Serenity™ contact lenses


If you’re short-sighted or long-sighted and want the most for your money, choose CooperVision® Serenity™ contact lenses for exceptional lens technology at a surprisingly affordable price. They’re made from an advanced silicone hydrogel material specially developed for long-lasting comfort, easy handling* and a healthy lens-wearing experience. And Serenity Vitality contact lenses have the same trusted optical design features as our premium Biofinity® contact lenses to help provide you with crisp, clear vision. They’re a smart choice for savvy contact lens wearers like you.

The features you'll love

Aberration Neutralizing System™

The Aberration Neutralizing System™ is designed to enhance vision quality by minimising an optical imperfection commonly found in eyes.1

naturally wettable contact lenses

Advanced material naturally attracts water molecules, keeping the entire surface of your lenses continuously moist throughout your day.

high breathability

High breathability allows your eyes to get 100% of the oxygen they need, which helps keep them white2 and healthy§3

UV blocking

The highest class UV blocker available in a contact lens helps protect your eyes from the transmission of 90% UVA and 99% UVB.||

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* Based on subjective ratings at insertion and after 1 month. Results of a prospective, double-masked, randomised, bilateral, crossover study comparing Serenity™ sphere contact lenses with a competitive reusable sphere lens.

Spherical aberration.

During daily wear.

§ With higher oxygen permeability than hydrogel materials, silicone hydrogel contact lenses minimise or eliminate hypoxia-related signs and symptoms during lens wear.

|| Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.


1. Kollbaum P, Bradley A. Aspheric contact lenses: fact and fiction. Contact Lens Spectrum 2005;20:34–9.

2. CVI data on file 2017. Prospective, multi-center, bilateral 2-week wearing study with Avaira Vitality. N=63.

3. Brennan NA. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Optom Vis Sci. 2005;82(6):467-472.