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what's possible

See what's next in keeping your vision clear and your eyes comfortable—with advanced contact lens technology from Visioneering Technologies, Inc.

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Take your vision
and comfort further with
NaturalVue® Enhanced 1 Day
contact lenses

Whether you're experiencing trouble reading up close or simply want a clean, clear and more comfortable daily disposable contact lens, you're a natural fit for NaturalVue®.

Enhanced Multifocal

If you ever experience difficulty reading or seeing clearly up close, you may be experiencing presbyopia, an age-related condition that causes blurry near vision.1,2 Now you can see clearly at all distances. These innovative lenses work naturally to help focus your eyes - for clear vision near, far, and everywhere in between.

NautralVue Sphere

Sphere

Discover NaturalVue® (etafilcon A) Sphere 1 Day Contact Lenses with the TripleTear Lubrication System. Three lubricants work together to help lock in moisture, so your contacts feel clean and comfortable. You can see clearly, naturally, all day.1

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Understanding your vision needs

The eyes are two of the most important parts of the human body. Understanding how they work can help you understand how to care for them and deal with the effects that can impact your vision.

Presbyopia

Help put an end to compromised vision with NaturalVue® Multifocal contact lenses

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Myopia

Myopia generally occurs when the eyeball is too elongated relative to the focusing power of the cornea and crystalline lens of the eye.2

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Source: Videos/video links - courtesy of www.geteyesmart.org; eye health information from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Trouble Reading Up Close?

You may have presbyopia, a common condition that causes blurry near and intermediate vision.

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Source: Videos/video links - courtesy of www.geteyesmart.org; eye health information from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.