Clariti 1 Day
€30.00 €23.99
€22.99 €14.99
Biofinity Toric
€37.50 €19.99
Proclear 1 Day
€16.00 €15.99
Clariti 1 Day Toric
Biomedics 1 Day Extra
€19.99 €15.99
Biofinity Multifocal
€38.99 €28.99
€26.00 €25.99
€18.99 €11.99
MyDay Toric
€33.00 €30.99
Clariti 1 Day Multifocal

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Researchers from CooperVision collaborated with Linköping and Ottawa Universities and more for a study exploring the partial success of using artificial cornea transplants to treat poor vision.

Who are CooperVision? A history

1958: CooperVision’s parent company, The Cooper Companies, Inc. started as the Martin H Smith Co.

1980-1983: CooperVision becomes incorporated, begins to sell Permalens extended-wear soft contact lens and goes public.

1994: Introduction of Preference Toric, a frequent replacement lens which was their first foray into the toric lens market.

1997: The acquisition of the Natural Touch line of cosmetic soft contact lenses results in CooperVision beginning to produce coloured contact lenses.

1998: CooperVision launches Frequency 55 Sphere

2004: CooperVision acquires soft contact lens manufacturer Ocular Sciences Inc., to become the third-largest manufacturer of soft contact lenses in the world.

2007: CooperVision launches Proclear 1-Day lenses and Biofinity silicone hydrogel monthly lenses

2009: Biofinity Toric are released, the first silicone hydrogel toric lens from CooperVision

2010: Launch of Biofinity Multifocal to correct vision affected by presbyopia

2013: CooperVision introduces MyDay and Biofinity XR

2014: CooperVision acquires Sauflon, the UK-based manufacturer of Clariti daily disposable contact lenses

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