*** Dk/t=175 @ -3.00D. Compared to any monthly reusable lens.
† Most breathable daily disposable lens dk/t=156 @ -3.00D. Compared to any branded daily disposable lens
†† AIR OPTIX® NIGHT & DAY® AQUA lenses are approved for daily wear and for up to 30 nights continuous wear. Not everyone can wear lenses for a full 30 nights. Please consult your optician.
§ On average. Based on a subset of patients from a larger clinical trial that used AIR OPTIX AQUA contact lenses and OPTI-FREE pureMoist in combination. Results at Day 30.
§§ On average compared to habitual lens care. Based on a subset of patients from a larger clinical trial that used AIR OPTIX AQUA contact lenses and AOSEPT PLUS with HydraGlyde in combination. Results at Day 30.
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