MyDay contact lenses use a unique technology to create a lens that fits effortlessly into the wearer's life. What makes them different? When silicone was first introduced to hydrogel lenses, it increased their ability to transmit oxygen which is important for corneal health.
Unfortunately, this can also make the lens stiff, less wettable and less comfortable. This trade-off - having to give up one for the other - has been a key obstacle to real growth in the daily disposable silicone hydrogel contact lens segment.
Using Smart Silicone as part of the Aquaform comfort science, Smart Silicone creates a unique network of silicone channels, that transmit oxygen more efficiently.
As a result, MyDay contact lenses need less silicone creating a more hydrophilic material for longer lasting wettability along with a soft and flexible lens without sacrificing patient handling.
MyDay daily disposable
|Price Comparison|| |
|Manufacturer|| CooperVision, Inc. |
The Cooper Companies Inc.
|Release Date||June 2015|
|Wearing Details||Daily wear|
|Sphere Powers|| -6.00D to +5.00D in 0.25 steps |
-6.50D to -10.00D in 0.50 steps
+5.00D to +6.00D in 0.50 steps
|Base Curves||8.4 mm|
|Lens Material|| Silicone hydrogel |
|% of Material||46%|
|% of Water||54%|
|Center Thickness||0.08 mm|
|Oxygen Transmission||100 Dk/t|
|UV Blocking|| Class 2 |
|Dynamic Light Absorption||No|
|Visibility Tint|| Yes |
|Packaging, Pricing and Offers|
|Packaging Details|| 30 lenses per box, or |
90 lenses per box
|Price Range|| $63 - $79 (90 lenses) |
$119 - $149 (180 lenses)
|Cost per Day|| $0.70 - $0.88 (90 lenses) |
$0.66 - $0.83 (180 lenses)
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