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Acuvue 2 contact lens box - 6 pack manufactured by Johnson+Johnson

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Acuvue 2

$18.95 per box

Quick Overview

Packaging: 1 box of 6 lenses
Replacement: Weekly disposable
Material: 42% polymer (etafilcon A), 58% water
Availability: IN STOCK - Ships Fast!
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For time-tested quality and performance, trust Acuvue 2. Very quickly after their introduction in 1999, these contact lenses became the best-selling hydrogel contact lens on the market and have held this position consistently. Acuvue 2 lenses are easy to put in and remove thanks to a light blue visibility tint and a convenient inside-out mark. Made from etafilcon A with an 88 percent oxygen transmission rate, they help your eyes breathe to promote healthy, white eyes. Acuvue 2 contact lenses block an average of 88 percent of UV-A rays and 99 percent of UV-B rays to protect your corneas from harmful radiation.

Package Contents: 6 Lenses

Replacement Schedule: 2 weeks

Material: Etafilcon A 42%, H2O 58%

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