MyDay 90 pack contacts are top-of-the-line contact lenses for high performers who don’t want to think about their contact lenses. They combine CooperVision’s Smart Silicone design and Aquaform Technology to deliver a comfortable and excellent contact-wearing experience. MyDay contact lenses have smooth, rounded edges, with an Aberration Neutralizing System that minimizes optical imperfections.
They are daily disposable contacts and require no cleaning or maintenance. MyDay 90 pack contacts are made of soft silicone hydrogel material (Stenfilcon A) that leaves your eyes feeling fresh each time you wear a new pair. They also have high oxygen permeability, allowing your eyes to breathe and keeping them white and healthy all day.
MyDay 90pk contacts have a visibility tint for easy handling and also offer protection from the sun’s UV rays. They are packaged in boxes of 90 contacts in buffered saline solution. Enjoy the best of silicone and hydrogel in a single lens. Order Coopervision MyDay 90 pack on WebEyeCare.
MyDay 90 Pack contact lenses have a daily replacement schedule. They require no cleaning or maintenance, and you must discard and replace them with a fresh pair after each use.
MyDay 90 Pack contacts offer superior comfort and high performance with the following features:
Smart Silicone is CooperVision’s unique design that shapes silicone into a network of channels that are more efficient at delivering oxygen through the lens. The efficiency of this design allows the contact lens to require less silicone to get more oxygen into the eyes.
This design leaves room for more hydrophilic material and offers a lens that combines the best of both silicone and hydrogel. Less silicone also creates a lens that is softer than other daily disposable lenses yet easy to insert and remove.
Aquaform technology keeps the eyes moist by attracting and binding water molecules throughout the lens. It creates a lens material that holds water within, keeping it wet, soft, and resistant to dehydration or protein deposits. This process leads to a naturally hydrating lens that provides lasting comfort. Aquaform technology also optimizes oxygen transmission, keeping the eyes clear, white, and healthy throughout the month.
Coopervision daily contact lenses offer Class 2 UV blocking, one of the highest levels of UV protection in a contact lens. These contacts can shield your eyes from over 75% UVA and 95% UVB rays.
MyDay 90 Pack contacts are ideal for new contact users looking for a simple, easy-to-use lens. They are also a great option for busy people and high performers who would rather not worry about cleaning or caring for their contact lenses.
CooperVision’s dailies combine visual acuity and comfort in one lens, so it may also be suited to older users who want to switch to a more comfortable lens. Their UV blocking properties also make them useful for people who spend much time on outdoor activities like beach surfing or mountain climbing.
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Daily contacts last for 12 to 16 hours of use before they are taken out and cleaned. However, daily disposable contacts are discarded and replaced with a fresh pair.
Wearing contacts every day will not damage your eyes if you wear them safely and have no underlying eye problem. However, you may need to give your eyes time to rest if you are experiencing redness, irritation, or an allergic reaction due to daily contact use.
Clairiti and MyDay contact lenses are both known for their high level of oxygen transmission. Clairiti lenses need less silicone in their design, making them softer and more comfortable than standard lenses. On the other hand, MyDay lenses are pricier, but they are made with a unique material that allows them to retain their shape and moisture better, making them a good choice for people who have dry eyes.
Napping in contacts is not a good idea, especially if they are not extended wear lenses. Sleeping in contacts deprives your eyes of the oxygen required to fight germs and keep them healthy. It can also lead to dry, irritated eyes.
If you accidentally take a nap in your contacts, you must take them off immediately after waking up. Wait a few minutes before removing, and use rewetting drops if your eyes are too dry to remove them safely. Give your eyes a few hours or a day to recuperate before wearing contacts again
Yes. You need to clean and store daily contacts before reusing them to prevent the buildup of harmful eye deposits.