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What are Silicone Hydrogel (SiH) contact lenses?
SiH contact lenses are named for the materials used to make these lenses. SiH materials are the latest in a line of developments aimed at increasing the health, comfort and wearing times for contact lens wearers.
Benefits of SiH Contact Lenses
The primary benefit of SiH contact lenses is that they allow more oxygen through to the eye. This opens up many possibilities, including:
• SiH contact lenses by Boots Opticians ensure your eyes get plenty of oxygen1, allowing you to wear your lenses for as long as your day demands
• 1-day contact lenses are the healthiest way to wear contact lenses2
• Added UV blocker* for added wearer reassurance
• Incredibly soft, with built-in moisture throughout that’s designed for all-day comfort
• Longer wear times to match your busy days
• Soft yet easy to handle for a seamless wearer experience
• Boots has a complete range of SiH options to match your lens performance and your budget needs
Upgrade today to Boots SiH 1-Day Contact Lenses and get £15 cashback via PayPal4
Get rewarded for making the switch! If you are wearing any hydrogel contact lens and wish to upgrade to Boots 1-day SiH contact lenses at a higher cost per month, you can claim £15 cashback via PayPal4.
Claiming your cashback is simple:
1) Upgrade to SiH 1-day contact lenses by Boots Opticians through your Contact Lens Rewards Plan or purchase a 3-month supply in a single transaction in store.
2) Go to bootsopticianscashback.co.uk to complete your details and upload a signed and practice stamped copy of the leaflet (which will be given to you in store when you switch).
3) Receive your £15 cashback via PayPal4.
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*Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.
1. Boots Vision silicone hydrogel contact lenses ensure corneal oxygen consumption and transmits more than the recommended amount of oxygen across the whole lens surface, which helps maintain ocular health. Brennan, N.A. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Optom Vis Sci 2005.
2. Chalmers RL, et al. Multicenter case-control study of the role of lens materials and care products on the development of corneal infiltrates. Optom Vis Sci. (2012);89:316–325.
3. Chalmers RL, Hickson-Cur-ran SB, Keay L, Gleason WJ, AlbrightR. Rates of Adverse Events With Hydrogel and Silicone Hydrogel Daily Disposable Lenses in a Large Postmarket Surveillance Registry: The TEMPO Registry. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2015;56:654–663.