from comfortable silicone hydrogel material and Aquaform technology to provide hydration throughout wear.
These hydrating, silicone hydrogel monthly contact lenses are perfect for dry eyes. UV-blocking technology and a high water content add further comfort and protection.
The Clariti range has built-in Wetloc technology, a treatment that attracts more water to the lens surface. This gives for a more comfortable lens-wearing experience. These lenses would be helpful to people who suffer from dry eyes. The Biofinity range features Aquaform technology which features less silicone in the lens. This allows more oxygen and hydration, to give eyes even more comfort during wear.
CooperVision daily disposable lenses
Offering the very best in convenience and comfort, CooperVision’s daily wear contacts will keep your eyes moist and comfortable throughout the day. Our wide range of daily disposable contact lenses includes Clariti 1 Day, Proclear 1 Day, Biomedics 1 Day Extra and MyDay. With these daily disposable contact lenses, you won't need to bother with a cleaning routine. These lenses can simply be discarded at the end of the day.
CooperVision monthly contact lenses
If you’re a monthly contact lens wearer, then you’ll be delighted to find a wide selection of monthlies available at Feel Good Contacts. CooperVision Biofinity, Biomedics 55 Evolution, Clariti Elite and Proclear contact lenses are just a few of our best-selling monthly wear lenses available.
CooperVision contact lenses for extended wear, presbyopia and astigmatism
You’ll also find CooperVision offer toric contact lenses for astigmatism, as well as multifocal contacts to correct presbyopia. For those who have astigmatism and prefer a daily lens, you can try Biomedics 1 Day Extra Toric. This CooperVision daily toric lens gives long-lasting comfort with the convenience of a daily disposable. Their popular monthly toric lenses include Biofinity Toric, Proclear Toric and Avaira Vitality Toric.
CooperVision even caters to those with a higher degree of astigmatism in their extended wear range of Biofinity contact lenses, offering Biofinity XR Toric and Proclear Toric XR. These lenses have been specifically created for more complex cases of astigmatism, offering a greater range of parameters for a more accurate fit.
Enjoy freedom from wearing reading glasses, with contact lenses for presbyopia. Best-selling multifocal contact lenses in this range include CooperVision Biofinity Multifocal lenses, Proclear 1 Day Multifocal and Proclear Multifocal. These naturally wettable lenses feature Balanced Progressive technology, to help you achieve clear vision at all distances. These lenses can also be purchased in an extended range for more powerful visual correction.
What Cooper Vision contact lens solutions are there?
There are quite a few contact lens solutions manufactured by CooperVision, including the below listed products.
Hy-Care Lens Solution
Delta Plus Disinfecting Soaking and Wetting Solution
This solution is an excellent product for cleaning, rewetting and storing your 2 weekly and monthly gas permeable contact lenses. An alternative lens solution would be Total Care Disinfecting, Storing and Wetting Solution.
Delta Preservative-Free Daily Cleaner
Cadence Comfort Multi-Purpose Solution
Two-weekly or monthly disposable contact lenses must be taken out every night before bed and maintained with a simple cleaning and storing routine. CooperVision’s innovative multi-purpose solution, Options Multi, effectively cleans and maintains the quality of your lenses. This gentle formula can be used for even the most sensitive of eyes and is available at Feel Good Contacts in a money-saving Triple Pack or a handy Travel Pack for added convenience.
How long do CooperVision Contacts last?
How long your lenses last will depend on the contact lens you have chosen and it's wearing time. CooperVision manufactures a broad range of lenses, from daily disposables to monthlies and extended wear.
Can you sleep in CooperVision contacts?
You shouldn't sleep in your contact lenses unless you have been prescribed to do so by your optician. If you have been prescribed extended wear contact lenses, then you should only wear contacts that have been specifically made for this purpose. Biofinity contact lenses are approved to be worn for up to 6 days and 7 nights when approved by your optician.
Contact lens care tips
Here are some general tips on how to look after your contact lenses.
How to clean and store 2 weekly and monthly lenses
- Only ever use fresh solution to clean and store your contact lenses.
- Wash your hands and dry them thoroughly with a lint free towel to prevent hairs or fibres from transferring to your lenses or your eyes.
- Take one lens out at a time and place each lens separately in the palm of your hand. Cover the lens in your recommended cleaning solution. Using the tip of your forefinger, gently rub the lens in a circular motion to loosen any debris or deposits.
- Rinse the lens with saline solution (or multi-purpose solution), making sure to remove any remaining debris.
- Fill a clean contact lens case with disinfecting solution (multi-purpose solution can be used for this stage too). Place your lens inside the case and leave to disinfect for as long as the product packaging recommends.
- Repeat steps 3-5 with the other contact lens.
At Feel Good Contacts, we offer CooperVision UK contact lenses at the best prices, thanks to our Price Match Guarantee. To find out more about eye conditions such as presbyopia, astigmatism and the answers to other frequently asked questions about eye care, please visit our Eye Care Hub.
If you have questions regarding any CooperVision contact lenses or solutions, please don’t hesitate to contact our dedicated and friendly customer service team who are happy to help. Call us on 0800 458 2090 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
History of CooperVision
1958 - CooperVision's sister company, The Cooper Companies Inc, formed. They specialised in oral health and women's healthcare. They re-branded as Cooper Laboratories in 1967.
1980 - Cooper Laboratories split off into three businesses, CooperCare, CooperBiomedical and Coopervision
2005 - CooperVision acquires Occular Sciences Inc, a worldwide manufacturer of contact lenses
2007 – they introduce Biofinity and Proclear 1-Day into their range of contact lenses
2009 – they create their first silicone hydrogel toric contact lens, Biofinity Toric
2010 – for those with presbyopia, they create Biofinity Multifocal
2013 – For people with extreme prescriptions, they create Biofinity XR. Their MyDay range is also launched
2014 – CooperVision obtains Sauflon Pharmaceuticals Ltd and with it, the range of Clariti daily disposable contact lenses