What is a Night Lens?
Night lenses are contact lenses that you wear while sleeping. They are specialy designed to harmlessly, and naturally, re-shape the outer cell layer of your eye. Your eye naturally renews these cells every night into the lens to mould it into the correct shape. When you wake, you can enjoy the benefits of perfect vision* all day, without needing glasses or daytime contact lenses.
*Reverses after 24 hours. Repeat nightly.
How do Night Lenses Work?
The process is called Orthokeratology, so medically these are known as ‘Ortho-K’ lenses. Myopia (short sight) makes the eye more like an oval rugby ball, not a round ball. So the light focuses in the wrong place, causing blur. Every night your cornea (outer layer of your eyeball) naturally sheds it’s outer layer of cells. While you sleep the new cells form into the mould of your custom fit night lens, creating a ‘round’ eye that focuses perfectly. Remove the lenses in the morning to clear sight. No need for glasses, daytime lenses or laser eye surgery. The process is harmless and reverses every night – simply repeat every night as part of your routine just as you would with daytime lenses.
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“You just put them in when you sleep and you wake up and you can see. It’s pretty nice.”
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