NEW MYDAY® daily disposable
multifocal contact lenses.
High-performance contact lenses designed
for clear vision at all distances.1



If you’re noticing that close-up objects like your smart phone screen are appearing blurry, then you may be developing presbyopia. This is an entirely natural process that affects most people’s vision as they enter their 40s. Many people reach for reading glasses when this happens but there are other options.

Your quick guide to presbyopia:






New MyDay® daily disposable multifocal contact lenses. Clear vision at all distances – near, far and in-between.1

MyDay® multifocal contact lenses have a unique vision technology – The CooperVision® Binocular Progressive System – which is designed to help new presbyopic wearers adapt to multifocal wear and enjoy clear vision even as their presbyopia advances.1

Your quick guide to multifocal contact lenses:



Enjoy all-day comfort with MyDay® daily disposable multifocal contact lenses.

All eyes need oxygen, which is why MyDay® daily disposable multifocal contact lenses are highly breathable,2 and thanks to Aquaform® Technology, they also provide incredible all-day comfort. In fact, you may even forget you’re wearing contact lenses at all.

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Ask your Eye Care Professional about presbyopia and the solutions available to you.

If you think you’ve started experiencing the symptons of presbyopia or have already been diagnosed, ask your optician about the condition and the options available to you including MyDay® daily disposable multifocal contact lenses. Or click the button below to find an optician near you.

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1. CVI data on file, 2020. Prospective, double-masked, bilateral, one-week dispensing study with MyDay® daily disposable multifocal; n=104 habitual multifocal contact lens wearers.
2. Brennan, NA. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Optom Vis Sci. 2005;82(6):467-472.