High-performing 1-day contact lenses for demanding lifestyles.
You demand more from your contact lenses: Beyond clear, crisp vision, you insist on extraordinary comfort to help you stay on top of your high intensity lifestyle. MyDay® daily disposable contact lenses from CooperVision are our softest silicone hydrogel lenses ever.¹
They are also the world’s first 1-day contact lenses made with CooperVision® Aquaform® Technology to help keep your eyes looking clear and white and feeling comfortable all day long. With MyDay daily disposable, you’re ready to take on your day.
Plus, for every MyDay contact lens sold in the US, Cooper Vision partners with Plastic Bank® to collect and convert an equal amount of ocean-bound plastic through their global network.⁵ Collectors in coastal communities receive a premium for the materials they collect, which helps provide them with basic family necessities, such as groceries, cooking fuel, school tuition, and health insurance. So, with MyDay contact lenses, you’ll enjoy great vision quality³ and a comfortable lens-wearing experience, all while making a difference in our environment. Learn more.
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¹Compared among CooperVision® 1 day silicone hydrogel contact lenses. Data on file.
³During daily wear.
⁴Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.
⁵Amount is defined as weight. Net plastic neutrality is established by purchasing credits from Plastic Bank. A credit represents the collection and conversion of one kilogram of plastic that may reach or be destined for waterways. CooperVision purchases credits equal to the weight of plastic in MyDay® daily disposable orders in a specified time period. MyDay® daily disposable plastic is determined by the weight of plastic in the blister, the lens, and the secondary package, including laminates, adhesives, and auxiliary inputs (e.g. ink).
⁶Brennan NA. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Optom Vis Sci 2005. 2005;82(6):467-472.
*Kollbaum P and Bradley A. Aspheric contact lenses: fact and fiction. Contact Lens Spectrum 2005;20:34–9.