These lenses are the same as Biomedics 38. 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
1 How long can I wear Ultraflex 7/14 38 contact lenses?
Ultraflex 7/12 38 contact lenses are 1 - 2 week contact lenses, so you can wear them for up to 14 days without having to discard them for a new pair. Exactly how long the lenses last will depend on your personal schedule of use. If you are wearing them during the day and removing and cleaning them before you go to bed, the lenses will most likely last for the full two weeks. If you are using your Ultraflex 7/14 38 lenses in an extended (overnight) use schedule, you will need to replace them after one week.
2 Can I sleep while wearing Ultraflex 7/14 38 contacts?
Ultraflex 7/14 38 contacts are FDA approved for extended (overnight) use, so if your eye doctor has agreed to an extended use program, you may wear them while you sleep. However, you should be aware that sleeping in your contacts can put you at higher risk of infection or eye injury. If you sleep in your Ultraflex 7/14 38 contacts, it is extremely important that you have regular eye check ups with your eye care professional, and report any irritation or vision changes.
3 Are Ultraflex 7/14 38 contact lenses disposable?
Yes, Ultraflex 7/14/38 contact lenses are disposable lenses, intended for 1 - 2 weeks’ wear before replacement. Disposable lenses are the most popular form of contact lenses on the market. They are convenient, hygienic, and very safe to use. If you happen to lose one of your Ultraflex 7/14 38 contacts, replacing it is easy and inexpensive.