Patent published on July 27, 2023

PS Therapy introduces innovative contact lens solution for enhanced comfort and wear time

We all know that contact lenses can be uncomfortable and are often quite hard to keep clean. But what if you could wear them longer without any irritation or deposits? A new invention from PS Therapy might be the solution we need.

The company recently filed a patent for a contact lens storage, cleaning, and treatment composition that is made from non-ionic surfactants. This patent is US20230235247A1 and, if accepted, could revolutionize the way we use contact lenses.

The PS Therapy patent invention aims to reduce contact lens deposits, enhance comfort, and increase the wear time of contact lenses. It does this by providing a solution that can be used to both clean and rinse lenses without the need to remove them from the eye.

The patent also proposes the use of multipurpose solutions that can be used to both clean and rinse lenses. Multipurpose solutions are often gentler on the eye than traditional cleaning methods, so they are more comfortable for the user. However, these solutions are often not as effective at cleaning lenses.

What sets PS Therapy's patent apart from others is that it provides a solution that is both effective at cleaning and comfortable for the user. This means that users can wear their lenses longer and enjoy enhanced comfort, without having to worry about deposits or irritation.

The company has not yet released any information about when the invention might become available. But if it does, it could be a game-changer for contact lens users. Not only would it make wearing lenses more comfortable, but it could also reduce the amount of time spent cleaning them.

The fact that this is a patent means there is no guarantee that the invention will become available. But if it does, it could be a revolutionary way to use contact lenses. It could mean increased comfort and wear time, without the need for frequent cleaning and deposits.

At this stage, we can only speculate about the potential of PS Therapy's patent invention. But if the company is successful in its patent application, it could have a major impact on the contact lens industry. We'll be sure to keep a close eye on the progress of this invention and report any updates as soon as they become available.

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