Nature has given our eyes complex properties that became our inspiration for Biotrue multi-purpose solution. Because even though we can’t re-create nature, we can imitate it.

1853

Bausch + Lomb traces its roots back to when John Jacob Bausch and Henry Lomb formed a partnership in an optical goods shop in Rochester, New York. Although products and times have changed, Bausch + Lomb still adheres to the legacy of dedication to innovation, quality and craftsmanship.

1900's

Bausch + Lomb produced the first optical quality glass made in America, developed ground-breaking sunglasses for the military in WWI, and created the lenses used on the cameras that took the first satellite pictures of the moon.

1971

Bausch + Lomb introduced the first soft contact lens, and is still the largest global provider of eye care products.

2010

We realized the best way to care for your contacts was staring us right in the face – and it was what we know best: the human eye.

1853

Bausch + Lomb traces its roots back to when John Jacob Bausch and Henry Lomb formed a partnership in an optical goods shop in Rochester, New York. Although products and times have changed, Bausch + Lomb still adheres to the legacy of dedication to innovation, quality and craftsmanship.

1971

Bausch + Lomb introduced the first soft contact lens, and is still the largest global provider of eye care products.

1900's

Bausch + Lomb produced the first optical quality glass made in America, developed ground-breaking sunglasses for the military in WWI, and created the lenses used on the cameras that took the first satellite pictures of the moon.

2010

We realized the best way to care for your contacts was staring us right in the face – and it was what we know best: the human eye.

Biotrue goes beyond cleaning. It’s the only solution that brings together three innovations inspired by the eye:

It matches the pH of healthy tears and has the same lubricant found naturally in the eye. It helps keep certain beneficial tear proteins active, and also removes deposited proteins that can blur your vision and make wearing contact lenses uncomfortable.