Prosite 38 lenses are store brand lenses sold at For Eyes stores. These lenses are sold under multiple brand names in a variety of stores - but the lenses are all identical. Your order will be filled with Biomedics 38.
One of the most popular lenses, Biomedics 38 are also known by the as Ultraflex 38 and many other different brand names, but they all offer the same comfort and flexibility. Manufactured in the United States, these lenses are visibly tinted for ease of use but will not change the color of your eyes. Each box of Biomedics 38 contacts contains six lenses in buffered saline.
Material and % of content: 62% polymer (polymacon), 38% water
· Are Prosite 38 contacts disposable?
o Yes, the Prosite 38 contacts are designed as 1-2 week disposable contact lenses. It is recommended that you dispose of these contacts after two full weeks of 14 days of use to ensure maximum comfort and visual performance.
· Can I sleep wearing Prosite 38 contact lenses?
o No, it is not recommended to sleep while wearing your Prosite 38 contacts. These lenses are not designed for overnight/extended use and should be removed and rinsed before going to sleep. Refusing to remove your contacts can result in dryness of the eyes or potential infection.
· How long should I wait before replacing my Prosite 38 contacts?
o The Prosite 38 contact lenses are 1-2 week disposable contacts and should be replaced after two full weeks of use. Depending on your wear schedule, i.e. how often you wear your contacts, the average person replaces these contacts between 12-14 days. If you have further questions in regards to your replacement schedule please consult your optician.
· How often should I clean my Prosite 38 contact lenses?
o It is recommended that you clean your Prosite 38 contact lenses on a daily basis, specifically before going to bed to ensure maximum comfort and visual performance. Refusing to remove and clean your contacts can result in dryness of the eyes from protein build-up and potential infection.