When considering a contact lens solution there are a number of factors to consider. Will it help keep your eyes healthy? Does it provide a comfortable contact wearing experience? Is it convenient and easy to use? Luckily there is a new bio-inspired multi-purpose contact lens solution, Biotrue™ Multi-Purpose Solution (MPS), which is designed and developed to meet all of these requirements.

Taking inspiration from the eye itself, Biotrue™ MPS matches the pH of healthy tears to increase comfort, it utilizes Hyaluronan (HA) to keep the lenses moist for up to 20 hours, and it maintains the natural state of certain beneficial tear proteins.1 In addition to having bio-inspired attributes, Biotrue™ provides excellent disinfection, so you can be at ease knowing your eyes are protected.

While all commercially available contact lens care systems meet Health Canada and FDA requirement, Biotrue™ exceeds the standards for all compulsory testing requirements. In clinical studies, Biotrue™ demonstrated an excellent safety profile and received high ratings from patients. In fact, in a self-administered online survey of 201 patients between 18–54 years of age who wore prescription soft contact lenses at least a few times per week and had tried Biotrue™ MPS, showed that 97% of patients were satisfied with Biotrue™ and many either have made or are likely to make it the solution they use most often.2

The uniqueness of its formulation, combined with its efficacy, has patients and practitioners alike reconsidering their current lens care system. Experience the comfort you want and the disinfection efficacy you need with Biotrue™.

Find out more at biotruesolution.ca

  1. Burke SE, Scheuer CA, Doty KC, Fridman KM, Liranso T. Retention and release of the wetting agent combination found in a novel multi-purpose solution from hydrogel and silicone hydrogel contact lenses. Optom Vis Sci. 2011;88:E-abstract 115701.
  2. Rah MJ, Lewis N. Positive attitudes towards a novel MPS leads to positive perceptions of the recommending eye care practitioner. Optometry. 2011;82(6):354-355.