Miru 見る

Miru means ‘to see’ in Japanese. And today, Miru is my tiny pair of ‘glasses’ which provided me with clear vision from day to day. Yes, my dreams from reality is just one thin lens away.
The 1-day menicon flat pack by Miru is a revolutionary contact lens which shows you how easy and convenient it is to put on contact lenses.
Because of its super thin 1mm packaging, Miru lens packs can be slot into your wallets and pouches without that bulge which most contact lens packaging would have.
It is as slim as a credit card. It is light as a piece of paper.
And when you peel the foil apart,  you will have the lens with the outer surface facing up. This makes it so much easier for contact lens wearer to retrieve the lenses without having to figure out if the outer surface of the lens is facing inwards or outwards. Also, it prevents contamination on the inner surface of the lens.
Use your thumb and index finger to gently pinch the lenses up and there you have it. A clean and clear hioxifilcon A (HEMA-GMA) lenses sitting right at the tip of your index finger, ready to be stuck close to your eyes to provide you with clear vision.
These hioxifilcon lenses provides the wearer with all-day hydration and comfort which is why I still find Miru Daily lenses the best so far when it comes to comfort and hydration.
It’s unique Centraform edge design also helps to reduce friction between the eyelids and the edge of the lens when you blink. Have you encountered those times where you blink your eyes and the lens started to shift? With reduce friction, lens would have a better grip on the eyeballs and you will enjoy better comfort all day long.
Have you tried Miru? If you haven’t, fret not. Like Miru Singapore on Facebook to get $8 off with every purchase of 2 boxes of 1-day Miru lenses.
Stand a chance to win 6 months supply of Miru daily lenses when you spot Mr Miru at these locations!
How to participate:
1. LIKE Miru Singapore on Facebook.
2. Snap a photo with Mr Miru Mascot and caption it with a short message.
3. Submit the photos on Miru Singapore facebook wall.
Mr Miru can be found near the following SMRT stations from 13 – 28 Nov 2015  between 12 noon to 2pm.
Raffles Place – 13 Nov (Fri)
Bugis – 14 Nov (Sat)
Tampines – 20 Nov (Fri)
Jurong East – 21 Nov (Sat)
Orchard – 27 Nov (Fri)
Toa Payoh – 28 Nov (Sat)
For more information, visit this link.

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