Aquaform® is a group of technologies and features developed by CooperVision Inc. and originally introduced with the Biofinity lenses in 2007.

It is comprised of the following: First, a silicone hydrogel based lens material (Comfilcon A) that supports a high level of oxygen get through the lens to your eyes. This material comes with a high oxygen transmissibility value of up to 160Dk/t. Second, a low modulus (e.g. the modulus of Biofinity and Biofinity Energys is 0.75 MPa) which makes the lens soft and comfortable. Third, a non-coated molecular structure that locks water molecules into the lens, promising to keep the lenses and eyes moist even after many days into the wearing cycle. And last not least an edge design that allows your eyelids to interact without rubbing too much on the inside.

CooperVision Lenses with Aquaform® Technology

Avaira - Parameters and Specs

Note: CooperVision has discontinued Avaira! A replacement alternative is Avaira Vitality with enhanced and new features such as...

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Biofinity - Parameters and Specs

Introduced in 2008, Biofinity from CooperVision are popular soft contact lenses with a monthly replacement schedule. They can...

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Biofinity Energys - Parameters and Specs

Newly unveiled at CES in January 2017, Biofinity Energys were designed with the digital device user in mind. ...

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Biofinity Multifocal - Parameters and Specs

Introduced in June 2011, CooperVision's Biofinity Multifocal contact lenses are based on a combination of the comfilcon material...

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Biofinity Toric - Parameters and Specs

Biofinity Toric is a silicone hydrogel based contact lens developed by CooperVision. Introduced in March 2009, it features...

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Biofinity vs. Biofinity Energys

Updated: Jan 8, 2020 Biofinity and Biofinity Energys are monthly replaceable contact lenses from CooperVision. Before we vote...

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