New contact lens for allergy, itchy and irritated eye sufferers.
We are excited to let you know that we are one of the first few practices globally to have a brand new contact lens that will not only comfortably correct your vision, but also treat your eye related allergy symptoms.
Relief is in sight. The first and only contact lens with a built-in antihistamine. Finally, clear vision and allergic itch relief in one simple step. Liberate your eyes from allergies.
Introducing 1‐DAY ACUVUE® Theravision®. Try 30 days of these revolutionary lenses for just $70!*
Visit OUR WEBSTORE to purchase today or book an appointment to learn more!
For now, this new lens is only available at Kodak Lens Broadview Eyecare and Kodak Lens Centerpoint Eyecare.
Here’s how to get the most out of the incredible new technology — the first and only medication-releasing contact lens for eye allergy sufferers.
KNOW YOUR ALLERGY TRIGGERS AND GET AHEAD OF THEM
To prevent the onset of itchy allergy eyes, it’s recommended that you begin wearing ACUVUE Theravision lenses before allergy symptoms present (or in accordance with your Optometrist’s recommendation).
THE BENEFITS OF ACUVUE THERAVISION
Wear them just like your daily disposable contact lenses. ACUVUE Theravision is safe to be worn year round, if necessary, to help prevent the onset of itchy eye symptoms prior to allergy season and exposure to allergens. Use one contact lens per eye per day.
PRODUCT HANDLING CONSIDERATIONS
- During insertion, do not use contact lens solutions. If necessary, use only the ACUVUE Theravision packaging solution.
- Store in original packaging in a cool dry location at room temperature and away from sunlight (like your regular contact lenses).
ADVERSE EVENT REPORTING
Based on our clinical trials, some wearers may experience a mild temporary stinging sensation upon lens insertion which then quickly dissipates over a couple of minutes. If you have a product quality complaint, contact Johnson & Johnson Vision Customer Relations at 1-855-345-0032 — if serious, contact your Eye Care Professional immediately.