Need multifocal vision correction 

At a glance
  • Stay 96% hydrated throughout the day, even after 12 hours of wear
  • Provide clear vision at all distances
  • May help address eye dryness when wearing contact lenses

Between the ages of 40 - 45, our eyes lose the ability to focus on objects up close.  It’s called “presbyopia” and a part of the natural aging process. But that doesn’t mean you have to settle for wearing your grandmother’s bifocal eyeglasses.

Enjoy the comfort and freedom Proclear® multifocal contacts offer. 

With these soft, flexible contact lenses, you’ll have clear vision at all distances—whether you're texting on your phone, working on your computer, or looking for the right street sign that’s around here…somewhere. And, you won’t need any eyeglass readers when it’s time to order at your favourite romantic restaurant.

These multifocal contact lenses stay comfortably hydrated throughout the day—even after 12 hours of wear. Ask your eye doctor about Proclear multifocal contact lenses (pronounced “Pro-kleer mul-tee-fo-cal”).

PC Technology

Dryness is a common complaint of lens wearers, especially presbyopic patients whose eyes often become drier with age.

Product details
Corrects

Presbyopia (a condition where after the age of 40, the eye exhibits a progressively diminished ability to focus on near objects and fine print, especially in low-light situations.)

If you have presbyopia, these contact lenses may be right for you. Ask your eye doctor.

Replacement schedule

Monthly

You'll only need to change these soft, disposable contacts once a month.

UV Protection

No

These lenses do not provide UV protection. If you would like this feature in your contacts.

Wettability

These contacts feature our PC Technology™, which helps keep them moist.        

Our Proclear® contacts contain PC Technology™, which is naturally biocompatible. The lenses bind tightly with water, keeping your disposable contact lenses hydrated even after 12 hours of wear.

Lenses per box

6

Includes 6 lenses per box.

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