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"Tinted Contact Lenses--American Hydron Offers The Zero Six"

If you prefer tinted contact lenses, American Hydron offers Hydron Zero 6 coloured contact lenses. But the Zero Six is not for fashion--your own pretty eyes will take care of that.

These contact lenses come in what Am Hydron calls Sofblue, a mild tint that does not change or affect your own eye color but does make handling the lens much easier. And the Hydron Zero 6 has the best of conventional contact lens features, as well.

Conventional lenses like the Hydron Zero 6 are not disposable lenses. They come one lens per vial and are made to last for up to a year with proper cleaning, treatment, and care.

They've Got The Power And--Cha-ching--You've Got The Smarts

These are contact lenses Hydron intended to be comfortable and easy to use. They are 38% water (thus they are known in some markets as Boot 38), are soft lenses that are durable, and because they are lightly tinted coloured contact lenses, are easy to see, to insert and remove, and to handle out of the eye.

The Hydron Zero 6 is suitable for those who want to wear contacts but have difficulty finding contact lenses with sufficient power. They come in powers from -10.00 to +10.00 yet fit comfortably on the eye with a Base Curve of from 8.4 to 9.0. The lenses have a Diameter of 14.0.

American Hydron contact lenses are offered by Ocular Science, now a part of Coopervision, and are available from professional offices who sell coloured contact lenses, from optical retailers round the world, and online at sites like Coastal Contacts, 1800Contacts, and others. While conventional lenses cost more up-front, in the long-run you save significantly.

Comfort, durability, easy handling, and economy--with American Hydron Zero Six, better days may be in sight.

This article has been written for you by Jon Butt publisher of The Colored Contacts Guide - your friendly experts in how to choose colored contacts, where to get the biggest discounts online and which accessories you need to take care of your lenses.

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