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Hydron Zero Six coloured contact lenses

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"Hydron Zero Six Coloured Contact Lenses--A Hint Of Tint"

Hydron Zero Six coloured contact lenses come in what Am Hydron calls Sofblue, a soft tint that does not affect your own eye colour but does make handling the contact lenses much easier.

Already having the best of conventional contact lens features, Sofblue makes handling Hydron soft tint Z6 contact lenses easy too.

The Hydron Zero Six lenses are standard contact lenses, not disposable, and are soft to wear lenses. Available one lens per vial, they are made to last for up to a year.


Power, Comfort And Good For The Long Haul

With proper cleaning, treatment, and care, these contact lenses can be worn comfortably and safely, and because they are 38% water (thus they are known in some markets as Boot 38) and have a nearly constant thickness, they are soft lenses yet durable. And the soft tint in these coloured contact lenses makes them easy to see, to insert and remove, and to handle out of the eye.

Those having difficulty finding contact lenses with sufficient power and wanting to wear coloured contact lenses will find the Z6 contact lenses very suitable. 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.

Hydron coloured contact lenses are offered by Ocular Science, now a part of Coopervision, and are available from professional offices which sell coloured contact lenses, from optical retailers, and online at sites like Coastal Contacts, 1800Contacts, and others. Though they cost a bit more up-front, conventional contact lenses like the Z6 are very economical in the long run.

With the Zero Six, American Hydron is keeping an eye on you.


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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