Menicon Bloom Night™

Imagine you wouldn’t need to wear correction on waking hours

Menicon Bloom Night™

Menicon Bloom Night™ lenses help slow the progression of myopia while also correcting your vision.

You wear the lenses while you sleep and the lenses gently reshape the outer layer of your cornea. This new shape of the cornea affects how images focus on your retina and contributes to slowing the growth of your eye, thereby reducing the amount of myopia you develop. So this treatment means you will not be as near-sighted as you would be if you were not using Menicon Bloom Night™. On top of all this, it also means you can see clearly throughout the day without glasses or contact lenses!

Once your eye care professional fits the lenses, you will wear them every night for six months. Don’t worry, the Menicon Bloom™ app will send you a reminder to replace them!


Menicon Bloom Night

Benefits of Menicon Bloom Night™ lenses

Safe1-4 and effective5-7 application of myopia control.

Clear vision during the day with no correction8.

Improved eye-related quality of life9.
Easily integrated into daily routines: lenses will always be handed on a safe, peaceful environment: at home. Put them at night, just before going to bed, and remove them just after you wake up.

Lens Care

It is as important to wear the lenses every night as to keep them in good condition. Menicon Bloom™ system includes the lens care solutions to ensure you have everything in place for good lens maintenance:

Menicon Bloom Care™

Menicon Bloom Care™ is the multipurpose solution for your Menicon Bloom Night™ lenses. It is used daily and it has a demonstrated wide spectrum of disinfection ability against pathogenic microorganisms.10-12

Furthermore, the solution comes in a unique bottle shape and material that will allow kids to hold and squeeze it easily. Even more, it is manufactured with significantly less plastic consistent with Menicon’s commitment towards sustainable development goals.

Menicon Bloom Progent™

Additionally, you will regularly use Menicon Bloom Progent™ to ensure safe and comfortable lens wear.

It is our outstanding protein remover, disinfectant and intensive cleaner13. It is very easy to use, with a color code and an unidose format.

Menicon Bloom Night™, Menicon Bloom Care™ and Menicon Bloom Progent™ are part of Menicon BloomTM Myopia Control Management System. For more information, please contact your eye care professional.



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